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Creag Dhubh was recommended to us on our trip from Skye back home. On a very stormy night we arrived to a warm welcome from Janice and Richard who had kindly lit a fire for us in the guest lounge. Comfortable night's stay with delicious...More
Creag Dhub is a beautiful house in a wonderful location. Inside it is equally outstanding. It is everything one would look for in a guest house. Spacious rooms and beautifully furnished. The hostess was very pleasant, helpful and attentive. Breakfast was delicious. If you have...More
This sis our second visit, and once again Janice and Richard were excellent hosts, The rooms are superb and some have excellent views of the Loch. It's only a short walk into Inveraray, which has numerous places to eat.
Janice and Richard are wonderful hosts in this comfortable, cosy, immaculate home. Excellent accommodation with lovely views over the Loch. Good, freshly prepared breakfast. We have stayed here many times and highly recommend it.
This is a small bed and breakfast situated just on the outskirts of Inveraray and run by Richard and Janice, a very charming couple. Beds were comfortable, the breakfasts cooked to order and large in quantity. The hosting informative, friendly without being intrusive. Overall, a...More
Response from Elizabeth P | Reviewed this property |
We are pretty sure that they do not accept pets,but it would be worth phoning the owners because they will probably know of somewhere in or around Inveraray that does as it is quite a small place and folk know each other... More
We are pretty sure that they do not accept pets,but it would be worth phoning the owners because they will probably know of somewhere in or around Inveraray that does as it is quite a small place and folk know each other well.