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All reviewstown centredog friendly hotelgreat wee hotelfamily run hotelgood nights sleepbreakfast was includedwater pressurelovely walkfriendly welcomequiet locationtwo nightsstayed one nightwe've stayedfull scottish breakfastallocated roomtea and coffee making facilitiesstaff were lovely
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Reviewed 30 August 2016

We stayed here for the Cowal Games and booked the day before at a cost of £220 for the two nights. The photos looked good on their site so we assumed at the very least we would get a nice clean room and decent breakfast for the money...how wrong we were. We arrived at 11pm and were put in the attic room but were heading out again to meet family in town however in that short 5 min space of time we managed to spot 8 wallpaper patches in the toilet that had been carefully cut out of a roll of paper and crudely glued over holes etc. in the toilet wall, there were no bulbs in the bedside lamp, the carpet was grubby and musty and the bedroom wallpaper was grubby and badly stained. We were a few sherries to the wind so told the barman we had no lamp light and he then systematically went round all the lamps in the bar until he found one that was working and took it to our room. My Hubby went for breakfast and found that the sausages and bacon were not only small portions but were very cheap cuts of 'meats' so we decided not to go for our paid breakfast the next day and ate out instead. We wondered at one point if we had wandered into a back packing hostel however we met a lovely couple in the bar the next day who showed us their room and it was the polar opposite of ours for the same price. I did argue this point with the owner as to what extra we were getting that the other couple were not considering the Friday night was £130 and the Saturday was £90 as the other couple had paid but his answer was 'it's like Asda and Tesco, prices are different' and 'you don't have to stay here'. Unfortunately we did have to stay there as everywhere else was booked...as he full well knew. We absolutely will not be staying there again

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Tricia M
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Reviewed 24 August 2016 via mobile

We been here for one night before kids start the school.We been very impressed.The room are very clean and the food was amazing. They have a small bar area with nice small tables. Staff very friendly and also our pet enjoyed very much(the wheater was lovely).

Stayed: August 2016, travelled with family
Thank Cri C
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Reviewed 7 August 2016 via mobile

We have returned home after spending a night DBB at the Park Hotel. Fantastic!!
We were a bit dissapointed after being shown our double room as the decor was dated but it was clean and had everything we needed. Those thoughts quickly disappeared. Every staff member were so helpful and welcoming. The food was absolutely fantastic. The atmosphere sitting having a drink in the bar area was brilliant as the staff had all the guests chatting. The hotel is situated a lovely 10/15 mins stroll into town. We were won over by having such lovely people who own/work the hotel and the food we couldn't fault. Definitely would stay in the Park Hotel again.

Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Michelle F
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Reviewed 30 July 2016 via mobile

Thoroughly recommend this hotel.
It is in a good position on the sea front, approx 10 minutes walk to town centre. This is via a lovely walk along the promenade.

Staff are wonderful, friendly and polite. Food very good and generous portions.

Our room was not particularly large but was very clean and had wonderful views over the Clyde estuary.

The hotel was next to the entrance for Morag's Fairy Glen, a lovely walk which incorporates a fantastic waterfall. Do wear stout walking shoes due to uneven and muddy areas.

Stayed: July 2016, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Carole H
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Reviewed 30 July 2016

Last night I sat through the final of Masterchef and I have to say I was getting more and more cross. Look Gregg it's like this...don't bleat about contestants not showing enough "cooking" and then praise one contestant who serves a plate of grass and say it's the best food in the competition, fit for the gods and worth a Michelin star. See it's like this John and Gregg, we are not fooled for a moment by your blather. We know good food. It's what happens when you take great, fresh ingredients, cook them with loving care, present them well with generous portions and don't describe them with pretentious phrases like "served with a breath of orange jus". That just makes us want to punch the waiter.
And so I turn to the Park Hotel. A three star B&B/hotel in Dunoon. Last night while the annoying Masterchef was ended we ate in the hotel restaurant. Home made haddock and chips for me. Fresh haddock mind you, lovingly coated in a home made batter on a bed of chips (made from potatoes) and fresh peas that were perfectly al denote. A generous portion the size of Ben Nevis. Very happy customer. Wife has home made steak and ale pie. Wholesome, hearty and much dipping in gravy.
To prove it was no fluke, breakfast this morning was smoked haddock lovingly poached in milk with a perfect poached egg.
So, so called Masterchef, stop drooling over grass and come and try some good home cooked food. Great fresh ingredients, lovingly cooked.
That reminds me...I must go back to Clavershay Barns....

  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled with family
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1  Thank mikecole1964
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