This place is a nasty eclectic mix of a poor attempt at a blues brothers themed bar with overpriced not very nice beer, a never open except for cold breakfast American 1950's diner and the bad scene's from the films 'Trainspotting' and 'The Shining' but with a slight Irish twang (its called paddy's) thrown in. Somehow, and I can't believe why, it just doesn't hang together. The half coat hangar from earlier reviews is still there and the drying room isn't one. We begged for the diner to be opened so we could eat on our first night... Oh dear. I should have just chewed my own used socks. My steak and gristle pie was, well, gristly and the sticky toffee barely warm pudding came with a fusion attempt at flavour mixes which shouldn't be tried.... Strawberry icecream... And I'm talking about BRIGHT pink icecream. The sticky bar tables were complemented perfectly by the sticky carpets, matched to a tee with the damp bedrooms and non existing central heating. And what is it with the music here???Don't stay here even if you are being chased by wild dogs and gun toting Mexican
bandits. Some of the staff were nice though....
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Tyndrum Inn has established itself for excellent food, accommodation, atmosphere and service. Set in the heart of some of the most stunning scenery that the British Isles has to offer, The Tyndrum Inn is becoming ever more popular with local people and passing visitors alike. We are located directly on the West Highland Way, and close to Glencoe with its hillwalking and skiing, and The Nevis Range with all it has to offer. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Tyndrum Hotel Tyndrum
- The Tyndrum Inn Scotland