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First chance I’ve had to stay at his hotel, from the outset the place looked nice and welcoming.
Reception staff were friendly and helpful with no issues during check in or out.
The food here is fantastic, hats off to the kitchen team and chefs,...More
Had evening meal with a friend, really nice welcome from Danielle, who look after us all evening. I had the beef olives, hadn’t had them for years. Real good hearty meal on a cold windy night. Lots of choice on the desert menu, I opted...More
Had lunch today at Old Loans, not one of our better days at the hotel. Seated for two at the first table on right hand side of the rear main doorway. As always the service was first class, and the food quickly served However, it...More
We just returned to The Loans Inn for a 3 day get away after returning to visit the wife’s parents.
The Inn is close to the courses and is well positioned for access to the local area and still away from the main town.
Car park sizeable, welcome greeting very pleasant, as were all the staff. Food amazing. Toilets spotless. Drinks were a bit expensive, but the food more than made up for it. Have already booked our next visit. Will definitely return and strongly recommend.
The reason is simple- the outside wall behind the bed is also the wall of the kitchen immediately below, to which are attached 5 extractor fans (industrial units for the most part) which run from morning to night. As if... More
The reason is simple- the outside wall behind the bed is also the wall of the kitchen immediately below, to which are attached 5 extractor fans (industrial units for the most part) which run from morning to night. As if that's not enough a large fridge comes on and off during the night. Reckon on round-the-clock noise intrusion. Why is this state of affairs allowed to continue, despite complaints registered here by others before me (the most recent being October 2016)? If the hotel management refuses to act (e.g. by decommissioning Room 102 and any similar) then there should be reference to official inspectors who may well take as I and others have a very dim view and insist on immediate action with heavy penalties for non-compliance. Disturbed sleep, especially for folk with long drives ahead of them, is a serious matter.