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Reviewed November 19, 2020 via mobile

We had a voucher for B/B and 3 course dinner and hot cider on arrival, which was good value but I would not pay full price. Staff very friendly and welcoming, room was nice cosy and comfortable but when we went to have shower could not get hot water at 5pm. Not good. All covid rules in place and we felt safe. Dinner was advertised as 2 rosette fine dinning but unfortunately it was far from that and very disappointing as that was the reason we chose to go. Breakfast was fine but still not for a hotel advertising 2 rosettes. Surrounding area lovely. We won’t be back sorry.

Date of stay: November 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Scotlass123
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Reviewed November 1, 2020 via mobile

Stayed for 2 nights late October with our dogs. Lovely welcome with winter warmer drink brought to room and Hayfield room was great. Yes it is an older hotel with antique furniture and this all adds to the ambience. Dinner fantastic and breakfast perfect. Views and walks ideal and out in a rainy day coming back to warm welcoming hotel was wonderful. Very dog friendly although not over the top e.g. not allowed in dining room or bar. Look forward to returning.

Date of stay: October 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank andrewcA2910BQ
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Reviewed October 29, 2020

Lovely welcome on arrival. Coal fires burning in the hall and bar .
Our room was very large with lovely well loved furniture.
Dinner was most enjoyable ,
all 3 courses. The chocolate brownie was particularly delicious.
There are very nice walks to do around the hotel ( bring your wellies). Also a nice walk through the gardens to the loch.
Breakfast in the morning was very good with a varied selection to choose from.

Date of stay: October 2020
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Thank Marsaline
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Reviewed October 27, 2020 via mobile

We stayed at Ardanaiseig hotel for 3 nights whilst exploring Argyll and Bute. The hotel is old-worldly and situated on the banks of Loch Awe. The location was beautiful- we explored the grounds and saw a few deer around.
The staff were friendly and they were maintaining social distancing and covid rules very well.
We stayed in Room Awe - the room was lovely, the only thing was the shower was a bit of a nuisance.

All in all we really enjoyed our stay.
Also I would definitely recommend eating at the hotel for one night - the food was delicious especially the lemon posset and berry dessert. Yum.

Date of stay: October 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank Natasha W
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Reviewed October 27, 2020 via mobile

We stayed here for one night en route to Mull. First impressions were good. We stayed in the Boathouse on the loch which is described as a honeymoon suite. Thankfully, we were not on our honeymoon as I would have been disappointed! Although the building and views were incredible, the inside felt like a student’s flat. The furniture was bizarre and mismatched and did not in any way feel luxurious or well thought out. The bathroom was very disappointing! I don’t know why dark blue was chosen as the colour to paint the bedroom walls.

The walks on the grounds were gorgeous. Unfortunately, all guests are given a map with the Boathouse marked on it to visit. As there were no curtains on the windows out to the Loch, a number of guests the next morning who had gone to have a look at the jetty had the unfortunate view of me and my husband in a state of undress which was hugely embarrassing for all. It would be worthwhile having a sign near the Boathouse to other guests making it clear that it is a hotel room!

Food was fine. The atmosphere at dinner was very quiet and service was a little clumsy. Covid procedures were all in place and it did feel safe in this respect.

We wouldn’t hurry back unless some serious investment was made in refreshing the hotel and especially the Boathouse to make it feel really special.

Date of stay: September 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank taylors8990
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