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All reviewseasy breaksa la carte menuloch viewcobblercourse mealdinner bed and breakfastnight breakplenty of hot waterexcellent value for moneygreat weekenda lovely staystunning viewsfood was lovelyhaggisentertainmentdbbsupplement
Decided to stop in this wee village for a wee smooch stop. Don’t be fooled by Arrochars poor weather and poorly painted establishments. It’s actually quite a delightful wee place. The hotel was EXACTLY as I expected, staff with different accents, rooms dated and bar...More
Booked DBB, very last minute for wife and I.
Phoned in advance and asked for a room with a loch view if possible.
Easy, quick and very friendly check in, dinner booked and up to our room.
Clean, very spacious with bath and shower, flat...More
We booked in advance through Booking.com but when we arrived a lady was at the counter who had walked in enquiring about a room for the night and was offered the same type of room as us for a cheaper rate! When i queried this...More
Good points of this hotel is defnitly the friendly staff. Evening meals were very good & a choice of 3 items Bedroom was facing loch long which was a lovely view. Bad point was the shower/ bathroom. You were lucky to get a trickle of...More
What a fantastic hotel. We paid a little extra for a loch view and we were not disappointed. It was stunning! The room was clean and perfect. No matter how long you stay. I was very surprised seeing dogs allowed to stay, you would never...More
We travelled by car, but suggest you check out scotrail.c0.uk/sites/default/files/assets/download_ct/whl-tmtbl-map.pdf and times. Unlike most European public transport, our UK "public" systems are private, fragmented, and... More
We travelled by car, but suggest you check out scotrail.c0.uk/sites/default/files/assets/download_ct/whl-tmtbl-map.pdf and times. Unlike most European public transport, our UK "public" systems are private, fragmented, and un-coordinated... hence road overloads. Good luck!