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We were there on 6 Nov. for a reception of only a few hours .
This has at one time been an elegant West Ferry mansion, turned now into a small hotel.
First impressions are crucial, the car park was a mess of dingy leaves...More
We stayed here for two nights. Check in at the bar, take the key and find the room.
The room was adequate but with very high ceilings and large single glazed windows, chilly the first night. Once warmed through it was fine the second night...More
Reading the other reviews it is apparent that many of the customers visit the hotel for the restaurant only and not to stay in any of the rooms. The accommodation is clean but dated. Single glazed windows do not keep the heat in and any...More
I recently had lunch and prior to going telephone the hotel and arranged to have plain Salmon with boiled rice. We were the only table yet we waited 30 minutes for our lunch. My first bit of salmon tasted very peppery , the second bit...More
This hotel is situated in lovely grounds with great views over the Tay. When I stayed occupancy was very low and you fear for its long-term viability. It may not annoy many visitors but for me the decor was only fair with over-painting of light...More
$76 - $111 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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