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Situated on the banks of Loch Long, one of the magnificent sea lochs of Scotland, Knockderry Country House Hotel was once a fabulous summer house for a Glaswegian industrialist and his family. Now owned by Murdo and Beth MacLeod and their team of local staff, Knockderry House offers a truly Scottish country house welcome to all visitors to the area.With an enviable reputation locally for excellent food and hospitality using mainly Scottish local and organic produce, Knockderry House provides guests with a welcoming and relaxing atmosphere from which to explore the area with its unique coastline, fairy-tale castles and famous distilleries.
All reviews four poster bed drawing room beautiful hotel special occasion both nights front of house food was fantastic open fire loch lomond country house afternoon tea lovely setting glasgow airport first class old building lovely meal couldn't do enough
Had Sunday lunch yesterday, the place was lovely and warm, a big roaring fire in the dining room, the two ladies serving were absolutely charming, friendly , chatty, professional. The food was nice , but they have really let themselves down by charging £12 for...More
Overall impressions of the hotel were very good indeed. Firstly, the staff were polite, friendly and were very knowledgeable about the local area. We arrived early and they arranged an early check in for us and a light lunch, though its worth noting that lunch...More
We booked this trip in September and straight away they acknowledged our booking and followed everything through what we discussed. The hotel is in a beautiful spot with fantastic views over Loch Long. On arrival we were given a very warm welcome and it’s the...More
We had an excellent stay at this quirky hotel the staff were excellent and the restaurant served an excellent dinner and the breakfast was one of the best we have had The staff are very attentive and very pleasant I would definitely recommend The setting...More
You'll most likely get a greeting from the friendly border collie in the foyer, she's always seeking a pat!
We stayed three nights in the Loch Fyne room, one of the master rooms facing Loch Long - a lovely view, especially rises or sets.