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Stayed here just one night while touring Torssachs National Park. A bit difficult to find (the signs peter out well before you come upon the house -- just keep going!) but really lovely once we got there. My son had a room on the 2nd...More
Pricey plus breakfast is extra but it's all excellent. Terrific views. Dinner was lovely. Breakfast was good quality. Very nice staff. Dogs roaming around for cuddles. A few extrAs included in room- shortbread etc.
Stayed one night on way back from our NC500 trip. Absolutely lovely building, tremendous location on the Loch side. Admittedly the weather was unusually good, but what a lovely location. Stayed in room 2, which has a lovely bay window overlooking the Loch. Unusual 2...More
This was a big disappointment having read previous reviews. When we arrived the young man at reception went through the signing in procedure and then wanted to show us the public areas, as we both had our hands full of bags (we had been touring...More
Beautiful setting in Cove and views to die for. The staff were so welcoming and nothing was too much effort would absolutely recommend staying and dining at the Hotel. The food was amazing a wide variety to suit mostly all tastes. Can't wait to be...More
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US$108 - US$228 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official star rating provided by VisitScotland, the National Tourist Board.
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As below, it varies with the package you book. We often book dinner, B&B, so it is included.
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are the nicest rooms in the hotel always the most unaccessable, meaning, lots of stair climbing, or are their lifts?
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thank you for that info, much appreciated, just as I imagined I suppose, im still determined to make my short break there in September before I have spinal surgery, will just have to see which room we are allocated, but as... More
thank you for that info, much appreciated, just as I imagined I suppose, im still determined to make my short break there in September before I have spinal surgery, will just have to see which room we are allocated, but as you say, all the rooms are accessed by stairs, as in most hotels, without lifts.