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Just back from a one night stay and wanted to write this review whilst the glow of the trip was still fresh. Set in stunning scenery, this is trossachs hotel for this century! Loved the modern eclectic decor put together in a cosy homely way...More
Beautiful location. We arrived during darkness so didn't know what to expect - beautiful autumnal walks with fabulous views over both Lochs. Dinner was superb and the lamb was probably the best I've ever eaten. The barman was great and mixed us made to measure...More
We stayed here for one night with another couple and were bit shocked at the overall style ( or lack of it) of the hotel. Quirky is being kind as it looked as if there was no real attempt at high- end decor but rather...More
We recently stayed for a night DBB. The room was lovely and a generous size but needs a few touch ups to make it totally high end.
The welcome from staff was excellent.
The bar was tiny but we were lucky and managed to get...More
Had been looking forward to a to this trip for quite a while. Gorgeous setting, some lovely touches, so why aren't I raving? For this money, didn't expect to have to carry the luggage upstairs - finally had to ask the girl showing us around...More
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US$254 - US$295 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Lisboeta56 | Reviewed this property |
On 3 visits we have never been able to access wi-fi. It is a vrey remote location. To get a phone signal you need to move away from the hotel and stand near a very specific tree in the far garden to get any signal at all.
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"Don't stay in room 1. But preferably go somewhere like the Albanach, its a lot better value."