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A step back into a Scotland I thought we were finally leaving behind. Greasy over priced food served by under trained staff and a barman who couldn't have cared less. Captive market as only place for evening meal. Was embarrassed to have to tell German...More
Stopped here for lunch after a fabulous day exploring this beautiful island. We had the steak and ale pie and fish and chips, both were fantastic,freshly made and pipping hot. Lovely quaint restaurant and really lovely staff.
Warm, friendly welcome from a lovely lady who I am assuming was management. Had their mushroom soup which was divine and lovely freshly cooked chips. Loved the decor and gardens. Had we not been catching the ferry back home I would have loved to have...More
Lochranza is a small port village on the far north end of the isle of Arran. The setting is beyond beautiful. There are not many dining options and we felt the need for a good teatime as we toured this charming little town, full of...More
We visited the bar for dinner as Lochranza has basically no other options. From the outside the place looks more like a house and less like a hotel. Generally first impressions are poor.
Once in the bar it is lacking any kind of moderisation at...More
US$146 - US$161 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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