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Hotel does need some upgrading,however room warm and comfortable. Can't praise staff Emma and Scott enough very welcoming and hard working but seemed to work all day and night. Food very good and plentiful great value for moneyMore
Response from KILLEARN H, Manager at The Killearn HotelResponded 22 February 2016
Thank you for taking the time to write your review.
We are glad you enjoyed your stay and found your room warm and comfortable. We are aware the hotel needs some upgrading in different areas and we are working hard to do this.
Has potential, great spot in lovely village but needs more investment including staffing resources. Staff were friendly but not enough of them. Wait for breakfast was unacceptable. Room was furnished well enough but could have been cleaner.
Stayed here on Sat 30th Jan as I was attending a wedding in the village hall.
I never usually like to write negative reviews as I am in the catering and hospitality business myself and I know it is very hard work, however ..................
Room was okay, basic, needs cosmetic work, but sufficient, this was a gift, i wouldnt stay here again though.
Check in is done in the bar, 1 member of staff serving food drinks and doing reception duties.
Was busy enough, and the bar is cosy...More
We stayed over new year as have done In the past as nice area and hotel. However the hotel of which has massive potential needs a wee bit TLC along with better restaurant food options.
I understand it has been taken over and I hope...More
US$121 - US$140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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My husband and i are planning a two night stay here in October with our small yorkie puppy and just wondered if the dogs are welcomed into the bar or have to be left in the rooms? My husband and i are very sociable and would like to have a few drinks in the bar but not sure how comfortable i would feel leaving the puppy on her own in a strange place.
3 September 2015|
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Response from GlasgowCross | Reviewed this property |
From what I saw, dogs were welcome in the bar- I'd call them just to check though.. Also, it's the only bar in the village, so I have no idea what other bar the previous answer above refers to.