Starting 15 May, the public can book to stay at Prince Charles’ bed and breakfast located on the North Sea on the grounds of Castle of Mey in Caithness, Scotland.
Prince Charles’ Granary Lodge is a 10-room bed and breakfast with rooms boasting a Victorian decor that includes floral drapery, dark wood furniture and charming decorative accents.
“We are delighted that the prince’s vision for the Granary Lodge has been realised and hope the development means more people will visit the north Highlands of Scotland to experience its unique offering to tourists,” said Robert Lovie, director of outreach for the Prince’s Foundation.
“Our team has completed a wealth of hard work in recent months and is pleased with the result, which we hope will encourage people to spend longer in beautiful Caithness – an area so close to the heart of His Royal Highness.”
The Castle of Mey was bought by Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother and renovated from 1952 to 1996, then handed over to The Queen Elizabeth Castle of Mey Trust.
In a statement, Clarence House said: “The accommodation will be owned and operated by The Queen Elizabeth Castle of Mey Trust, and profits raised will go towards maintaining and operating the estate as a tourist destination in the North Highlands of Scotland.”