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This review is well overdue! My husband and I stayed here for one night during a 14 day LEJOG cycle ride in September 2013. When we arrived we were tired, wet and cold as we had had a hard day cycling in the rain. Kareen...More
Stayed at the Rowans from the 10th Feb to 13th Feb. It was fabulous. Very nice flat. Stylish and clean. Everything you need is there. Views were lovely (opposite the loch) we loved our stay there. Very warm and cosy. Plenty of walks close to....More
As the other reviewers say, you won't get a more friendly welcome than from Kareen and we hugely enjoyed our one night stop over here. Pleasant room and really excellent breakfast delivered all that one could want from a B&B. Only issue was with Kareen's...More
We were so happy to find this marvelous place after two nights of tenting under heavy rain and storm. Such a warm bed, so clean... Karen was a super host, welcoming, helpful, cooked us a great breakfast. You can be sure to have a perfect...More
I arranged a last minute trip by bus from Glasgow to Glencoe and fortunately found a room at Lios Mhoire Bed and Breakfast. It was a very short walk from the bus stop. The room was clean and Kareen kindly checked me in early. The...More
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Hiya John. We booked through cottages4you. The contact number was out of service so we couldn't contact owner direct. Wish you luck in booking this place. we had a lovely stay. it says b& b but it's self catering... More
Hiya John. We booked through cottages4you. The contact number was out of service so we couldn't contact owner direct. Wish you luck in booking this place. we had a lovely stay. it says b& b but it's self catering accommodation.
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"We were in the back twin room that was quite small with no open views, except the hills behind, but it was..."