Welcome to Cosses Country House
Cosses Country House is a member of Wolsey Lodges, the Good Hotel Guide and Visit Scotland 5 gold star member of Scotland’s Best B&Bs. Relax away from it all in this unique venue and experiencing luxurious accommodation including the most delicious breakfasts. Explore the wonderful grounds on the banks of Crailoch Burn, a tributary of the River Stinchar, 2 miles inland from the fishing village of Ballantrae. Birds, wildlife, trees and flowers abound in the woodland, pond, river and garden setting for you to enjoy.
On the border of Ayrshire and Dumfries and Galloway, close to the sea, Cosses Country House is the perfect location to explore the whole of South West Scotland. Views of the Mull of Kintyre, Ireland, Arran and Ailsa Craig form a spectacular backdrop.
We have three spacious rooms, two of which are guest suites with their own private sitting room. All the rooms are decorated to the highest standard in a traditional and tasteful style throughout.
There are great views of the garden and surrounding woodlands. The suites have large bedrooms with a queen-size bed and a single bed in each.
The Ailsa Suite from £140
The Iona Suite from £140
The Garden Room from £110
based on 2 people sharing
on stays of 3 nights or more
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Bookings must be made directly with
Cosses Country House
Our many returning guests always have food high on their agenda, and enjoy amazing breakfasts and delicious well balanced dinners.
Gastronomic delights produced in the country kitchen are all created from the best of local, organic, Scottish, produce – home grown vegetables, fruit and herbs from the kitchen garden, local reared meat, game, and cheese.
Cosses Bed & Breakfast Inn is easily accessible:
Travel by main roads from the central belt of Scotland and the North of England. Prestwick Airport, the home to Ryanair and cheap flights is just an hour’s drive, and Glasgow Airport is an easy 2 hour drive away.
Just 20 minutes south of us are the main ferry terminals at Cairnryan for travel to and from Ireland.
The area boasts spectacular scenery. Whether it is walking, cycling, or motoring through the myriad of quiet roads, visiting the abbeys and castles in an area, or exploring the many beautiful gardens, there is something for everyone.
There is also plenty to do in the area, like playing golf on the championship and outstanding local courses, or salmon, trout and sea fishing.