Hotel, Guest House & Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Biggar
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Biggar Hotel & Guest Accommodation

Hotels, B&B's, Guesthouses in Biggar

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A significant attraction here is the Gladstone Court Museum which has recreated a shop-lined Victorian street, but Biggar also boasts a Covenanters' Museum, a Glassworks Museum and a remarkable Puppet Museum featuring marionettes from across the globe. A royal burgh since 1451, the town has one of the widest main streets in Scotland. Each year it witnesses a Hogmanay bonfire as well as the crowning of the Fleming Queen, in memory of Mary Fleming of nearby Boghall Castle who was a lady-in-waiting to Mary, Queen of Scots.

The famous Scottish poet Hugh McDiarmid lived here and a local heritage centre celebrates his life. Nearby are the glorious Pentland Hills.

Here we try to offer a wide selection from budget to luxury hotels, guest houses, bed and breakfast, B&B accommodation suitable for holidays, vacations or business travellers in Biggar or surrounding areas.

Hotels Guest Houses Bed and Breakfast in and around Biggar...

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Skirling, by Biggar, Lanarkshire, Scotland, ML12 6HDFrom £60.00 per person, per night
3 Double, 2 Twin - All En-Suite
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In Skirling House, you sense the extraordinary. Guests enjoy the high levels of comfort, the spacious drawing room and the library, with their comfortable sofas, armchairs, books, antiques and log fires. Each bedroom is decorated and furnished to the highest standards. Rooms enjoy luxury touches as well the basics. Our style of cooking can be described as modern Scottish, with a dash of French. Outside, the tennis court, the garden and woods stretch towards the rolling fields of the Borders countryside. Dogs allowed by prior arrangement. Visit Scotland 5 Star Gold award.
Tel: 01899 860 274    Fax: 01899 860 255
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