Naturist B&B with hot tub set in a beautiful rural location close to the coast near Whithorn.
Book with confidence - Covid 19 prepared.
Be Natural B&B has been awarded "We're Good To Go" certification by Visit Scotland and recognised by all tourism bodies.
As life long naturists Helen and Mike know the feeling of freedom being clothes free. Now you too can experience the pleasure of being NAKED anywhere within the B&B, in the large private garden and hot tub. Don't just have a Staycation make it a Nakation.
Enjoy spending time in a naturist B&B close to the coast in beautiful Dumfries & Galloway.
Whether you are a regular naturist or it is your first time, the owners of this lovely B&B will make you feel most welcome and at home in this rural Scottish property. With 1 double bedroom and 1 twin/single bedroom this B&B is small but perfectly formed with a lovely lounge area and dining room. There is a large private garden with chairs and loungers and also a large wooden hot tub.
After a busy day exploring the local area (which can be done naked in many places if you wish), you can enjoy socialising with the owners and other guests in the lounge which has access to free wifi. Alternatively sit back and relax in the hot tub under some of the darkest and clearest starry skies in the UK.
In the morning enjoy a full Scottish breakfast, with vegetarian and other options available by request. A delicious evening meal is also available if required. The owner and chef is proud of the food served using plenty of local produce.
Locally you can enjoy a round of golf, visit many historical sites or enjoy a stroll along the beach. There is simply something for everyone in this beautiful part of the world.
Prices are £38 per person per night for the double bedroom and £33 per person per night for the twin/single bedroom. A two course evening meal costs £15 per person.
Covid 19 Safety Guidelines
Most Covid 19 rules have now ended in Scotland.
With Helen’s part time job as a home care assistant we have made ever effort to protect her so she can protect the people she cares for. To make sure this continues we have our own specific rules.
Scottish rules differ
Scotland has different rules from those in England. You must still wear a mask in any indoor public space.
If you forget to bring one we can give you a mask.
Vaccination may not be compulsory, however, we would much prefer it if you have been double vaccinated.
Please confirm you are vaccinated when booking.
Until we believe it to be safe to do so please don’t visit us by public transport.
Return from holiday or visiting from abroad
Under no circumstance are you allowed to visit if you are in a self isolation / quarantine period.
We ask if you have returned from or are visiting from another country please confirm you have been:
- double vaccinated
- have been in the UK for at least 7 days before visiting us
- have had a negative covid test 3 days before your visit.
If you become infected before, during or after a visit
To ensure our protection please postpone your booking if you develop virus symptoms (no matter how mild) or you are in a self isolation period which ends sooner than 2 weeks prior to the date of your arrival. You will not lose any deposit paid.
It is very important that if you have had the virus that you are absolutely sure you are completely free of it before visiting us.
If you develop virus symptoms (no matter how mild) while here please advise us immediately so we can arrange tests.
If you develop virus symptoms (no matter how mild) within 7 days of returning home please advise us as soon as possible preferably by phone so we can arrange tests.
We are letting both rooms again which may mean you will be staying when a different household is also here. In order to do this we request that you use the provided hand santitiser every time you leave your room. As the bathroom is shared please use the antivirus cleaner provided on taps and handles.
Before your arrival all areas accessible to you will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. Additional cleaning will occur as required. Also see above.
When you arrive you will be asked to sanitise your hands.
Please carry your bags to your room unless you require assistance.
If you go anywhere during your visit where you could meet others, eg shop, museum, etc a face mask is required in Scotland. If in doubt wear a mask.
Please contact the owners if you would like more information on the above.
Prestwick and Glasgow
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