Your hosts Alastair and Elsie pride themselves in giving their visitors genuine Scottish hospitality.
Easter Glentore Farmhouse is on a 100-acre farm with panoramic views of the hills in the north. Located in a scenic setting on the B803 between the villages of Greengairs and Slamannan, we are an excellent base for exploring Central Scotland.
The house is modernised with central heating and is tastefully furnished throughout.
All the accommodation is on the ground floor.
Each bedroom has a digital TV with all Freeview channels, silent fridge, radio alarm and tea/coffee making facilities with shortbread.
Firm comfortable beds with extra large duvets, blankets available if preferred. Towels are changed daily. I know from my own travels that laundry can be a problem - stay with us for four or more days and I will do your laundry free of charge!
We offer a welcome cup of tea or coffee on arrival with home baking. Guests are welcome to relax in the lounge in the evening.
We offer a choice of breakfasts using locally sourced produce whenever available.
Guests can choose from a Continental breakfast with the option of juice, fruit, cereals, yoghurt, porridge, toast, cheese, honey, home-made preserves and scones. Vegetarians welcome. Sorry no vegan menu available at the moment.
A full Scottish breakfast can include all the above plus grilled local sausage, bacon, haggis, potato scones, fried bread, mushrooms, tomatoes, eggs fried, scrambled or poached or you could try smoked salmon when available with scrambled egg and tomato.
We have been awarded the TOP rating in our Environmental Food Hygiene Inspection.
|B&B prices per night (2021)|
Minimum stay: 2 nights
Discounts available if staying 3 nights or more (2 people sharing).
|Double king en-suite:||
80 GB pounds
(40 pounds per person)
|Single Occupancy:||55 GB pounds|
Mastercard, Visa and debit cards accepted.
Your booking will be confirmed by return e-mail from your host Elsie Hunter.
In the event of a no show or booking reduction (after arrival date), the full cost of the booking will be charged.
Guests are expected to arrive between 4pm and 6pm unless otherwise arranged.
Guests enjoy watching the birds feeding at breakfast time. This photo shows a redpole, siskin and goldfinches.
The farmhouse dates back to 1705 and has been in the Hunter family since 1931. Alastair was born in this house and has lived here all his life. Our hobbies are meeting people, Scottish Dancing and curling.
Alastair and Elsie