The Ship’s Quarters, a Bed & Breakfast Guest House in Eyemouth, enjoys an unbeatable waterfront location in the heart of the picturesque fishing community of Eyemouth, Scotland.
The building is classic early 18th century with a ‘modern’ addition from the 19th century. Steeped in history, the building has been restored by the owners to create a beautiful guest house and elegant restaurant.
Blending an historic façade with an interior where style, warmth and contemporary design pervade throughout. The Ship's Quarters is all at once a wonderful leisure, business and stopover destination. First and foremost, it's a very comfortable place to stay.
Throughout the refurbishment the focus was to protect the heritage and, through research and attention to detail, to provide a modern relaxed setting with comfortable rooms and to enhance the feint echoes of hidden revelry and of a bygone den of iniquity.
Why Stay with Us?
- Unique historic quayside location
- En-suite rooms
- Breakfast included
- Staff are on-site daily
- Daily housekeeping included
- Free WiFi
- Free local parking
With its central harbourside position, Quarters is still at the heart of Eyemouth’s thriving community. Local shops and services, vibrant bars, restaurants & cafés are all within close proximity. We're perfectly placed to explore the beautiful borders countryside or the stunning Berwickshire coast. Edinburgh’s theatres, museums and art galleries are less than an hour away.
Discover Eyemouth &
The Scottish Borders
The diving off St Abbs head is renowned for the abundance and diversity of marine life and offers some of the very best sub 30m dive sites in the UK and Europe
We offer daily, mid-week, and week-end diving packages with or without accommodation for fantastic diving at every level.
Berwick is the most Northerly town in England, famous for its Elizabethan Walls, three iconic bridges, thriving culture scene, wildlife and beaches.
It's a lovely town to discover tiny independent shops and boutiques, quiet cafés and beguiling stories from history.
In Scotland there are over 550 golf courses to choose from - that's more courses per head of population than anywhere else in the world! The range and breadth of Scottish golf courses means that whatever your level and course preference, you'll never be far from fairways and greens suited to you
Edinburgh is Scotland's compact, hilly capital. It has a medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town with gardens and neoclassical buildings. Looming over the city is Edinburgh Castle, home to Scotland’s crown jewels and the Stone of Destiny
Eyemouth is a great base for walking or cycling. Located on several coastal and inland paths and trails, there are many resources available to help you plan your days. There something for all levels from the serious hike to a relaxed saunter around ancient castles and churches. The views are always picturesque and often stunning.
Quarters Guest House, Eyemouth, Scotland, TD14 5HT
+44 1890 750323