It would be challenging to stay here if you don't have a car as it didn't appear to be near any kind of public transport.
We didn't mind driving about 15-20 minutes to a nearby village for dinner, but do factor that in if selecting this B&B.
As a party of four adults, we were fortunate to stay in the two rooms of this charming B&B run by the lovely Madeline, a local from the area yet had worked for Hilton in the USA for about 18 years. Clearly her expertise from the hotel business translates to a well-run and comfortable stay in her B&B in the lovely Scottish countryside. It is a perfect place for a party of four to rent the two rooms as we did.
Check-in is between 5-7pm and payment is in cash. Plenty of parking in the front of the home and the two B&B rooms are on the ground floor for easy access with luggage or for those with more limited mobility with the breakfast room just across the hall from the guest rooms.
As the B&B is in a modern, purpose-built home, there is plenty of room in the guest rooms with a comfortable, king-sized bed and lovely linens. All the furniture matched the linens with a lovely Scottish tartan pattern. The bathroom had a walk-in shower, heated floors as well as a towel warmer. We appreciated the other thoughtful touches in the room such as nightstands that matched the linens, comfortable chairs, kettle and tea, cotton buds, an alarm clock with an iPod dock, built-in closets with a full length mirror, etc. Not to mention, we "city folk" enjoyed the views of sheep grazing in a field across the way from the B&B yet we still had free wifi (albeit a bit slow) to connect to the outside world and the TV had a range of cable channels as well.
Breakfast was made-to-order for us. We had a hot breakfast but were able to have cereals, toast, juices, coffee/tea, etc. Just delightful!
We were sad to leave so I would recommend staying for more than one night if possible.