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Craigatin House & Courtyard
165 Atholl Road

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Craigatin House and Courtyard built in the 1820s is today a lovingly restored Highland boutique bed & breakfast. Tucked away in secluded wooded grounds, with a choice of cosy rooms, deluxe rooms and a luxury suite. All rooms come with HD LCD TVs, DVD/CD players, some with i-pod docking stations, all rooms are ensuite with sparkling shower rooms. The individually designed deluxe rooms offer 6ft wide beds and fabulous fabrics and furnishings The conservatory and breakfast room are both south facing and for warmer days there is a sun terrace and courtyard. For special occasions the suite has all of the above with the addition of a private sitting room. Craigatin House is a short and level walk into the village centre where you'll find all the local bars restaurants and attractions.

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Ratings/Awards: STB 4 Star Guest House
Number of Rooms: 13
Number Ensuite: 13

Price per Person

Double: From 32.50
Twin: From 32.50
Single: From 55 per room
Suite: From 50
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Credit Cards Accepted
Disabled Access
Children Welcome - Over 12 years
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - Throughout house
Open All Year - Closed at Christmas
Tourist Board Inspected
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