Another very nice, friendly, relaxing return visit to a special family place. As always, great personal service from Andy & Joan, non intrusive, but always available if required.
For peace & quiet with a view, this is hard to beat.
To eat, it's a short walk or readily available taxi into town to choose from a variety of good restaurants.
We'll return again.
Fantastic warm welcome, beautiful surroundings, accommodation and breakfast second to none. Can't wait to come back and visit. House was stunning as were the sea views. Home made bread at breakfast was the icing on the cake. Andy and Joan were very attentive, friendly and professional hosts. We will be back for the bread making cook school soon! Highly recommended.
A warm welcome from Andy and Joan awaits you at Munros. We booked 1 nigh whilst over on the Island visiting friends.
Room 6 on the ground floor has amazing views across the bay as well as a large ensuite.
Wifi is available the breakfast was plentiful with cereals juices home made bread and fresh cooked breakfast.
A great B&B with very nice rooms and good in-room amenities (hot water bottle, spare blankets, hair dryer, tea, coffee & biscuits) also a lovely lounge area with log burning stove, which was very cosy on a cold night. Amazing views out across the water from our room (mini suite) and the breakfast room. Breakfast was delicious and plentiful. Andy & Joan were very friendly and knowledgeable about the island. We will definitely come back when we return to Bute.
We made a last-minute booking here for New Year. Despite not being officially open, Andy and Joan were happy to accommodate us, even inviting us to join their them and their friends for Hogmanay (which we did and had a great time).
We had stayed here before, and the B&B is every bit as lovely as it was the first time. The room was great (ours was a 'mini suite') with an immaculate ensuite, and fantastic breakfasts (including for veggies) with homemade bread.
Munro's also has a comfy guest lounge with log burner, books and wifi. Perfect to while away a few hours with glass of wine.
We spent two nights at Munro's at the beginning of November as a break from the city. Really peaceful and quiet and nice to get away. The hosts were friendly and had good tips to impart about the Isle of Bute, although we have visited many times, usually in self catering properties. Strongly recommend Munro's and if they can teach you to bake the bread that is served with the excellent breakfast, then the Bread Baking course must be tried out... Maybe next time... Local produce used in the breakfasts, and the McQueens black pudding is exceptional. 5 stars!
Our time on the island was pretty intense. Upon arrival police retained our car and we got a 300 pounds fine so we had no way to move around, but since we got to Munro´s Andy and his wife treated us as if we were family. We were starving and they droped us in to a small restaurant where we dined great and very cheap.
When we arrived after dinner the fire was lit and the views from our room were so nice that we started to forget about the horrible morning we had spent at the police station.Then in the morning we had breakfast in the conservatory overlooking to the sea thinking about what to do without car but Andy offered to make us a tour of the island as we had no car. Normally we would have said it was not necessary, but you could see in his face that he did not care at all and was happy to help. We not only saw the best spots on the island ( seals included :))but spent all morning talking and laughing at what had happened, and finally he made our trip worth it. I dont know how to thanks for everything so i just gonna say that is not only one of the nicest houses I've ever seen in my life but they also are very very nice ,funny and good people.Will be back for sure! :) Thanks for everything you were our angel!!xxx. Alma.