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This hotel is a nice castle, but for us the hotel had a very average quality. It just did not give us the cosy feeling. This starts when entering the lobby: ugly neon lamps destroy any comfy feeling. The dinner is poor quality, and the...More
We moored our boat at the little pier on Loch Lochy and booked for dinner. We were a little apprehensive - people from a boat in a posh hotel, not dressed properly? Not to worry, we were welcomed into the drawing room with g&t's and...More
I had a wonderful weekend at the Glengarry Castle in early August. I had a single room, which had a beautiful full bathroom. The staff was excellent - very friendly and warm. And the view of Loch Oich can't be beat.
We headed for Glengarry Castle after finding ourselves in need of a bite to eat - an old copy of "Scotland the Best" suggested it might be a good idea. It was after 2pm and we were too late for lunch. But despite this we...More
Glengarry Castle Hotel has good sized rooms for families with young kids and very big warmm and comfortable bathrooms, which have been renovated.
It is situated on beautiful lush grounds by Loch Oich with the haunting Glengarry Castle ruin and an eerie capsized boat on...More
Response from Mike Arran | Reviewed this property |
My understanding is that dogs are allowed in certain (but not the deluxe) bedrooms. However, they're not allowed in most of the public areas including the dining rooms. And I've never seen any in one of those rooms but I... More
My understanding is that dogs are allowed in certain (but not the deluxe) bedrooms. However, they're not allowed in most of the public areas including the dining rooms. And I've never seen any in one of those rooms but I have in the corridors and outside.
Check with the hotel to be sure.