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We stayed in the family room which was perfect for a family with not one but 2 toilets.
The accommodations was amazing, the guest areas have the most incredible sea views, the food was delicious, fresh and locally sourced but what made the stay was...More
We stayed 2 nights at Sconser Lodge and really enjoyed it. It has a beautiful view. Breakfast was wonderful. The supper menu was small as one would expect. I found the venison to be a bit salty for my taste but otherwise quite good. The...More
It was an absolute pleasure to stay with the McMaths on their beautiful hotel.
The food was fresh and tasty.
Rooms were big and clean.
The hotel is next to the water.
It has a great bar, and we had live music one evening.
Spending 2 nights here. Very romantic setting right on loch. Dining memorable. Meaty oysters tasty. Mussels in cream/white wine broth equally delicious. But the creme de la creme was the lamb shank that fell off the bone. The mint mashed potatoes were unique & I...More
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When I booked it took a while for responses to be received by email, it certainly wasn't instant; however, don't let this put you off - it isn't a huge hotel with loads of staff. In fact Norrie seems to do... More
When I booked it took a while for responses to be received by email, it certainly wasn't instant; however, don't let this put you off - it isn't a huge hotel with loads of staff. In fact Norrie seems to do everything except the cooking. Fabulous place and I'm looking forward to staying again sometime.
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"Views of sea are more expensive but still well worth it in my opinion"