New Bed and Breakfast at Laphroaig, Isle of Islay Opening April 2010
Work is now underway to convert the The Old Excise House, Laphroaig into a Bed and Breakfast. It will be opening for business at the end of May 2010 and bookings are now being taken. The house was built in 1906 by Laphroaig distillery for the use of their Excise Officer. Situated on the main road from Port Ellen to Kildalton, with a ferry port less than 5 minutes away and the distilleries of Laphroaig, Lagavulin and Ardbeg all walking distance. There will be two luxury en-suite bedrooms, one king size double and one twin or super king. With a breakfast/sitting room, they will be self contained on the first floor of the house, to make the most of the views over the sea towards Port Ellen, Ireland and Laphroaig distillery. Prebooked home cooked evening meals, utilising local produce will be available for residents. Packed lunches, special dietary requirements, golf tuition breaks with Ron Goudie and island experiences can all be tailored to guests requirements. Contact Emma or Ron for further details. Tel: 01496 302567 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.