ARDLETHAN BED & BREAKFAST
There are two guest bedrooms, each with a king size bed. A private guest wing has a sitting room, TV area and shared bathroom, and a fridge with tea and coffee-making facilities.
Rooms are $100 a double and $80 a single which includes a continental breakfast.
The bed and breakfast house was built in 1915 for Ardlethan's first Catholic priest, Father Mullins. He served in WWI as an army chaplain. Returning home, he brought with him cuttings from the Garden of Gethsemane in Jerusalem, and there are still two olive trees producing olives in the garden from those cuttings.