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I stayed one night with my son whilst on a cycling trip and we enjoyed a very friendly welcome, a comfortable room and excellent food - we ate in the bar and it was some of the best bar food we've ever had. Bar staff...More
We walked the Arran Coastal Way over 5 days and stayed here 2 nights and absolutely loved it. The service was warm and personal and the Lodge is a charming old building that has been furnished beautifully. Ian, the owner, came to collect us at...More
The Lodge is located in the heart of this small village. It is an old style establishment with old style furniture and fittings. As others have said if you are looking for modern furniture and large flat screen TV, etc. then this probably isn't the...More
Just returned from a shortened stay at this hotel where we left early.
What can I say I was disgusted we were put in a room you would not put a dog into.
Light over the toilet broken, no light working in the bedroom -...More
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Response from ann_relf, Owner at Blackwaterfoot LodgeResponded 25 July 2016
Oh dear. Such a negative experience cetainly merits a reply. You booked a room for yourself and your daughter with a full understanding of the position and style and price. You opted for the cheaper room but found it to be unsatisfactory. I was unable...More
Stayed overnight after walking from Loch Ranza on the coastal path.We arrived tired after a long day.The pre-meal drinks went down well, especially the large selection of gin with fruit, as did the food in the Black Grouse restaurant.We loved the spacious bathroom and a...More