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We've had such a wonderful time in this bed and breakfast! It was very clean and the beds were really comfortable! The hostess Louise was so nice, we've had great conversations during a delicious breakfast. The train gets you up to Edinburgh in 25 minutes,...More
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Response from louiseigoe, Owner at Springrove HouseResponded 9 July 2018
thank you both for your kind comments...it was lovely to meet you both too. I hope that you enjoyed your holiday in Scotland !!
Location is great with proximity to the railway. Nice breakfasts and well-appointed rooms. If you need anything then the host, Louise, is happy to help and try to accommodate your needs or special requests if you can give a good amount of notice. Overall recommended...More
My wife and I stayed at Springrove House for only one night, but what a wonderful experience it was. The hostess, Louise, was so very welcoming and she was a delight throughout our stay.
Our bedroom was spacious, beautifully appointed and comfortable. Our delicious full...More
We spent 2 nights with our son and our friends in two rooms. The rooms were clean and cozy, Lousie was very kind and helpful and the breakfast was more than super! It has own parking place, you can park there, not on the street....More
Delightful and friendly host. My partner and I stayed in a lovely room which were immaculate,clean and comfortable. Breakfast was delicious. This is the best B&B we stayed at and definitely stay again. Thank you Tas & Ian Howes:)
I don't know what the house number is, but you can't miss it. It's set down off the road on the left if you're coming from Edinburgh, and there's a sign at the entrance. As far as I can remember, it only has three rooms... More
I don't know what the house number is, but you can't miss it. It's set down off the road on the left if you're coming from Edinburgh, and there's a sign at the entrance. As far as I can remember, it only has three rooms. Hope this helps.