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Probably the oldest coaching inn to be found in Scotland, the Huntly Arms Hotel was first built in 1432 and has played host to Jacobite leaders and even later, Queen Victoria. Located in the heart of Royal Deeside the hotel has retained much of its traditional charm and character and is...
Travelling as a group for a family wedding,this hotel was in an ideal place for our weekend stay.We booked three rooms at a cost of £800 for a Friday -Monday stay.The family room,2adults and 2 children had to carry suitcases and bags up so many...More
We stayed here this weekend as we attended a family wedding and I can comfortably say it is the worst hotel I’ve ever stayed in. The hotel is full of tired decor with wallpaper peeling from the walls and ceilings hanging down, I even spotted...More
Stayed one night but wouldn't again. Although cheap not really cheerful. A building that once have been a good hotel is no more! Apparently owned by a southern England company it certainly is the forgotten outpost. The decor was drab and dark, wallpaper coming off...More
We booked through Booking.com and did not list any special requirements so we were allocated a room on the second floor and there was no lift. Although we are fit we are both in our 70s and on request the hotel immediately moved us to...More
We had a triple room which was dated and in need of upgrading. The heating was on full and you can't adjust the temperature. The shower also didn't work properly. There appeared to be only one member of staff on duty, the barman Trevor who...More