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All reviewscooked breakfaststayed here for nightsferry tripjacuzzi bathwatching tvfull scottish breakfastwould recommend this to anyoneconvenient locationlounge and kitchen areaisle of arranroom was spaciousfeel very welcomeenjoyed our stayb baccommodationfacilitiesfridge
I stay here last night as I was stuck with no ferry to go to Brodick island, fund this Gest house and I was very surprised with the welcome I was given , thank you very much and next time I need to stay over...More
We stayed for 2 nights, end of September. The Guest House is located perfectly for the ferry & It has good parking. The rooms & bathrooms are basic, comfortable, clean, nicely decorated & have everything you need. The great surprise is the communal parts. It...More
We stayed for just the one night and our stay was a very pleasant experience. Our room was spotlessly clean, the bed was very comfortable and we were served with a very tasty full Scottish breakfast. The hostess Moira was very friendly and welcoming and...More
We booked into the Edenmore hotel for a night before going across to the Isle of Arran on the next morning ferry. Was made to feel very welcome by Moira and her hospitality was excellent. The en suite room was spotless clean and Moira had...More
Very welcoming, clean, good breakfast, good size rooms, motorcycle friendly.
The lady is very good and can't do enough to make you comfortable.
It's in a ideal location for the Arran ferry.
Would definitely go again and recommend.
Response from Shuggie2013 | Property representative |
The annex has 4 rooms which can take a standard wheelchair,there is one step at front entrance door to give access but the bathrooms don't have disabled hand rails , it all depends on how severe the disability is... More
The annex has 4 rooms which can take a standard wheelchair,there is one step at front entrance door to give access but the bathrooms don't have disabled hand rails , it all depends on how severe the disability is.