Last minute business booking for one night, en route from Aberdeen to Inverness.
The room had two single beds (somewhat squeeky), a round coffee table with two bucket chairs squeezed together, a table housing the tea/coffee making facilities and hobbits wardrobe (just as well I'm not a cross dresser, as dresses wouldn't fit in it). The walk-in shower has a curtain that does not reach the shower base, resulting in the bathroom floor taking a regular soaking.
It's an old building with an old layout but it is what it is and it's minor flaws are more than made up for by the super friendly atmosphere within the lounge bar area.
I ordered my evening meal at the bar and also decided to eat it there rather than take up a table which could be utilised by more than one person seeking an evening meal, of which there was a great many.
The food was nothing fancy, just typical substantial pub grub but served promptly and reasonably priced.
A decent cooked breakfast was served next morning to set you up for the day.
All in all, as long as you do not expect luxury, it's fair to say that the price charged reflects the standard of the accomodation but the friendly, homely atmosphere is priceless.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking