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All reviews loch tay oldest inn in scotland west wing rabbie burns poets bar overlooking the river boars head veranda room beautiful location buffet style haggis taymouth castle hot tub main restaurant log fire waiting staff food was lovely
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. Very friendly staff on reception. Gorgeous huge bed in our room in the building across the street which was lovely and cosy. Even had Netflix access on tv which we found fantastic! Lovely walks nearby. Had a nice drink...More
Stayed for 2 nights midweek. This is the oldest Inn in Scotland, it's almost 500 years old so you expect some quirkiness with wear and tear and winding corridors. We booked a superior room and are so glad we did. Very large room in the...More
We visited here whilst staying at the Kenmore Club.
On our first exploratory visit, the reception desk is almost directly in front of you as you walk in, but the lady behind the desk, who watched us walk in, never even raised a smile, let...More
Near Loch Tay, Crannog Center, and Aberfeldy.
Room large with sitting chairs. Good shower. Weak breakfast. Friendly staff. Lack of plugs. Would stay there again.
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In a great location between the loch and the river the room had views of both so was very pleased.The food was of high quality and the dining room overlooked the river with good views,room clean and up to date we stayed in a room...More
We were on the second floor at the end of a maize of hallways with a view of a maintenance area - not much of a view. Others in our group did have views of the river or lake. May be best to ask the hotel staff for a... More
We were on the second floor at the end of a maize of hallways with a view of a maintenance area - not much of a view. Others in our group did have views of the river or lake. May be best to ask the hotel staff for a recommendation.