Our four guest bedrooms are decorated in soft colours to enhance your relaxation, are en- suite, with text TV's, complimentary tea and coffee trays and for those guests not accustomed to our long summer days, black out blinds. All designed to make your stay a comfortable experience.
Address : Ceilidh Bed & Breakfast 34 CLifton Road Lossiemouth Moray
Zip / Postal code : IV31 6DJ
Ceilidh Bed and Breakfast is superbly situated for the beach, estuary and local amenities, providing a selection of restaurants, bars, churches. The Moray golf course, another beach and many local attractions including the Castle and Whisky trails are nearby.
Hello, we are Heather and Ian Johnson, proprietors of Ceilidh, a small family run bed & breakfast. Should you have any access requirements we are happy to be flexible and make whatever adjustments we can to ensure your stay with us a pleasant experience.
As we both work on variable shifts, notification of your requirements at the time of booking will help us to put them in place ready for your arrival. However, if you are unable to book in advance, Heather’s mother lives on-site and will be able to make a note of any request for us to attend to on our return home.
The ground floor consists of a fully accessible Single en-suite, Double en-suite and the Breakfast room.
The Single has direct access from our small private car park and is equipped with a bed lever, easy reach light switches and clothes storage at a low level. The en-suite is fitted with a slightly higher toilet, a level-entry shower, grab rails and a removable shower seat.
The Double room can accommodate a wheelchair but mobility is required to make use of the en-suite. If required, suction handles to steady you on entry/exit to the shower are available. Access to this room is via the front door (4 steps with hand rails) or via the ramped access in the dining room.
The first floor has a Twin en-suite and another Single en-suite room, ideal for your travelling companions.
We are aware that you may wish to communicate with other members of your party so a hand held intercom is available on request enabling you to keep in touch with each other.
For your comfort, all four bedrooms have a TV with text capability, blackout blinds, hospitality trays with cordless kettles and welcome packs in 14pt font, however information in large print (up to 20pt),flashing doorbell and vibrating alarm clock can be made available if required.
As we have dogs of our own we are happy to accommodate registered assistance dogs in our ground floor rooms; however dogs are not allowed in the upstairs rooms to ensure they remain hair free for guests with allergies.
Bookings may be made via telephone, fax, e-mail, Type-talk and our landline can accept BT Text calls (SMS to computerised voice). Heather is a Scottish registered British Sign Language interpreter and holds a Deafblind communication certificate. When work commitments allow, she will be at home and happy to help.
Breakfasts are cooked to order and requests for special dietary needs can be accommodated, if specified when booking, or subject to availability.
Access to the local area is reasonable with unrestricted on-street parking to the front of the house as well as our small private car park along with bus stops very close-by. There are many interesting places to visit in Moray, a selection of local restaurants, bars, churches, visitor attractions and the swimming pool have provided disabled access.
The local GP surgery is less than a mile away and the nearest hospital is Dr Grays, Elgin around 6 miles away.
Please view the room photos on our webpage or call and enquire as to the suitability of our premises for your stay. We look forward to welcoming you.
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