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Just come back from a Locks and Glens holiday staying at the Loch Achray Hotel , everything on this break was excellent , hotel was great good food and we were looked after by the staff so well . Coach drive was Nigel was great...More
Stayed @ Loch Achray Hotel on a 5 day Lochs & Glens Spring break.
Excellent location with views of Loch Achray.
We had a twin room with loch view. Very comfortable beds,Small but perfectly adequate bathroom kept spotlessly clean.
TV. Hairdryer, tea,coffee,milk & sugar replenished...More
We had a lovely stay. The staff were very good & soon served all our coach every meal time. There was a good selection but didn't like a lump of margarine for breakfast,no butter in sight. Our room was good. We went out every day,...More
Booked to go here with Lochs &Glens on 28th Feb. Unfortunately we got caught in the storm and were stranded on the M80 for hours. We rang Lochs & Glens to tell them the situation and spoke to a lovely lady called Carol who was...More
we travelled up from Portsmouth for a few days with lochs and glens travel , coach supplied by coliseum in Southampton . the whole experience was great , from the coach company to the hotel , the trips and the snow . hotel staff were...More
Response from ienjoymyholidays | Reviewed this property |
I think when you book you are probably best to phone the booking office and ask them - staff at the hotels are mostly foreign and their grasp of the English language may cause them problems in understanding your... More
I think when you book you are probably best to phone the booking office and ask them - staff at the hotels are mostly foreign and their grasp of the English language may cause them problems in understanding your requirements. I would imagine you would have to take your own gluten free bread etc