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A lovely wee hotel in the heart of Dunblane with 11 tastefully furnished and decorated ensuite bedrooms. A lovely guest lounge, bar and dining room with breathtaking views over the cathedral. Free High Speed Internet and wifi
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Grade: 80 out of 100
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1-7 Kirk Street Cathedral Square, Dunblane FK15 0AL Scotland
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After the first day of left-side driving, all we wanted was terra firma. Then we got to the Old Churches House Hotel. Our room (we asked for twin beds) was tiny, cozy and perfect. The touches of plaid subtle, as if saying, this is Scotland,...More
We absolutely loved staying at this hotel! The food, especially the breakfast, was absolutely amazing, and our room were very cozy and relaxing. We especially loved the location of the hotel, and the view of the cathedral and cemetery from our room. Will definitely recommend.
Friendly staff and lovely outside terrace. Only visited for drinks, however menu looked very good too. Didn’t realise it was a hotel at first. Would consider staying here in future as rooms look very nice too.
Very disappointed. Arrived to find that room type we had booked was not right and knew in annexe but shocked to find above pub and up many stairs. Travel a lot in world and stayed in many hotels but could not get a meal arriving...More
The room given on arrival was appalling. No number on the door so as we were in the annexe, we had to return to the main hotel for location of the room. It was situated behind a door marked private?? The room (No.16) had no...More