See why so many travellers make Glenbruar House their bed and breakfast of choice when visiting Crianlarich. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Glenbruar House features baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Glenbruar House, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the pubs, including Ben More Lodge and Rod and Reel Pub Crianlarich, all of which are a short distance from Glenbruar House.
At Glenbruar House, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Crianlarich.
We didn’t have a great experience here. The welcome at reception was cold and we were told the wrong room and we asked twice the name to confirm. We tried the room we were told and we couldn’t get in. On a whim we tried the room next to it and the key worked. The room was small and cold. We were not informed that there would be no room service or change of towels even though we had booked for 7 nights at £105 per night and the room really wasn’t worth it. The bed was uncomfortable with the springs sticking into your back. The bathroom was cold and damp. After 4 nights we couldn’t take anymore and checked out and made alternative arrangements. We would not recommend this place there are much better accommodation to stay in. The local staff are not particularly friendly however the overseas staff were very friendly the local staff should learn from them!…
I spent 3 nights here during a walking trip. It is essentially an overflow for the Best Western Hotel across the street. The room itself was very comfortable.Light airy and spacious, except for the bathroom which was rather small. As a train nerd the view of the west highland railway line was much appreciated! Meals were served at the hotel itself. Evening meals were excellent with good range of drinks and a mix of scottish and non scottish meals. The sea bass was particularly good. Breakfasts were also served there, service was quick, breakfasts big enough for those heading into the great outdoors plus a buffet to help yourself from. The biggest plus point was the staff. Nothing was a problem, they were happy to help from chosing meals to recommended routes to local locations, taking route plans for walkers etc. If one didn't the answer they knew someone who did. All in all made very welcome and I'd happily go back.…
A very quaint building by the picture, but next to a highway and near a railway bridge. Slept well, however.. They bill themselves as a Bed and Breakfast, but aren't. Beware!!! They are actually run by a very snotty hotel across the road. They give you the key, but make you feel that you are second class. Unfortunately, my buddy who reserved, neglected to see that you actually had to reserve for breakfast in this B & B... I asked if we were sure to have beds as well. They didn't appreciate my humor. The only good thing about the town is the locals are very fine people. We had a lovely evening in the local pub where they seemed to be aware of the drawbacks of this place.
This is not a bed and breakfast. It's an empty house opposite the Best Western Hotel. A ridiculous price of £85 per couple and then you're invited to cough up the cost of breakfast across the road.The only way to make it acceptable is to arrive with your own food, dishes and cutlery and have a picnic; but no, on second thoughts, don't.
I'm not quite sure it works, Best Western but AirBnB website with Best Western check-in. There are 5 or 6 rooms in an old house very nearby. The rooms are basic and presumably not up to Best Western normal standard hence arrangement. However the price is commensurate so over-priced in my opinion, with extra cost if you take breakfast in the hotel.