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Remarkably perfect guest house but perhaps 25 years experience is how it is achieved. Everything you could want was to hand. Off road parking for the car was welcome as was the offer of garaged accommodation for our bikes.
My mom, daughter and I stayed here for 1 night while visiting family just up the road. Jennifer welcomed us and showed us to our room for three. The beds were comfy and each room has it's own bathroom with shower. The place was very...More
When we arrived we were made very welcome, we were showed to our exceptionally clean airy double room with everything we needed. The bed was super comfy having a vellux blanket instead of duvet. The breakfast was first class every thing cooked to perfection. The...More
4 family members stayed over night in this cosy quiet B&B. We had everything we needed after a day out and about. The en-suite rooms were comfortable. We had a lovely breakfast before heading off to Bute.
We were 2 Aussies touring Scotland and we found this Guest House one of the best we experienced throughout our 3 weeks tour of Scotland. Our hosts were extremely friendly, especially with giving directions to get to Arran and back to Glasgow, plus providing ideas...More
USD 85 - USD 103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello, I am considering booking for late November but I understand that there has been a big problem with seaweed. Could you please confirm whether it is still there or should I consider you sister hotel Crystal Cove. Many thanks.
19 September 2015|
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Response from Paul C | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, I hadn't heard about a seaweed problem when I was there. I was on business, delivering sailing dinghys to Sail Scotland at Cumbrae, and they didn't seem to have any issues.