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Our sea facing front room was comfortable and clean but the bathroom was let down by a low shower head and light which streamed through all nigh from the hall.
Our rather ancient TV was inadequate and although non essential needs to be updated.
My wife and I stayed in this hotel for 6 nights in August 2017. The hotel is excellent. The owners were extremely friendly and helpful. We stayed in a seaview room with a bay window looking over The Kyles of Bute. If you are lucky...More
Was staying in Tighnabruaich and chose to have dinner there. The decor of the hotel is lovely, there was attentive service. Beautiful choice of courses and they accommodated one of the diner's dietary requirements extremely well. Only suggestion is that portions are on the small...More
Firstly, I have never stayed at or eaten at the Royal an Lochan in Tighnabruiach... yet.
Let me explain... I am a local bus driver in the Argyll area, and on Monday the 24th July, the road connecting Tighnabruiach to Dunoon was closed off due...More
Welcomed professionally by charming staff. Good sized room. Not much power in the shower, but perfectly acceptable. Wonderful fluffy towels. Good bed. Nice touches in a traditional manner. Pleasant stay.
Response from Lissy2016 | Reviewed this property |
If you mean in terms of physically disability/mobility issues I can't be 100% sure but I don't believe there is accommodation on the ground floor, nor is there a lift, I would assume that two flights of stairs to the first... More
If you mean in terms of physically disability/mobility issues I can't be 100% sure but I don't believe there is accommodation on the ground floor, nor is there a lift, I would assume that two flights of stairs to the first floor would need to be achievable but I would definitely contact the hotel - the owners are lovely and could advise and accommodate wherever possible.
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"Views of the Kyles of Bute - a sea loch, really - are worth the extra."