It wasn't the friendliest of welcomes, the owner, an Indian doctor, said there was nowhere to store our bikes, even though we'd told him in advance that we were on a cycling holiday, and that we'd have to lock them at the front of the hotel. The Scottish manageress standing alongside him looked a trifle uncomfortable with his uncompromising attitude. Before we'd even unloaded and locked our bikes, the owner was hassling us to sign the book and pay the balance for our night's stay.
The hotel itself was very basic but quiet, clean and comfortable, and very cheap at £50 for a family room accommodating the three of us, and with a great view out to the Clyde. Furniture was mismatched, and the lavatory had an old fashioned high cistern with chain pull.
- Also Known As:
- Western Hotel Dunoon, Scotland