Angie's B&B

Just one mile from Samye Ling Tibetan Centre, Angie’s B & B is situated in the quite hamlet of Eskdalemuir, Dumfriesshire amongst the rolling hills of the Scottish Border’s countryside. The accommodation is ideal for those wishing to visit the centre, or take part in the many workshops and courses available or just to visit and explore the surrounding area.

The B & B is a quite room within a family household with accommodation suitable for 1 or 2 people and shared bathroom facilities. A vegetarian or non vegetarian breakfast can be provided and arranged when booking.

As a Buddhist household, we appreciate no smoking in the house, and prior notice also requested for any visiting pets accompanying their owners.

Accommodation Costs = ÂŁ20 per night

WINTER LETS
Accommodation may also be available on a longer term during the winter months and costs can be negotiated with Angie on request.

FOR BOOKINGS AND FURTHER INFORMATION:

Please contact Angie on: 013873 73386/ email: ball.angie@ymail.com

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