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Stayed one night in June. Great hotel, apparently our room was Queen Elizabeth’s dressing room in 1968 which was interesting. It was a small room with a small bathroom, no bath as it happens but really clean. The bed was two singles clamped together but...More
Unforgettable antique castle hotel accommodation experience, great! Beautifully laid-out layout, charming old staircase, fireplace and stained glass windows. The castle has a variety of natural landscapes, including a rose garden and a lotus pond. There are also many wild animals that can be seen while...More
Stayed here for 2 nights while doing some National trust properties plus the Museum of flight which was very interesting.
On checking in we were upgraded to a suite at the front which had a large bay window with 2 chairs and a table where...More
Stayed here for a night after arranging on booking.com the room we were given could only be described as an attic room very claustrophobic, the mattress had seen better days there was no chair in the room probably because there wasn't room for one and...More
We wanted to splurge on our last night in Scotland after spending a week driving. This was the best decision ever!! From checking in, to strolling the garden, library and sitting rooms, the experience was far more than we had expected. The standard rooms were...More
I'm not too sure there is public transport available from Carberry. I think the best bet is to take a cab (that's what we did.) It's only about a 20 minute ride by cab and was NOT that expensive. (I remember thinking it... More
I'm not too sure there is public transport available from Carberry. I think the best bet is to take a cab (that's what we did.) It's only about a 20 minute ride by cab and was NOT that expensive. (I remember thinking it would cost a lot and was surprised that it did not.) Of course, I live near Boston where it costs about $75 to get from Logan Airport to our house, so a cab fair of 20-some pounds for all 4 of us and all our luggage did not seem extravagant. It might've even been less.