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For the price the accommodation was acceptable but there was little to get excited about. I did wonder if the sheets had been washed but think they just hadn't been ironed. There were hairs on my pillow case. The shower attachment fell off on my...More
We stopped here for 1 night on a return journey from Fort William, the manager greeted us and sat and had a chat in the beer garden, lovely guy, he let us store our bikes in the back garden so they'd be safe - really...More
Response from lochan2017, General Manager at The Ferry InnResponded 20 June 2017
Thank you for taking the time to share your experience as our guest. We appreciate your kind comments and are delighted that you enjoyed your stay.
We sincerely hope to welcome you back in the future.
Real pub real food what more can you ask for (its dog friendly of course) a wee hidden gem -although when you know where it is really great and unsurpassed location overlooking the Clyde just beside (hint is in the name) Renfrew Ferry - long...More
Response from lochan2017, General Manager at The Ferry InnResponded 12 June 2017
Thank you for your kind review and sharing your experience, we greatly appreciate feedback both positive & negative so that we can continually make improvements.
I hope we can welcome you back to the Ferry Inn in the near future.
Poor quality food,
Look warm soup
We read reviews and expected good home made food.
Steak pie consisted of home made chips ( which were good)
Tinned broken up stew, Frozen mixed veg, puff pastry which the chef halved down the middle to share between...More
You know how the TARDIS is tiny on the outside and huge on the inside. This inn is similar in a strange way, but not with reference to its size. Instead it looks unfriendly, tatty and rough on the outside but inside is airy, bright,...More
Response from Kirstin R | Reviewed this property |
Hi it is accessible by bus from the airport, you would get the First Glasgow service 747 to Renfrew cross then it would be a short walk or a taxi from the airport direct to the ferry inn would cost you less than £10. (I... More
Hi it is accessible by bus from the airport, you would get the First Glasgow service 747 to Renfrew cross then it would be a short walk or a taxi from the airport direct to the ferry inn would cost you less than £10. (I would recommend the taxi option the bus is £4.50 per person so works out about the same by taxi.
The easiest way to get the train to Oban would be to cross the river Clyde by ferry (5 minute journey, ferry every 10 minutes directly from outside the Ferry Inn) a short walk to Yoker station, you would get on the train at Yoker, change at Dalmuir and get the train to Oban about a 3 hour journey in total.
Hope that helps