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This hotel gets mixed reviews and consequently I was a little unsure as to what awaited me on my 3 night stay.
On the benefit of my visit some of the observations from previous reviews do have some validity- the fixtures and fittings are getting...More
Just back from the Bay Tarbet it was an ideal base to explore Scotland. Your on the banks of Loch Lomond and the views are beautiful. All the staff were brilliant from booking in, restaurant and bar nothing to much trouble always friendly and helpful....More
I read all the reviews glad I didn't take any notice of some if them. Yes the hotel is in need of some in fact a lot of refurbishment but so what. We had a nice fairly spacious double roo over looking the loch, (...More
Sadly the hotel has seen better days. That said the food was good and wholesome. Staff, mostly foreign, were extremely courteous and helpful. Entertainment heavily biased towards 'Teuchter Scottish' including a guy who faked playing the accordion! Exception being Brian LeVell who was excellent and...More
We stayed at this lovely loch side hotel for 3 nights. The food was fine and the serving staff were friendly and welcoming. Lovely view of the Loch from our bedroom. OK, the rooms need a bit of TLC but they were clean.
US$96 - US$172 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from maureenb995 | Reviewed this property |
No, you need a car to explore the area, but it is well worth it as the scenery is superb. The nearest shops are found in Helensburgh about ten miles south and on the north side there is the wee village of Arrochar which is... More
No, you need a car to explore the area, but it is well worth it as the scenery is superb. The nearest shops are found in Helensburgh about ten miles south and on the north side there is the wee village of Arrochar which is two miles away. Even further north about 25 miles is the picturesque touristy village of Inverary. All well worth a visit. ENJOY