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Bed & Breakfast at The Police Treatment Centres

By DPF Admin15th November 2017August 6th, 2019Area Updates, Latest News, Northern Updates, Southern Updates

Are you looking for a new place for a short break? Do you fancy some adventure, culture or shopping or even a tranquil place to read a book? Look no further.

St Andrews and Castlebrae both offer the perfect place to enjoy a weekend away and you can do your bit to help us fundraise at the same time!

Whether you want to explore the beautiful Yorkshire or Perthshire countryside or get involved with the plentiful activities on offer in each area, our twocentres have something for everyone. 

Due to the success of B&B since it started in 2013, we are now pleased to offer weekend breaks at both centres almost every weekend of the year to members of the police family.

2017 Bookings

Harrogate is now full for 2017 – all rooms sold out.
Castlebrae has availability until the weekend of 9th December.

2018 Bookings

Bookings for rooms at both Centres is now open.  As we experience high demand for rooms at St Andrews – please refer to the availability calendar on the St Andrew's B&B page before making your booking – thank you.

All revenue generated from the bed and breakfast weekends goes straight back into the Charity enabling us to upgrade existing facilities and services. With excellent accommodation and grounds each centre is ideal for that weekend break. 

Bookings are open to all serving and retired police officers and represent great value for money with a double en suite room costing £100 for bed and breakfast and £80 for a single en suite room per weekend (Friday and Saturday night). 

To download our bed and breakfast brochure please click here

View video feedback from recent guests here.

Sat nav: postcodes are St Andrews HG2 0AD or Castlebrae PH3 1AG.

Please remember to check the St Andrew's B&B availability calendar before making a booking – found at the bottom of the St Andrew's B&B page.

Please be aware, children under the age of 16 are not allowed at the Police Treatment Centres and we do not accept pets.



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