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All reviewseasy breaksa la carte menuloch viewcobbleritison dealcourse mealdinner bed and breakfastnight breakplenty of hot waterexcellent value for moneygreat weekenda lovely staystunning viewsfood was lovelyentertainmentdbbsupplement
Stayed here for a couple of days on package deal break. Excellent value for money. The hotel is a bit dated and requires some upgrades, the rooms are small but clean and the meals are of an acceptable standard.
The bar prices are a bit...More
this hotel has amazing views of the Loch and if you are in the basement part of the hotel at the front the view is stunning. The hotel doesn't have a lift however the stairs are not that steep. We had a person who used...More
Booked in here for a spot close to Loch Lomond last August. The Hotel is a good value, but could use some updating. Restaurant offers a good meal for a decent price. One thing however, for breakfast had to wait an extremely long time which...More
Spent 2 nights here on an itison deal. Only £88 for two persons 2 nights, dinner 1 evening and breakfast 2 mornings.
On this basis it was good value and we enjoyed having a few beers in the village.
The hotel is run down, I...More
Hotel is in desperate need of a refurb. It's location and views are fanatastic, but the general atomosphere is one of apathy. None of the staff seemed interested in providing any customer service, and all seemed to be just going through the motions. An occasional...More
We travelled by car, but suggest you check out scotrail.c0.uk/sites/default/files/assets/download_ct/whl-tmtbl-map.pdf and times. Unlike most European public transport, our UK "public" systems are private, fragmented, and... More
We travelled by car, but suggest you check out scotrail.c0.uk/sites/default/files/assets/download_ct/whl-tmtbl-map.pdf and times. Unlike most European public transport, our UK "public" systems are private, fragmented, and un-coordinated... hence road overloads. Good luck!