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Driving from Edinburgh to Skye, a good half way point to stop. Stunning scenery on the Loch with its own ruined castle on the grounds. The perfect Scottish accommodation in a traditional country manor house, snowing outside, most welcome greeting and service from the family...More
If you're travelling the A82 north of Fort William you simply must make time to stop here. The real castle is a ruin in the extensive lochside grounds. However the hotel is a turreted Victorian country house dating from 1866. We stop on our way...More
Yet another great stay here.
It's very difficult to fault. We have been here now about 8 times over 15 years.
My advice to you is if your thinking of staying then book here. Importantly it is clean, very clean. The staff are friendly and...More
This is one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in . Perfect location, perfect room ( number 7 with bathroom in the turret ) , extremely pleasant , efficient, and helpful staff . We had two great dinners here and they were very...More
Lovely place lovely spot lovely people.
we stopped for lunch as we were traveling and wished we could of stopped and would go back.
we had tea and scone for two which was 9.60 and it was lovely if the rest of 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.