We stayed and ate here. The food was delicious and was excellent service from the staff. Overall it was a great experience for us
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The salmon was quite good. The steak burger, not so much. Pleasant dining room ... though it became clogged with a busload of seniors on a tour. Noisy bunch.
once again we enjoyed a lovely meal in the hotel's restaurant. we both started with the prawn and languistine cocktail nd I had the main chicken dish and helen had the fish main. lovely meal and staff most welcoming.
Food is excellent, quality, presentation and value for money. Choose from a la Carte, or from varied table d'hote.
During our three night stay at the hotel the meals in the restaurant were exceptionally tasty, beautifully presented and served by very attentive staff. Ten out of ten for all concerned.
staying in this hotel for our break we decided to eat in the hotel's dining room for dinner tonight & both of us enjoyed a lovely tender & perfectly cooked fillet steak.service was first class & all staff very pleasant.highly recommend eating in this restaurant
As non residents, we dined in the Hotel's Rannachan restaurant last week (17.10.16). Whilst the food that we had was nice, our 'Local Lobster and Prawn Cocktail' contained no lobster and our 'Locally Smoked Haddock, Oban Bay Chowder and warm chunk of olive bread' was...More
We ate here 2 nights and also had a late lunch in the bar because of the weather. Good value for money. Some standard dishes, but also some surprising ones. I recomend the brushietta goat and the smoked haddock if you are into surprising tastes....More
our last night meal of our weekend break saw us having dinner in the hotel restaurant.we were not disappointed. we had the chateaubriand steak which was cooked to absolute perfection.our servers could not have been any more pleasant to make us enjoy a beautiful meal.
We enjoyed 2 great breakfasts and 2 fantastic taster menus on a 5pm DBB deal. In the morning, a wide selection of cereals, juices, fruits and hot options awaits. Free-range eggs with runny yolks competed with herby sausages, sliced haggis, smoked bacon, and Stornoway black...More