This hotel is never going to be a destination to aspire to, but on our way from East Sussex to Ben Nevis to tackle the three peaks challenge, we had booked this hotel because it was a convenient distance and it is certainly cheap (all the more money for the charity).
We were in a little crowd of people checking in, mainly guys who'd been working on the road improvements around Glasgow, all of whom were decent, quiet and polite. After a warm greeting, and a reassurance that the mini-bus would be quite safe in the quiet car park, we unloaded most of the important bags, put them in our generously proportioned room (we were given an accessible room, slightly unromantic having the rails around the bathroom, but fantastic for getting your luggage through the door!).
The room was clean, spacious, the aircon was very unobtrusive (so often it can be noisy and drying), the hotel very quiet, the bed very comfortable indeed, and best of all, the breakfast is all you can eat, a buffet, but freshly presented, hot and tasty. The eating area was bright, pleasant, and clean and the staff were incredibly friendly.
I can only give 5* to ultra special hotels, and no-one would accuse Premier Inns of that, but for what it is, this hotel deserves full marks.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cycling, walking or powerboating? Take your pick a short drive away at Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park ... more less
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