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Like an English country house (albeit in Scotland). Dating from 1765 with a spacious residents' lounge as you come in, and a very relaxed atmosphere. There are Persian rugs and nice sporting pictures and prints and we had a comfortable room with good antique furniture....More
This is a great small hotel with a lovely ambiance. The furnishings and paintings are top quality. In the winter there are real fires in the drawing room where you can take coffee after your meal. The food is very good. You will not be...More
Historic hotel in lovely village of Comrie food excellent both at dinner and breakfast.nothing a bother to staff.Decor shabby chic plenty comfy sofas in the library to read papers.Will be back as lots of spectacular scenery on the doorstep
This hotel had to rank as one of my all time favourites in Scotland - until I returned last week.
The carpets in the communal areas are in urgent need of replacement - or at least a clean. The bed in our room had no...More
Yet another pleasant stay at this comfy hotel, absolutely no problems, friendly staff cosy room, only small criticism is the dining room is very quiet could do with some background music. Comrie is a peaceful quiet town with lovely walks in the area. Will be...More
Response from Paddycumms | Reviewed this property |
No idea...why not phone the hotel and ask?WE love it there and there are loads of lovely walks from the hotel, so phone them and ask...they may also do a better deal direct than going through one of the hotel websites, if... More
No idea...why not phone the hotel and ask?WE love it there and there are loads of lovely walks from the hotel, so phone them and ask...they may also do a better deal direct than going through one of the hotel websites, if you ask them...their phone number will be on their website if you google it
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"Probably best at the back as there was some road noise overnight and when the pubs emptied out"