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When we arrived we were made very welcome, we were showed to our exceptionally clean airy double room with everything we needed. The bed was super comfy having a vellux blanket instead of duvet. The breakfast was first class every thing cooked to perfection. The...More
4 family members stayed over night in this cosy quiet B&B. We had everything we needed after a day out and about. The en-suite rooms were comfortable. We had a lovely breakfast before heading off to Bute.
We were 2 Aussies touring Scotland and we found this Guest House one of the best we experienced throughout our 3 weeks tour of Scotland. Our hosts were extremely friendly, especially with giving directions to get to Arran and back to Glasgow, plus providing ideas...More
This guest house is a lovely homely place to stay. My hosts were very accommodating. The room well appointed with quality bedding. The breakfast cooked perfectly, with a good selection of food available, and the porridge was excellent. Peaceful music and a roaring fire (gas...More
This is the second time that I have stayed here, and the quality is still as high. Friendly greeting, comfortable room, and a really good breakfast (including the excellent porridge). The place is very clean, tidy and the fresh milk available from the fridge on...More
US$85 - US$104 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello, I am considering booking for late November but I understand that there has been a big problem with seaweed. Could you please confirm whether it is still there or should I consider you sister hotel Crystal Cove. Many thanks.
19 September 2015|
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Response from Paul C | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, I hadn't heard about a seaweed problem when I was there. I was on business, delivering sailing dinghys to Sail Scotland at Cumbrae, and they didn't seem to have any issues.