Best ever hospitality, anywhere. Luxury little room with big luxury bathroom. Very clean. So comfy, so generous, so lovely. Good dinner and complimentary wine and breakfast. Nice garden view. We’re very pleased.
Absolutely amazing place to eat and drink. Norma the manager is the sweetest and their chef is the best. Try the chicken curry! We are having our wedding there in August and could not be more excited. Do yourself a favour and check this place out!
We had confirmed reservations (booked in Feb.) but got “bumped” by a wedding party taking over the whole hotel two days before we were to arrive! They referred us to a hotel 35 min away at twice the price. Really caught us off guard. Greed - not an attractive trait, and unethical. Beware!
We would never stay again, for $165. They charge $100. To Much! You could sleep with AirConditioner beside the bed. The bed was so soft for two people you just fall to the center! We left at 7am as we wanted to get home to get some sleep, as it wasn’t happening their! If we knew the hotel was like that we would have driven home 3 hrs. at least we would get some sleep! Plus the AirConditioner was not that effective!
The Breadalbane Inn is a nice old hotel in Fergus, Ontario. The people are nice, especially the evening staff performs well. We slept there three nights and we didn’t get any housekeeping during this time. I think housekeeping is a problem at this hotel anyway because you do not want to look underneath beds and cupboards anyway, so no recommendations for people with house dust mites… The room are equipped with all you need. Beds sleep good.
We stayed at the Breadalbane Inn for one night because we had a family event in the area. Never having been to Fergus before, we were pleasantly surprised by how charming and picturesque the town is. The inn's architecture creates a good first impression, and we received a warm welcome at check in. We reserved one of their best suites, but the inn had lots of vacancies, so they showed us two different ones and allowed us to choose. We stuck with the "Cardinal Suite" because it looked like it would be quieter. The room was dark and the decor dated (a sort of Victorian "bed and breakfast mishmash"), but it did come with bathrobes and proper wine glasses. We unpacked and spent an hour or so exploring the town. Dinner at the hotel was surprisingly good (and more expensive than our room!). While we slept okay, we wished the windows could open for better air circulation. The included continental breakfast the next morning was limited but enough to start the day. I'm sure this is the best option in town, but manage your expectations. It's not at the same level as other "Ontario's Finest Inns" or "Vintage Hotels" at which we've stayed.…
There was a private party on the Scottish side so no seating on patio. We went to the other side to sit on the patio. Not many customers, so there should have been excellent service. Sadly we had the worst service we have ever experienced. First we had to wait 20 minutes for a glass of water and I went to retrieve my own menus. The $14 cocktails were very much lacking taste and pizazz . More flavour in a cooler! The food - well the waitress was afraid to go in the kitchen to ask ... we waited over an hour for our food. Our waitress was not on the ball very slow and lacked “ service” skills. Zero understanding that the appetizer is brought before the meal and salt and pepper and utensils to accommodate. Our dirty plates never were taken away which she should have done Before She served a newly arrived table drinks. We got our bill and Paid and our plates were still sitting there when we left! Atrocious service and lack of attention to detail. We tipped the waitress only 10 %. it wasn’t a great tip , we felt like she didn’t earn a penny of it to be honest. All she had to do was provide a little better service and her tip would have been double. Shame because we will never go back now and we frequented there often. Overall the whole dining experience was a disaster and we were getting ready to leave for the extra long wait times for everything from the start all the way through to the end.👎👎👎…
Great place... lovely craft beer ( Four Fathers, Cowbell, Fixed Gear, Elora Brew Co etc )... top service and food to fill yer boots full. I'll be back when next in Canada.... but this place is a gem of a pub.
Spent a wonderful 2 nights at this Inn. The staff were wonderful and the food and service superb. The character and ambiance of the Inn was excellent. It was immaculate and full of charm and character.
Its a small Inn with about 10 rooms located in the beautiful town of Fergus. We stayed there for 2 nights and had a really great experience, from a comfort, food and service perspective. The room picked out of the reviews was the McCutty room (spelt differently I am sure) as it has a private balcony overlooking the back garden. This room was not in the main building, but rather in the annex next door. Comfortably decorated with a jacuzzi and a skylight - which we enjoyed. Both nights we also had tea brought to our room after dinner with just a quick call to the restaurant, and we liked that as there were no hot drinks available in the room itself. We ate at both the scozia restaurant and the pub, though the menu was the same due to covid. The bread and the salad were tasty, rib-eye steak was done as requested and the salmon was moist and delicious. The chicken pot pie and the wings were good as any I have had and very flavorful (am not a wings or a pot pie person so you can take that with a grain of salt). Service was great at the restaurant even though they may be short staffed due to the pandemic, and covid protocols were being strictly observed which was appreciated. Patio was totally relaxing and very nice with flowers and plants all around us. Breakfast in the sun room was also a different experience, we were served by Carly on both days and she was just awesome and provided us with recommendations on things to do. Total real estate dedicated to the eating areas was impressive, as there were multiple places to sit indoors as well as out, and it felt like we were eating in a new restaurant each time, and that was a big bonus. The decor of the inn in general was quaint, and we enjoy that feel, as long as its comfortable and not run down, and that was the case here. The annex was chosen specifically because the 4 sleeping quarters there were newer. The restaurants looked well cared for, cannot say much about the bed rooms in the main building as I did not get a look at those. Parking was not an issue at this time of year though in peak summer one would probably have to park in the streets as there were maybe 8-10 spots that I could observe. We will definitely come back.…