In this month, Prince Charles, the Duke of Rothesay publicly opened the Granary Lodge in Scotland, a ten bedroom bed and breakfast within the areas of the Queen Mothers earlier house in Caithness, Scotland.
Placed on the grounds of Castle of Mey along the northern coast of Scotland in Caithness, the luxury bed and breast is house to ten rooms and 2 suites. A stay contains a homemade breakfast and encouragement to end your day with a “wee dram from the bar” while watching the sundown from the drawing room.
Outside the lodge, Caithness is famous for its coastal views and dramatic cliffs, and the area is home to castles and distilleries that attract visitors.
The place is best, given that there is so much to view and do in the Scottish Highlands. The bed and breakfast is near to distilleries, seal spotting, bird watching, lots of natural attractions like the Puffin watching, and Achavanich Standing stones.
According to CNBC, the place of the bed and breakfast within the castle of Mey has royal significance. The castle served as a retreat for Queen Elizabeth, between 1952 and 1997. Like any other bed and breakfast, you can guess the cozy feel of family home.
“We are happy that the Prince dreams for the Granary Lodge has been understand clearly and expect the progress means more people will visit the North Highlands of Scotland to experience its special offering to visitors,” Robert Lovie, the director of outreach for the Price Foundation, said.
“Our team has done a wealth of hard work in recent months and is happy with the outcome, which we hope will attract people to spend longer in charming Caithness an area so near to the heart of His Royal Highness.”