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Everything was perfect from staff service to food taste and view, however the pricing for one egg Benedict is too much, I’ve spend 88 dirhams on eggs without any drink on the side or any side dish. I’d rather pay this price for a full...mealMore
Stopped by for a coffee and a sticky toffee pudding on a very rainy day, after walking the West Highland Way. Friendly, efficient staff, great quality food well presented - not cheap but worth what you pay for. Great place to get a warm drink...out of the rain!More
Worse hotel in the world, the staff are extremely rude. Stuart should have some customer service training with his staff. From entering the hotel and asking for a table to ordering at the bar, we were met with a blank face, felt really judged. Have...never felt unwelcome as we did here. Such a shame as the hotel is right at the heart for tourists visiting Scotland. Has left a bitter taste. Don’t recommend to anyone visiting our beautiful country.More
Beautiful setting with lovely views. Staff very friendly and efficient. The quality of the food let it down. The fish and chips was lovely but the soup was creamy and thin. A good place to stop as an alternative to the Green Welly but not...worth a journeyMore
Ok first the good bit. We walked in without a reservation as we were staying nearby. We were met by Mate who initially said we could not eat as they were fully booked but when we said we’d just have drinks said if we chose...something simple like burgers they could accommodate us. Fair enough as the place was busy on a Saturday evening and we are talking post Covid here. However food wise the burgers were average and frankly overpriced at £14 with no side salad just a few leaves on top of the burger and oven type chips. This place has a captive audience with walkers and I hope is not resting on its laurels.More
£5 for 5 bits of broccoli that wasn't warm.
Poor options for vegetarians- we've walked a long way we need more than veggie burgers or Mac and cheese the whole way round.
£10 for three slices of cheese and no pickle on a cheese board....Not nice food for the money either but excellent views and service.More
Food wasn’t great. Ordered fish and chips £16 by far the worst fish and chips of my life. Batter was thick,tasteless and dry.
Burger - average
Halloumi fries - same again batter shocking.
To top it off we heard another customer mention. “Excuse me I...don’t think the humous ciabatta has humous in it 😂 topped the lunch off and made light of the situation. Anyway £64 for a family lunch that was below average. very disappointing.
Lager was good so not bad if your stopping for a pint.More
Can’t believe after a year of lockdown, four of us stoped for lunch Sunday afternoon at 3.00 at the hotel right on main road not 200 m from west highland way. No food available. Find it pretty pathetic. Drove another ten mins to Tyndrum hotel,...great food great service and reasonable. Bridge of Orchy hotel your neighbours can show you how to do it.More
We booked a meal at the hotel (we weren't staying) based on the pictures and sample menu on the hotel's website. We arrived and were ushered to a room that wasn't as advertised, felt more like a cafe (at best) and then was presented with...a menu that bore no resemblance to what was displayed on the website (other than the ridiculously high prices).
I had a the most average/poor burger ever with oven/frozen fries. £14. My partner had the saddest looking fish pie with oven chips - £15.
Basically, what you see on the site is a million miles away from the reality of the hotel. One shared starter, 2 main (very very poor) courses, 1 pint of beer and two glasses of wine - £58.
No idea what the rooms are like but I'd stay well away from this place.More
Superb food! Easily the best so far on the WHW. Started with local game terrine, which was so delicious, served with caramelised onions and lovely bread. Then we had pork belly (exquisite!) and rib eye steak (top quality!). Really impressed.