Booked here last minute the night before. Lovely greeting on arrival swift check in and we were asked to pay there and then and taken through to the bar to use the card machine. Directions to the room were given and we retrieved our luggage and found the room in the dark as none of the landing lights were on.
Room was small but very clean with lovely deep carpet, which looked to be new. Large flat screen TV on the wall and nice furnishings. The toilet made the most horrendous noise when flushed and the shower clunked and clonked very loudly, all clean though.
We decided to eat at the hotel and soon found out we were the only ones dining so nil in the way of atmosphere. Food was acceptable but nothing special.
Breakfast is between 7.30 and 8.30, we arrived at 8 and once again we were the only people present. Choice of apple or orange juice, various cereals in plastic tupper ware boxes, 3 over ripe bananas and a bowl of tangerines. There was a toasting machine and plenty of brown or white fresh bread. The cooked breakfast was the poorest offering the whole holiday and the sausage were off and past their sell by date. We both took 1 bite and had to spit out (for the want of a better word) the mouthful. The lady owner must have realised that we had both left the sausage.
To be honest we almost turned around when we arrived, the hotel really does need to work on its curb appeal, it looks dull and a little run down, new signs might help and some colour.
That said once again we could not fault the warm Scottish welcome.
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