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All reviews loch tay oldest inn in scotland west wing rabbie burns poets bar overlooking the river boars head veranda room beautiful location buffet style haggis taymouth castle poached eggs hot tub main restaurant log fire food was lovely
Arrived for lunch at 13.00 and directed to restaurant overlooking the spectacular River Tay.
Only one earlier table occupied but advised by staff member he was nor accepting any more diners. Pressed, he grudgingly offered a table but would not guarantee a speedy or good...More
I booked and paid for a 4 night stay 3 weeks before the 25th November. We were meeting my son and new partner who were driving up fronm Sussex to spend a few days with us.I phoned Kenmore club to ask for a cottage near...More
Stayed here with my husband for an overnight. Honestly can’t fault it. Absolutely beautiful surroundings. A warm welcome with an open fire at reception. Amazing views from our room. Dinner was fabulous! Staff are very friendly and the bar is cozy, relaxed and dog friendly.
My husband booked this hotel for our anniversary with itison. We were fortunate enough to be given an executive double room with a veranda (the veranda room). It was lovely and all furniture had a historic feel. There were some parts that seemed quite worn...More
This was disappointing. The hotel needs investment and the bar, restaurant and our room was very drafty. The drinks in the rather drab bar were extortionate! Our evening meal was average at best- cold veg and the sticky toffee pudding was no better than a...More
We were on the second floor at the end of a maize of hallways with a view of a maintenance area - not much of a view. Others in our group did have views of the river or lake. May be best to ask the hotel staff for a... More
We were on the second floor at the end of a maize of hallways with a view of a maintenance area - not much of a view. Others in our group did have views of the river or lake. May be best to ask the hotel staff for a recommendation.