Well, let me start by saying that the price of a night's accommodation here is just £12.50 per person in the Grey Corrie lodge, or £15.00 in the main building. At that price it is excellent. So what if it's a bit rundown and lacking in sockets in the lodge bedrooms to charge your precious ipad? That is not the point of staying here. What you do get is a warm welcome, clean beds, made up for you on arrival and a decent kitchen/common room to relax in; complete with power points.
Shower gel and hand wash were provided - not always the case in accomodation at this price.
We made our own breakfasts, and enjoyed a hearty, good quality evening meal in the plain, but comfortable bar. Most main courses were under under £10.
One real ale was available at the weekend, badged as Herok and Howell's Festival Ale, but I believe this is a Greene King brew from the Belhaven brewery in Dunbar. A decent enough pint, served in excellent condition, which was the main thing.
Also superb views of the mountains of the Grey Corries from the kitchen in the main building, or indeed from the carpark.
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