Staying at the very best B&B’s during your time in Scotland can transform a “good” hiking tour into a “great” hiking tour.
That’s why we have personally checked each B&B you will stay at.
As keen hikers ourselves we know you’ll want somewhere relaxing to put your feet up in the evening.
A place where a warm smile from your hosts makes you feel welcome as soon as you step through the door.
If your hiking gear gets wet, it’s nice to know that it will be taken from you and returned nice and dry the next morning.
Comfy beds, en-suite bathrooms, an interesting breakfast menu – these are all things that we like so you can rest assured that we’ll do our best to find them for you as well.
If you’d like to stay an extra night at any location during your hiking tour, just let us know.
* Due to limited accommodation options along the Rob Roy Way, we may need to book you into a location for more than one night, with transfers to/from the trail. These transfers are usually carried out by the B&B owner or a local taxi company, and the cost is covered in your tour price. This will not affect your trail itinerary.
In general, we try to book accommodation which is as close to the local amenities as possible. If you are staying in a remote location (where access to local pubs/restaurants is not feasible), the owner of the B&B that you are staying at will ensure that you are well fed.