The lobby area is very small but there are seats and tables to the left as you enter where guests can take refreshments.
This is a very quaint, old building originating back to the seventeenth century. It has white washed walls and contrasting black window frames.
The rooms are medium in size and decorated in different styles, all of which are warm, comfortable and in good condition.
The restaurant has an oak beamed ceiling and a stone wall at one end of the room giving it a rustic appearance. It is acclaimed for its traditional scottish fayre and is second to none in the area.