Gardenrose Bed and Breakfast
We shall be available for stays commencing 15th July. We shall restrict contact between ourselves and our guests by reducing the areas where guests can go and simplifying breakfast. For stays of more than 1 night it maybe prudent to restrict our access to the guests room, so cleaning will be curtailed unless absolutely necessary. If we enter the room it would require a complete clean of everything whilst avoiding guest luggage and items.
Our aim is to keep both us and our guests healthy and reduce the chance of transmission. We shall only offer 1 room at a time.
We have considered how we shall operate when in this environment and we have decided the following. We shall not offer the guest lounge and we shall only offer a cold breakfast selection, with tea or coffee, which we shall have in place before guests come down for breakfast. As we do not have any system for taking cards for payment, we shall take UK Cheque, BACS or PAYM. We would like to avoid cash but realise this may not be possible occasionally.
A very warm welcome awaits you at Gardenrose B&B, Maybole, Scotland. Gardenrose B&B is a luxury Arts & Crafts house in Ayrshire. We are in the heart of South Ayrshire, near to Culzean Castle, Turnberry Golf Course and Dalduff Barn. Dumfries House is only a 30 minute drive away. If you are looking for accommodation for your visit to our area then a stay at Gardenrose B&B is the perfect place. You are assured of a friendly and luxurious stay with us at Gardenrose B&B.
We have 2 luxury, en-suite rooms - the Glasgow Room and the Oriental Room plus a breakfast room. The Glasgow Room and the breakfast room have many original features of the Glasgow Style and Charles Rennie Mackintosh style. We have added many features to maintain the theme of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, The Glasgow School and the Arts & Crafts period. The Glasgow Room has a Super King sized bed that can be made-up as twin beds for those who require 2 beds. The Oriental Room has a Super King sized bed. Both rooms have en-suite facilities.
The house was built in 1911 for one of the sons of the owner of a local shoe factory. The architect of the house was Thomas A. Jack, who was a local man. The many original features include things such as the staircase with inlaid tiles, Mackintosh style doors and an Arts & Crafts frieze in our Glasgow Room.