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Traquair House / Castle is a magical location for a special stay (big birthday surprise) in Southern Scotland, with masses of historical interest, in the longest inhabited house in Scotland, and beautiful rooms and lovely breakfasts with lots of choices. Susan, the housekeeper, couldn't have...More
I stayed at Traquair for 3 nights including Hogmanay and it was such an amazing experience. From the moment of arrival, Susan went above and beyond to my every need and request - her hospitality and knowledge of the local area was very helpful and...More
We loved our visit to Traquair. The house is filled with history and is proudly maintained by today's managers. A visit through the house to enjoy the many family items on display is essential, as is a visit to the brewery. There are a number...More
We stayed in the Pink Room for 1 night. A beautiful room, overlooking the maze at the rear of the house. The room was entered through its own hallway and had a well appointed bathroom attached. We had exclusive use of the lower drawing room...More
Response from traquair10, Owner at Traquair House B&BResponded 20 October 2017
Thank you for taking the time to review your experience. We are delighted you enjoyed your stay and we will pass on your kind words.
We stayed for 3 nights. Great service from Susan and the rest of the team. Unique lodging in many ways: the history of the house, the outdoor grounds, brewery and related shop, the different shops and (day time) restaurant. Rooms are comfortable and good size;...More
Unfortunately they don't allow dogs. There's only 3 bedrooms in the house and lots of visitors suffer from allergies. However, it's so worth staying to enjoy the magnificent atmosphere of this historic place. I'm sure... More
Unfortunately they don't allow dogs. There's only 3 bedrooms in the house and lots of visitors suffer from allergies. However, it's so worth staying to enjoy the magnificent atmosphere of this historic place. I'm sure your pooch will understand (ours did!).