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My family and i stopped in Callender for a meal and ended up In McNabs bar. The inside has obviously been updated recently and we had a warm welcome from the barman. The food was excellent and portions were a good size.
The back area...More
when i first read the reviews i was a little anxious i had booked this hotel, we stayed for a night when we were walking the Rob Roy way, very central location.
the price you pay £49,bed and breakfast is very good, alright it is...More
We visited the Dreadnought Hotel for the second time this year on Saturday 9th November. This time we stayed in a double room which was clean & comfortable. When we arrived I asked at reception for an extra blanket as it was very frosty outside...More
This hotel is in dire need of updating. The rooms very uncomfortable, cold, sticky old carpeting, spider in the bed, rusty bath, depressing hallways.
The breakfast was ok on a plus side, and the bar area was nice, but that's the only thing that was...More
My husband and myself visited this hotel a few years ok. Always had a great time. We were quite surprised when we arrived to see that the entertainment lounge is now a restaurant (macnabs) and there was no entertainment on even though outside it says...More
US$91 - US$113 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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