Bed & Breakfast
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Welcome to Bank House in the Highlands of Scotland. Bank House is a small bed & breakfast in a rural location within the Glenlivet Estate, an excellent area for many outdoor activities all year round including hillwalking, hiking, cycling, skiing, fishing, watching wildlife, touring or just relaxing and enjoying the tranquility. We are on the Whisky Trail, close to the Speyside Way and there are many castles in the proximity. Both the Moray coast, famous for its seals and dolphins and Loch Ness are well within reach.
Bank House boasts a good sized garden with a number of seating areas and ample parking facilities. From the garden there are splendid views to the surrounding environment - the Cromdale hills, Ben Rinnes and important for whisky lovers - probably the best view to what is probably the best known distillery in the world...
Your Anglo-Dutch hosts Helen & Ruud aim to
provide you with an enjoyable stay in a relaxing atmosphere in our warm
and comfortable accommodation. Well behaved children and pets are
welcome. Tea and coffee facilities and television (Sky freesat) in the
bedrooms as well as internet access (and wifi) are available.
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"Our walkers love staying at Bank House B&B in Glenlivet. We know this because our walkers tell us all about it. From the moment they step through the door, they receive a warm welcome and are made to feel right at home. Scotland’s reputation for hospitality is built on people such as Helen & Ruud and it is our pleasure to work with such fine B&B owners.” James Byrne, Owner, Hillwalk Scotland Walking Holidays
Bank House Bed & Breakfast
Helen & Ruud Wester
Glenlivet, Moray, AB37 9EJ
+44 (0) 1807 590321
website © by R Wester, Glenlivet - background image by D Walters, Byfleet