Moorlands B&B is fine example of the splendid architecture in and around Helensburgh. The House was built in 1873, by Lord and Lady Hamilton of (Blue Circle Cement) the Mitchell family moved in, with their four boys in 1995, they have spared no expense in restoring this wonderful house and gardens back to its former glory.The conservatory is now one of the only original conservatories, left in the town. Staying at this beautiful property is not just a bed for the night; it truly is a special experience. The rooms have been interior designed, to reflect the true character of the building, they are stylish, immaculate, and many a guests comment on how comfortable the beds are. A warm friendly welcome awaits all visitors, the guests have use of the games room and garden. Moorlands is ideally situated for travellers using the train, and walking the John Muir way. The room rates are fixed for the year, there is no price increase for high season’s.
Having only chosen a few bed and breakfasts in Helensburgh, we feel that Moorlands has truly earned its place in this book.
113 Sinclair Street
Helensburgh, Loch Lomond, The Trossachs , G84 9QF
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