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Reviewed 18 October 2021 via mobile

We’ve been coming here for 20 years. Last weekend was very disappointing; £550 spent on drinks, dinner, bed and breakfast for a couple for one night. For that amount of money I would expect amazing service but we had bickering staff, a creepy insulting waiter and the joy of a 10k run (which we were not informed about) blocking us from leaving the hotel until after lunch the next day. Toilets had runners queued 20 deep on Sunday morning so having checked out and been refused exit from the car park we couldn’t even pee. We emailed Tom and Lisa (the owners) twice to explain why we were disappointed but they didn’t even credit us with a reply. Adieu, Monachyle Mhor. We’ll save our next £550 single night stay for someone who cares.

Room tip: Don’t bother
Date of stay: October 2021
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank Hugh_KP
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Reviewed 10 October 2021 via mobile

A stunning and beautiful location with a hotel and restaurant to match!
The food was excellent; staff wonderfully helpful; bedroom really comfortable; location is truly memorable.
This is one of the best hotels that we know - a must place to visit on any visit to Scotland!

Date of stay: October 2021
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 8 October 2021 via mobile

Highland escape We visited this small hotel last week and stayed for four nights Excellent gourmet food at dinner and interesting breakfasts Rooms are shabby chic Staff charming and helpful We would certainly return the next time we are in Scotland

Date of stay: October 2021
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank gill50p
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Reviewed 21 September 2021

Took some friends here to celebrate their birthday as we had heard very good things about the restaurant in particular. Our friends room was in the main house and very small. We had a room that is suitable for wheelchairs as I have a mobility issue. Very good bathroom and plenty of space but not what you would call a luxury room. At dinner you get 3 choices on each course which is limiting and the monkfish I had was very rubbery. Cooking is clearly of a high standard but the choices on the night were not very interesting, perhaps another evening would be more successful. Breakfast however was excellent Staff were mixed, reception very good, waiting staff less so. Certainly a different kind of hotel but long way to travel for an ordinary meal.

Date of stay: July 2021
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1  Thank buckersdude
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Reviewed 15 September 2021

The single track road that leads to the hotel can be a nightmare if the traffic is busy in the opposite direction. The road is festooned with signs telling you not to park, not to fish, not to camp, not to drink alcohol etc. I'm not sure how this would be policed, but that doesn't stop them telling you what not to do.

The hotel itself has been given a very regrettable pink paint job that does not sit well in the otherwise stunning location. The shipping container that has been bolted to the front also gives it a bit of a Hillbilly feel. The room we had was very small with the tiny single window offering great views of a car park and surrounding outbuildings.

The restaurant was at the front of the building and offered great views of the hills. The set menu is ultra minimal with no a la carte choices. We were served by differing members of staff, some who explained what the course was, some who did not. There were various mystery courses that did not feature on the menu, which was nice, but at the same time we ended up confused what we were actually eating due to the lack of guidance. That aside, the food was of a high standard throughout. Breakfast was also of a high standard and promptly served.

Another feature of room was the bizarre decision to put a super king size duvet on a double bed. This meant that unless most of the duvet was tucked under the mattress, it was left to hang down onto the floor, causing a tripping hazard in the very small room.

Given the prices involved and the expectations that surround this, I was fairly disappointed with the overall experience and won't be rushing back.

Date of stay: September 2021
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4  Thank Deepgiro
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