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We recently stayed at Monachyle Mhor and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The hotel is situated at the end of a very long loch side track, and the views across the loch are spectacular. Our room was luxuriously appointed and had his and her baths- a...More
We have stayed here before and after a flat tyre home on the way back from Tobermory and time getting on we decided to call and see if we could get a room for the night. Lucky for us as it was late in the...More
My lady and I visited the restaurant in search of something special and delicious and trust me, we were not disappointed !
The setting is breathtaking and the building / decor is top class.
The staff welcomed us in out of the cold and sat...More
We visited Monachyle Mhor last weekend for lunch after a busy morning of sightseeing. The drive along to the hotel from Balquhidder is beautiful, the loch setting is so picturesque, the hotel itself is stylish but still has a cosy feel, there was a real...More
After traveling a single track road 6 miles we came to the Mhor. It is quite expensive for what you get and would not recommend. The room we had was rather weirdly decorated with an animal skull on wall. Our rate included dinner which they...More
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US$119 - US$146 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Lisboeta56 | Reviewed this property |
On 3 visits we have never been able to access wi-fi. It is a vrey remote location. To get a phone signal you need to move away from the hotel and stand near a very specific tree in the far garden to get any signal at all.
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"Don't stay in room 1. But preferably go somewhere like the Albanach, its a lot better value."