My wife and I arrived at a B&B just outside Inverness on Friday to find a notice in the room which stated that the premises had to be vacated throughout the day from 10.00 am to 5.00. When we asked the Landlady for clarification she stated that she worked during the day (this was apparently also the reason why breakfast finished at 8.00, even at the weekend). When I explained that I was recovering from a brain haemorrhage and needed to rest in the afternoon, she shrugged her shoulders and said 'they are the house rules'. Consequently, we had to leave - late in the evening - in search of alternative accommodation. (Incidentally, the Landlady slammed the door of her room in my face when I informed her we were leaving).
We have been holidaying in the Highlands and Islands for a number of years and have never met this situation before. We feel that the Landlady should have made her policy clear on her website or least mentioned it during the booking process. Are we right to feel aggrieved?