Prince Charles has followed the exciting news of Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex’s new baby boy with the unveiling of his bed and breakfast overlooking the North Sea.
The new royal grandpa revealed The Granary Lodge, a 10-bedroom bed and breakfast on the grounds of the Queen Mother’s favourite summer retreat, The Castle of Mey, in Caithness, Scotland, has now begun taking reservations.
Following a multi-million pound restoration project, Prince Charles and his foundation transformed the former granary building, on his grandmothers impressive Sutherland estate grounds, into a bed and breakfast fit for royalty.
The b&b features 10 bedrooms, including two stunning luxury suites.
A freshly cooked breakfast is included in each stay, which is made from quality locally sourced ingredients and produce.
All profits from the b&b will go towards the maintaining and operating of the estate as a tourist destination.
One night stays at The Granary cost between £145 and £195 per night.
For more information on booking visit The Granary Lodge online.