Book online below or call 07716 669 017 for room only rates or to check availability.
We are pleased to announce we are fully open for online bookings. However as social distancing measures are still in effect the guest lounge is still closed.
Please note our dog and two cats live on site and while they are not allowed in guest rooms they do have access to the stairwell and corridors, if you love animals you'll be warmly welcomed if you do however have severe allergies please be aware.
We have secure lockable store for bicycles, there is plenty of space and no pre booking is required.
Our rooms are well equipped without being fussy; flat screen TV's with satellite channels, a tea and coffee station with organic coffee bags and a selection of Ahmad teas. As we've all faced such a difficult time you will also be gifted with a welcome basket of some of our favourite locally sourced seasonal snacks.
All our breakfasts are cooked to order and all the ingredients are locally sourced, we do ask for a pre-order of your first breakfast before arrival to help us in being able to continue serving our fabulous breakfast selection.
Packed lunches and home cooked evening meals are also available, please contact us in advance of your arrival should you require some good home cooked food while staying with us.
We are so very much looking to welcoming both old and new friends of Bamse B&B and hope you enjoy a slice of home away from home.
All of our rooms have been designed to offer the perfect combination of personalised home comforts with a touch of luxury.
Bamse was a St. Bernard that became the mascot of the Free Norwegian Forces during the Second World War. Bamse was owned by Captain Hafto of the Norwegian Navy, and went to sea with him on the minesweeper, Thorodd. He is linked to Montrose where the Thorodd was stationed, and as tales of his adventures and courage spread, he became an iconic figure in the town.
In 2006, a campaign to recognise Bamse's link to the town was headed up by Henny King, which raised the money to erect a statue overlooking the harbour and was unveiled by the Duke of York, Prince Andrew.
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