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A very calm restful environment, the staff were very helpful, the food in the restaurant was excellent and the grounds were stunning. The weather was not great but that did not really matter. We will be back another time.
The Glengarry Castle Hotel is a very nice place to stay. The rooms are roomy and the service is very good. The hotel sits on beautiful grounds with lovely gardens and views. There is no lift, but you will get help with your bags from...More
Having more up on Loch Oich looking for an afternoon drink but unfortunately they don't serve drinks to non residents. We could have had afternoon tea but opted for the evening meal. What a good choice. Our meals were delicious, well cooked. We had 3...More
When you can lie in the bath looking out to the hills trying to spot a herd a Red Deer [no, I didn't], you know you've arrived. We enjoyed our brief stay. Now, if only the hotel could encourage the redneck yanks to remove their...More
My wife saw this hotel advertised in Scotland magazine some time ago. We had never heard of it before but as we were heading up to Skye we decided to stay one night to break the journey and we are so glad we did! The...More
Response from Mike Arran | Reviewed this property |
My understanding is that dogs are allowed in certain (but not the deluxe) bedrooms. However, they're not allowed in most of the public areas including the dining rooms. And I've never seen any in one of those rooms but I... More
My understanding is that dogs are allowed in certain (but not the deluxe) bedrooms. However, they're not allowed in most of the public areas including the dining rooms. And I've never seen any in one of those rooms but I have in the corridors and outside.
Check with the hotel to be sure.