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Called in for an evening meal, the receptionist was very pleasant and welcoming to us and our dog, Bobo.
However, the food was a huge disappointment, my burger was very over cooked, the chips were soggy, as was the lettuce.
Not great to see food...More
The Kenmore Hotel has a lot going for it - history, location and views. However, it is in need of some TLC to the bar area and some of the other rooms. We first visited in 1999 and the impression is that some areas have...More
We had lunch here after a walk to the nearby Taymouth Castle for lunch. It was welcoming but very quiet. The burns memorabilia on the walls of the quaint little bar were fantastic and lunch was more than acceptable. A good place to stop.
Lovely old historic hotel with spectacular views of the river Tay and the historic bridge from the glass fronted restaurant. The poet's bar was lovely and cosy and there was plenty of seating outside for those lucky enough to get good weather! We hope to...More
My boyfriend and I stayed at the hotel on a Saturday night and had a wonderful time.
The food was delicious and the staff were very attentive. Will definitely return at some point.
Only one point to note which was the flush in our bathroom...More
USD 92 - USD 189 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official star rating provided by VisitScotland, the National Tourist Board.
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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.
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"Main building - the cottage rooms opposite look shabby"