Prince Charles Opened a Bed-and-Breakfast in a Scottish Castle

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Prince Charles wants you to dream and dine like a royal. Just before the birth of his grandchild, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, the Prince opened up The Granary Lodge in Scotland. 

The 10-bedroom B&B in Scotland was confirmed by the Clarence House Twitter account on May 1st with a tweet that reads, “Today, the Duke of Rothesay visited the Castle of Mey in Caithness, Scotland, to officially open the Granary Lodge.” 

A subsequent tweet reveals that the lodge will be owned by The Queen Elizabeth Castle of Mey Trust, and the money made from housing guests will go towards operating the estate. 

According to The Granary Lodge website https://www.castleofmey.org.uk/hospitality/granarydescribes the bedrooms as “individually styled” with “beautiful views.” Your stay will include breakfast with gluten-free options available as well as a knowledgeable staff who can help with your trip’s itinerary. 

The website also includes a list of local attractions to help guests plan their stay. 

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