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have been going to Glenelg over the years and the food, the scenery and open fires make it a must whenever I'm i the area, The drive alone over the mountains is worth it before you dip down into Scotland's capital of sheepdogs :-) and...More
great one night stay at the inn.. lovely warm room and fantastic views of the sea and mountains.
Fantastic food in the inn and although the place was full the service by Sheila and her hardworking team was superb... all in all a most brilliant...More
We were, perhaps not surprisingly the only guests in the Glenelg Inn on a glorious March weekend. The area is of course lovely and the Glenelg has a monopoly of hotel accommodation. The pub is pleasant and the bar food was fine although the choice...More
Where do I start. Every box is ticked. Location, Service, Food, Character, Locals, Staff, Atmosphere I could go on and on and on. I would love to keep this place a secret so I'm guaranteed a room every time. Every visit we are welcomed like...More
My husband, Jim, and I stayed three nights at the Glenelg Inn and could not have been happier. We were warmly welcomed the moment we arrived, and treated somewhere between family and royalty the entire time. The Inn itself is lovely - spotless and comfortable,...More