Robert the Bruce was the king who changed the face of Scotland. He picked up the freedom gauntlet from William Wallace and proceeded to confront the English in the battle of Bannockburn. One of the three West Crofts in the Hamlet, the Bruce Croft contains images of Robert the Bruce set on a warm golden pallet signifying the romantic side of chivalry. The words carved in the mantle are the exact words that are cut in the stone that covers the grave of the heart of Robert at Glastonbury.
The two plush glider chairs with their rocking ottomans are a guest favorite and so individually seductive, you may abandon your honey for an extended nap! The view from the corner desk overlooks the ravine named Bannock Burn. Other features include a kitchenette, entertainment center with TV & DVD player, a stone fireplace, a large bathroom with 2-person shower, and a private deck with hot tub.