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The best bed and breakfast of our Scottish trip. Lovely view, large bedroom and bathroom - it is as described, luxury. Every option you could want for breakfast and all quality ingredients. Made extra special by lovely hosts Sally-Ann and Rob. Would book again without...More
My wife and I spent two nights here, whilst driving the NC500. We had a lovely warm welcome, and after being shown to our room tea and homemade cake was provided, as it was when we got back on the second day. Ou room was...More
Stayed for 2 nights while doing the NC500. Sally-Ann and Rob made us very welcome and assisted with restaurant booking at a local eatery. The rooms were perfect, could not have asked for more, as were our hosts. Quite location with views to coastline and...More
Stayed at Mey House whilst doing the NC500 route. This B and B is excellently positioned, a fifteen minute walk from the Castle of Mey and Mey village, where you can get an evening meal at the Mey Castle Arms, five minute drive to Gills...More
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Response from Mey_House, Owner at Mey House - Luxury Rooms & BreakfastResponded 3 weeks ago
We are so pleased you both enjoyed your time as our guests and that you also made so much of your time here in the far north! The photographs displayed around the house are just a small sample of the many I have...More
We had a wonderful two nights at this truly excellent B&B. Sally-Ann and Rob are incredibly helpful and friendly and we felt instantly at home. Our room was large and luxurious with views over to The Castle at Mey, and out to sheep farming and...More
Response from Mey_House, Owner at Mey House - Luxury Rooms & BreakfastResponded 17 May 2018
Hello Therese and thank you for taking the trouble to review Mey House.
It was our pleasure to host you both at Mey House and we are pleased that our suggested itinerary for your journey south from us was a success! We wish you all...More
Response from Mey_House | Property representative |
Hello and thank you for your enquiry.
I am afraid we only accept guide or assistance dogs at Mey House, not because we don't like dogs ourselves but because so many folk these days seem to have allergies or aversions to... More
Hello and thank you for your enquiry.
I am afraid we only accept guide or assistance dogs at Mey House, not because we don't like dogs ourselves but because so many folk these days seem to have allergies or aversions to pet hair.
We are sorry to have to disappoint you on this occasion. If it is of any help, we know that the Castle Arms Hotel and also The Hawthorns, both in the village of Mey do accept dogs.
All our best,
Robert & Sally-Ann
Response from JimandJacky | Reviewed this property |
If you have time we recommend driving to Pitlochrie, less than 2 hrs North of Edinburgh. We stayed at Riverwood B&B at Strathtay. We didn't stay in Inverness, but opted for Carndaisy House at Muir of Ord. You can then choose... More
If you have time we recommend driving to Pitlochrie, less than 2 hrs North of Edinburgh. We stayed at Riverwood B&B at Strathtay. We didn't stay in Inverness, but opted for Carndaisy House at Muir of Ord. You can then choose to travel North via the East or West route. We loved the North West for its rugged scenery, narrow roads with passing places and very few people.
Mull was a great spot too with the Staffa trip to Fingals Cave a particular highlight. To appreciate the Scottish countryside, hiring a car is the best option. If you are planning for a week, make it a least 10 days.
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"Only 2 rooms on the property. Both rooms are identical."