We stayed for a couple of nights. The hotel occupies a lovely Robert Lorimer building, originally built as a private house and full of period charm. The dining room is attractive in a country house way, and we enjoyed our meal (starter and mains), although the dessert choices were so limited that we didn't find anything worth bothering with. Breakfast was very good and freshly cooked, but not cheap at £15, with apparently no cheaper continental option. It flustered the waitress for guests to choose their own table ! The main disappointment was the room (no.12). It was so small and full of furniture that there was barely room to stand or move around. Where there might have been a sea or garden view all we could see was the metal roof of the swimming pool (we assume). The cost of the room was nearly twice what we had paid a couple of weeks earlier near Bury St Edmunds for a much larger room.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Twenty one bedroomed Four star country house hotel situated just 100 metres from James Braid Links Golf Course and miles of glorious sandy beach ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Royal Marine Brora
- Royal Marine Hotel Brora, Scotland