My husband and I just back from a short break at this hotel. Our room was round the corner from hotel which you dont expect, in fact a separate building with its own door It was reminiscent of a dungeon and tiny. The double bed was tiny with awful mattress. The room was not terribly clean either. The one evening meal we had was mediocre and breakfast unusual . We go to Bute a lot but certainly will not be staying here again. The bar was empty every night and my husband is a real ale enthusiast and there was none on. Seemingly only available in July and August and I would imagine to facilitate the yachting fraternity !!! Also no dressing table but then again there would be no room for one so any ladies wanting to dry hair, do make up etc you cannot. I was glad I had a decent sized hand mirror with me !!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Seashore stone-built village inn at the yacht village of Port Bannatyne, 2 miles from Rothesay on the Scottish Isle of Bute. Run by a Russian family, there are four inexpensive guestrooms and in the famous Russian Tavern local Real Ales are poured directly from the cask, freshly landed seafood or fine Russian specialties are served with a huge selection of Russian wines, beers and vodkas. The scenery is truly a film-set! ... more less