Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Scottish baronial at its best: all towers and turrets’, Beth and Murdo Macleod’s ‘very well-organised’, dog-friendly hotel stands in manicured lawns by the shores of Loch Long. Within the listed building are handsome rooms with original fireplaces, wood carvings, tartan carpets and notable stained glass. Several have views over the water towards the Argyllshire hills. ‘Imaginative’ four-course dinners are served in the loch-facing, panelled restaurant; more informal meals may be taken in the lounge bar. There are novels and board games to entertain. Outdoor adventure is found in the Arrochar Alps and Loch Lomond & The Trossachs national park. In Helensburgh, explore Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Hill House.
Argyll and Bute
15. 4 in an integrated modern extension.
all year except Christmas.
lounge bar, 2 dining rooms, library/billiard room, in-room TV, civil wedding licence, function facilities, terrace, ½-acre garden, dining areas wheelchair accessible, private moorings.
‘soft classical’ in restaurant.
all ages welcomed.
in 5 bedrooms, public rooms, dog-friendly dining room.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £124.50–£326.50. À la carte £45. 1-night bookings refused over New Year.
Two Night Mini-Break Special Offer
£145 per person. This offer includes a two-night stay in Master Room with roll top bath, a small bottle of Prosecco in room for arrival, a three-course dinner on the first night (upgrades to fine dining menu available) – and full Scottish Breakfast. Based on a couple sharing. Valid Monday to Thursday. From October. Please mention the Good Hotel Guide when booking.
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