A Dunfermline guest asking if their bed could be placed on the roof of the hotel so that they could see the Northern Lights has been named as one of Travelodge's most bizarre requests.

Another Dunfermline customer asked if their bed could be put on the beach for a session of blue sky thinking!

These are just some of the bizarre requests that Travelodge hotel teams across Scotland have been asked by customers during the last 12 months and its Dunfermline branch made the top 20 list twice!

With the company welcoming millions of business and leisure customers annually, the range of requests varies across the regions and this year the hotel teams have even encountered a few interesting requests.

Shakila Ahmed, Travelodge Spokeswoman said: “Annually we welcome millions of customers from all corners of the UK at our 575 UK hotels which includes 47 properties in Scotland.

"Throughout the year, our hotel teams receive thousands of interesting requests from business and leisure guests.

"Where possible, our hotel teams will go above and beyond to help customers as they relish a good challenge.

"Interestingly the requests change regionally, seasonally and this year we have even received interesting requests around social distancing.

"However, there are some requests beyond their control such as: stopping the seagulls from squealing, identifying UFO hotspots and arranging a visit with Arthur at Arthur’s seat.”