Bigga is a single room with shower in the part of the House built in 1712-20. It is situated on the 1st Floor.
Some years ago, when being converted into a hotel, two names were found scratched into the stonework of this rooms walls, that of Gideon Gifford esq. and Andrew Halcrow. These “signatures” are some 220 years old. See our history page for more detail on Gideon and the Busta Tragedy.
- Direct-dial telephone with Modem port
- LCD Television with DVD player
- Electronic safe
- Tea & coffee making facilities
- Complimentary Wifi access
The most accessible rooms are 10 steps up from reception and regrettably, as Busta House was built during the 16th, 17th & 18th century, there are no lifts.
Please note that all our bedrooms and indeed the whole hotel, are non-smoking areas.