John Campbell (1720–1790) was born in the parish of Kirkbean. Campbell was a British naval officer, navigational expert and colonial governor.
Campbell joined the Royal Navy at an early age and sailed around the world in 1740 on ‘Centurion’. He later became known as a navigational expert, and was from 1782 to his death Governor and Commander-in-Chief in Newfoundland.
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The John Campbell room
1 double bed with en-suite shower room
Tastefully furnished with comfortable double bed and seating area. Enjoy the well-appointed shower room with multi head shower, branded toiletries and fluffy towels. Bose sound system, local maps, guidebooks and binoculars are available to use throughout your stay.
- En-suite shower room
- Comfortable bed with luxurious linen
- Luxury Toiletries
- Fluffy Towels
- Wireless Internet
- Smart TV
- Ample sockets and charging points
- Selection of hot beverages
- Home made shortbread
- Options of delicious wellbeing breakfast
- Check in 4.00 till 9.00
- Check out by 10.00am
- Non -Smoking
- Dog friendly by arrangement
- Bose sound unit
- Binoculars for wildlife watching
- Telescope available for dark sky gazing
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Please note that we have a minimum stay of 2 nights.
The James Craik (1727-1814) from Arbigland, a medical graduate of the University of Edinburgh, who was an army surgeon in the west indies. In his later career he was appointed Physician general of the United States Army and was George Washington’s personal physician at the time of his death.
From £145 per night
1 King-size bed 1-bedroom ensuite bathroom
Tastefully furnished with high ceilings, original period features, chez longe, antique wardrobe and counsel table. Enjoy the well-appointed bathroom with multi head shower branded toiletries and fluffy towels. Bose sound system, maps, guidebooks and binoculars to use during your stay
The Edward Milligan MD ( 1786- 1833) , an inspirational man who spent most of his working life as a shoemaker before gaining distinction as a lecturer of medical science in Edinburgh. A self-taught linguistic and mathematician he paid for his own education and achieved great eminence among the learned and more remarkably many of his achievements whilst he was completely blind.
From £125 per night
1 Double beds 1 ensuite bathrooms
Tastefully furnished with high ceilings, original period features, chaise lounge, antique wardrobe and counsel table. Enjoy the well-appointed bathroom with multi head shower