This is a beautiful place. The grounds and house are stunning. However, unless you like a military type of ritual you might want to keep looking. We arrived early and asked if we could leave our bags while we walked around town. We were told to set them by the stairs and while we were getting our daypacks ready, the owner Sam was getting obviously annoyed with us. Finally he asked us to leave as they "girls" had a lot of cleaning to do.
We headed back to the B&B well after check in time, to be escorted up to our room. Sam was friendly enough at this point and we even got him to pose for a picture.
The next morning we are heading off to start the Great Glen Way hiking trail, so we were getting stuff ready in our room when all of the sudden Sam (who we deemed 'Mean Man Sam') pounds on the door telling us we needed to come down for breakfast. We apologized and said we would be down momentarily. About 5 minutes later, MMS is pounding on our door again, this time he was pissed! We immediately followed him out, feeling like we had just gotten yelled at by our parents. Once at breakfast, it was like pulling teeth to try and engage him or his wife in any type of conversation. Not until we brought up the children, did she warm up and we never saw MMS again until we paid and left. We felt like we had been placed in timeout and it was uncomfortable.
I would not stay again because of Sam and his "rules" unless I couldn't find anything else which is a shame. It is a beautiful place in a perfect location to see the town by foot. We were quiet and respectful and didn't deserve to be treated like children when we are over 40.
We had three people and got a great room that accommodated all of us. It is a small B&B.
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