B&B on the Isle of Bute

St.Ebba B&B, Rothesay, Isle of Bute

St.Ebba B&B    Rothesay    Isle of Bute

The St.Ebba is a grand Victorian villa with many original features and panoramic views across Rothesay Bay. It sits on Mount Stuart Road and to find us you take a left turn from the ferry towards Kilchattan bay. If you are on foot it is a pleasant 15minute walk. There is a taxi rank at the pier and local bus services..Visitors have been arriving at Rothesay pier on the Isle of Bute for many hundreds of years to enjoy the simple relaxing environment.

The Ardyne, Rothesay, Isle of Bute

The Ardyne    Rothesay    Isle of Bute

The Ardyne is situated in a prominent position on the seafront in Rothesay on the beautiful Isle of Bute. Five minutes by car from the main ferry or a leisurely stroll for those leaving their cars at home..Our comfortable guest house is an elegant listed Victorian Villa designed by John Orkney in 1875 and its importance is recognised by Historic Scotland.

Commodore Guest House, Rothesay

Commodore Guest House    Rothesay

Welcome to The.Commodore a 3 star Graded Guest House run by your hosts Harry & Hazel Greene we are ideally situated for a long midweek or weekend break or even a longer stay The Commodore is 3 - 4 minutes walk from the main pier and Rothesay s Town centre with all its amenities we have panoramic views over Rothesay Bay and the rolling hills of the Cowal peninsula.

Glendale Guest House, Rothesay

Glendale Guest House    Rothesay

Glendale is a unique Victorian House built in 1830 with spectacular views over Rothesay Bay.We are a 5 minutes walk from the pier and town centre.The residents lounge is situated on the first flour and has panoramic views of the Bay and surrounding hills so why not sit back with a glass of wine and watch the world go by

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