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Roman Camp Hotel
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Reviewed 17 July 2012

Great quaint country style hotel with fantastic food and with 3 rosettes, the best that we have had in a long time and worth every penny. If you are looking for a romantic, relaxin break then this is the place.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank TravelBug1004
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Reviewed 4 June 2012

My partner and I stayed at the Roman Camp hotel on the Saturday night over the Queens Jubilee Saturday night. We had originally planned on spending the Sunday night away but plans changed last minute so only booked this, literally at 10pm on the Friday night.

Firstly the price, the Roman Camp hotel offers a half price option if booked at last minute if they have rooms available, so we only paid £75 for B&B (booked directly through the hotel). So we thought we would give it a go.

Firstly Calander is a really nice village in the foot of the highlands. It is one of the bigger towns in the area and has plenty of options for food, snacks, shopping (both Tesco and Co-Op are in town) so well as some walks that can be done from the high street or from short drives away.

We arrived at the Roman camp hotel and the first thing you notice is the VERY pink hotel. Not my taste I have to say but I am sure some people would love it. The grounds are amazing, lovely surroundings including (the highlight) the river running just to the back of the hotel. Entrance to the hotel is via a very small, old style wooden door. Sure, this hotel could have replaced this with a more modern door but we loved that they left if as it was (even if its hard to get in with suitcases...).

The room we had (The Crags) was very nicely appointed. Lovely HUGE king sized bed, a couple of lounges, some complementary still and sparkling water, complementary apples (all 6 of them) and complementary port. Very nice touch! The bed was super comfortable which lots of pillow choices so that was very nice to have. The bathroom had a very large spa bath (not a corner large but enough for me at 6’4”), which I had two of them.

We did not have dinner in the restaurant so can’t comment on that. The choices looked great though. The main areas of the hotel were lovely though. The bar area, library area for drinks / relaxing were all really nice and welcoming.

Breakfast was served in the restaurant and was full table service (very nice as most places now seem to think that buffet is good enough). The juice was nice, coffee was really nice, then the starters include a fruit salad (lovely and fresh) and the muesli (tasted freshly made) both were very nice. The “mains” we had were scrambled eggs, bacon and toast and a “full scotish” breakfast including black pudding, haggis, fruit pudding (read a slice of Xmas pudding, bit strange but left if for the end for a dessert), egg, bacon, toast, tomato. Both mains were very nice, freshly cooked and served hot.

All in all, we really enjoyed our stay at the Roman Camp hotel and WILL be coming back. Lovely hotel, very friendly staff, amazing surrounding areas, lovely town and amazing country side, what’s not to love?????

  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 1 June 2012

My Husband and I had our wedding here 2 years ago and we have gone back for both anniversaries since and not been disapointed. The wedding day itself was absolutely perfect, we got married down by the river. Every single one of our guests raved about the Roman Camp - and still do 2 years later! The grounds are fabulous, the building is chocolate box perfect and the inside is just magnificent. Each room is unique and in keeping with the style of the building. It is so relaxing and cosy and makes you feel at home. The food is excellent and very good value. Definately recommend the afternoon tea. The staff are all very very friendly and attentive. Couldnt ask for anything more. Absolutely cannot fault it one single bit.

Room Tip: All rooms are stunning and unique
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank JoroGlasgow
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Reviewed 30 May 2012

On a fishing experience on the Tay, my hubby booked us a room in this wonderful hotel. On arrival we were upgraded to a suite which was completed with bowl of fruit and decanter of sherry. A very old hotel with lots of character and little quirks, and the food in the restaurant is superb. The river Teith runs through it's grounds and there are lovely walks around the hotel and tranquil areas to sit and relax by the banks of the river. One of the best places to stay and relax in quite gentility. lovely

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Janmiker
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Reviewed 19 May 2012

We stayed here for just one night and appreciated the history, atmosphere and beauty of the surroundings. Our room was large and comfortable but the towels and linen are showing a bit of wear. We enjoyed dinner in the dining room, but were a little intimidated by the austere manner of the head waiter and I think it would have been more relaxing to have a little background music. The open fire was wonderful. We loved strolling through the grounds after dinner and in the morning our cheerful waitress happily served us a most excellent breakfast. The porridge was delicious.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Evaret
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