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We had scenically driven from Tongue on the North Coast following every peculiar direction TOM TOM could take us. As we cruised by Loch Ness my wife suggested we stop for nibble. My unthinking reply was " we're almost home ". Having stayed a few...More
My husband and I recently stayed at this hotel. We were there for 3 nights. The hotel closes the first week of November and reopens in March. We were not disappointed! The hotel is beautiful; the room we had was stunning; the food was excellent...More
The room was very well appointed and the staff very attentive. You get a huge breakfast with the room price. You can also get dinner or have tea or just drinks . I would book ahead if you intend to get tea or dinner.
Our family of four (children age 7 and 9) have found a very comfortable place in the family suite and have very much enjoyed exploring the beautiful, historic grounds around the hotel. We enjoyed a beautiful meal in the dining room tonight and look forward...More
Stopped on a wet October day for a snack lunch. Warm welcome from staff. We had homemade soup, granary bread, homemade shortbread and tea beside the lounge fire. Were only sorry we had to leave and continue on our journey. Have dropped in here before,...More
Response from Mike Arran | Reviewed this property |
My understanding is that dogs are allowed in certain (but not the deluxe) bedrooms. However, they're not allowed in most of the public areas including the dining rooms. And I've never seen any in one of those rooms but I... More
My understanding is that dogs are allowed in certain (but not the deluxe) bedrooms. However, they're not allowed in most of the public areas including the dining rooms. And I've never seen any in one of those rooms but I have in the corridors and outside.
Check with the hotel to be sure.