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Our guest accommodation is open to anyone who would like the unique experience of staying at Britain’s smallest cathedral and is offered on a B&B basis. There are two main buildings as well as the Cathedral set in eight acres of grounds including lawns and woodland. We have sixteen bedrooms, a mixture of single, double and twin; some of which are en-suite. We also have 2 family rooms and are delighted to welcome families with children.
We are classified by Visit Scotland as a 3-star Guest House and were awarded 8.7/10 by visitors who booked through booking.com last year. We are part of the Green Tourism scheme, having been granted a Silver award, and use Fair Trade and Scottish products where we can.
THE GUEST HOUSE IS OPEN FROM 1 MARCH TO 1 DECEMBER
A tasty Scottish Breakfast
Breakfast at the Cathedral is served in our refectory at 9am each morning (following Morning Prayer in the Cathedral for those who wish to attend that). It is cooked to order and served buffet style; it includes:
- A selection of cereals
- Fruit, yoghurt and fruit juice
- Cooked Scottish Breakfast (Bacon, Sausage, Egg, Tomato, Mushrooms, Black Pudding & Potato Scone)
- Fairly Traded Tea/Coffee
- Tricia’s fine preserves, made in Largs
Where we can, we source our ingredients as locally as possible.
Prices are per room per night
Cost in brackets is single occupancy rate
Rooms with En-suite facilities
Double/Twin – £90 (£63)
Family Room (Double & 2 singles) – £120 (£84)
Suite with private lounge (includes 2 sofa beds) – £110 (£77)
Rooms with shared bathroom facilities:
All rooms have an en suite washbasin
Single – £45
Double/Twin – £80 (£56)
Family Room (Double + Single) – £95 (£66.50)
Some rooms can accommodate a folding bed, suitable for a child or young person.
There is a charge of £15 per night for each folding bed used.
You can check availability or book online here.
If you’d like to know what other people have thought of their visits then check our entries on booking.com and Visit Scotland. Click on the logos below.
You can also learn more about Green Tourism by clicking their logo.
The Isle of Cumbrae