We just recently stayed at this B&B for one night and for the life of me I cannot see how it can advertise as a 4 star accommodation, the twin room we had was very small almost like a converted large cupboard, with a shower that was cramped and a curtain that clung to you like a wet newspaper on a windy day, the beds although adequate have metal headboards in an ornate style the gave a rendition of tubular bells every time you turned or moved, and with the creaky floors it was reminiscent of a 1960's ghost movie, the embossed wallpaper has surely seen better times in another decade, the small TV could be updated perhaps to flat screen, but to be fair the room was clean and pleasant enough.
Breakfast was as we requested although I noted the orange juice was whisked away after one glass was poured by the owner, may be you are only allowed one glass who knows I'm sure more would have been provided if requested, as we were offered more toast if required.
All in all I could only say this experience was average, but for a property boasting 4 stars and charging £70 I think upgrades in some areas would not go amiss.
- Also Known As:
- Ryeford Guest House Inverness, Scotland