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overpriced. the room was freezing cold. the food was awful and expensive.
we would never go back. the reception was dull and had a smell of damp.
we had a few questions at different times when we went to the reception we had to ring...More
Initial feeling was of slight disappointment, probably because the entrance lobby had a lightly damp smell and our garden view bedroom was quite tight. Add the fact that it was painted in my least favourite colour with a re-touch definitely required, and there you go....More
Based in a beautiful area, that is quiet and welcoming. The hotel is dark, dingy and very dated- that and the bar toilets need a face lift. The food was lovely and so were the staff, who worked exceptionally well to man the bar, restaurant...More
Not convinced about the name but there are paintings for sale. Old inn cleverly extended with function room used as dining room with bar. There are seven modernised bedrooms. Food is OK but menu a bit limited. Lower room rates out of summer season
We stayed for one night, The position is good with views to the water. Room was clran and comfortable.
The restaurant is large and was not busy however our food was very nice. The restaurant has lovely views
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US$81 - US$113 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes, there's a wee store 200 yds down the road, but shut at 6pm when we were there.
As for ice, I'd get a whiskey and a glass of wine in the bar, ask for a half pint of ice and retire to your room.
Response from garyandalikaye | Reviewed this property |
Well you could ask, but Not really cricket Darling when they have a very nice wine list and exceptional choice of whiskies they would like to sell you. If you insist on drinking your own in holiday ( which you can enjoy... More
Well you could ask, but Not really cricket Darling when they have a very nice wine list and exceptional choice of whiskies they would like to sell you. If you insist on drinking your own in holiday ( which you can enjoy anytime at home of course), I would take your own glasses and forego the ice.
Enjoy your trip, it's beautiful there! Jealous.