Isla Bank House Bed & Breakfast
Isla Bank House lies in the heart of the Scottish Highlands and only a stone’s throw away from some of the world’s oldest and most revered whisky distilleries including Strathisla Distillery which is just across the road.
Built in the late 1880’s our rooms are spacious and bright offering guests comfortable and elegant accommodation overlooking our extensive gardens.
Isla Bank House is an exclusive venue with just a small number of large and well appointed suites, all of which have been refurbished this year. Unlike many B&Bs we also have some beautiful, guests-only reception spaces including the lounge/bar where you can find a selection of local Whiskys, Gins and beers to savour while toasing your feet in front of the open log fire.
Isla Bank House is set at the heart of an extensive private garden, only a five minute walk from Keith train station and has ample private parking for residents.
Keith and the villages in the Moray region are friendly and active places year round with events and attractions that draw visitors from across the globe.
Of particular note are:
The Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival
The Malt Whisky Trail
TMSA Keith Music Festival
The Scottish Dolphin Centre
Highland Grouse Shooting
The Highland Games
The Whisky Colours Festival
Breakfast is included for all our guests and the menu includes a wide selection of buffet items as well as a full cooked breakfast. We try hard to support local producers as well as producing some of our own produce in the gardens at Isla Bank House, so our menu will describe fully any seasonal produce we have included for your stay. Vegitarian options are always available and will be included on your menu. If you or any member of your party should have any special dietary requirements then we ask you to notify us in advance of your visit to allow us to properly cater for your needs.
||Isla Bank House
Scotland AB55 5BS
||+44 (0) 7840 845 545
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This page was last updated: 09 May 2019