Welcome to our beautiful family home in the Trossachs hamlet of Brig O Turk;
a historic & peaceful location near Loch Katrine in the Trossachs Scotland.
With beautiful views of The Trossachs & Ben Venue from the rooms and conservatory.
West Riding Guest House has been given a 3 star rating by the Scottish Tourist Board. West Ridings offers high quality bed & breakfast. It is fully equipped with Sky TV in all rooms, a hospitality tray, full central heating, all linen, beautiful views & masses of parking space
We are happy to provide hair dryers, iron and board and shoe/ boot cleaning equipment and have a drying room if you are unlucky enough to get caught in the rain.
Both bedrooms are en-suite. West Riding Bed and Breakfast has 2 bedrooms; a double and one twin bedroom (cot available).
Great value: For Bed & Breakfast we charge £32pp per night with a 10% discount for additional nights. Well behaved dogs are welcome at £1 per night. Under 12's are half price & under 5's FREE of charge (if sharing the parents room).
Complimentary Bikes for guests use: We also have 4 mountain bikes for our guests to use FREE of charge (used at your own risk!) along with lock up facilities.
Places To Eat & Visit: In Brig O Turk you will find the Byre Inn and the Brig O Turk Tea Room. Both serve quality food & have a great atmosphere. Worth driving to are Callander, Loch Venacher, Loch Katrine and Aberfoyle where you will a range of eateries to suit all budgets and tastes.
Explore & enjoy Scotland: West Riding is a great location to explore the Trossachs and central Scotland. Whether you just want to park up and forget about the car or explore this beautful part of Scotland you will wish you could stay longer!
If you want to explore further afield a visit to Loch Lomond, Lomond Shores & the famous Jenners store, the Maid of the Loch and Loch the Lomond Aquarium are a great day trip.
A GREAT BASE TO EXPLORE .....
A few local attractions:
Watch out for the Ospreys
Go Ape at the David Marshall
Lodge in Aberfoyle
The World Famous
Walter Scott on
peaceful Loch Katrine