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Roman Camp Hotel
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Reviewed 3 February 2011

Always great service. Super room and welcome. Food and wines are always outstanding. Super chef. Very relaxing hotel. So lovely to sit in the library or drawing room in front of a real fire. Within walking distance of town centre.

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank derbyminer
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Reviewed 20 September 2010

We booked (last minute from looking at Visit Scotland website) for a Sunday night and got the room half price. This made it a wonderful deal - only £12 more than most of the B&Bs around here, and for that we got a fantastic hotel with friendly, helpful staff who tolerated our muddy, damp arrival with bikes (they locked them in a garage for the night for us) and a room (Sundial) with a jacuzzi, free sherry, fruit, mineral water and all the normal hostess-tray stuff. The bed was enormous; they turned it down before bedtime and left chocolates on the pillows. There were umbrellas to borrow to go into town (we didn't eat in the hotel - rather expensive - instead had a very nice special menu at Ciro's, about 5 mins walk away) and we came back about 10pm and sat in the lounge for an hour or so, with coffee and hot chocolate (comes with mini chocolates/sweets) in front of a roaring fire. Breakfast in the morning was tasty (recommend the chef's own muesli) and again there was plenty of it, although it wasn't a serve-yourself buffet so you had to wait a bit for the serving staff to catch up at busy times. Overall, we felt that even if we had paid full price it would still have been worth it. Excellent.

  • Stayed: September 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 26 July 2010

We enjoyed the friendliness of the staff and our dinner was excellent. The location is lovely. However, we were less than satisfied with the low standard of comfort and decor in our "superior" room. It did not meet our expectations based on this property's reputation. The housekeeping was unbelievably shoddy. We took the nice young woman at the desk and pointed out several things to her before we checked out but she said she was not in a position to do anything about it. A letter to the owners remains unanswered.
The bathroom's lavatory seat had been broken and instead of being replaced had been fixed with glue. The water pours over the side of the bathtub when one takes a shower
because there is only a 1/3 panel of glass. On getting out of the shower my wife slipped and only just caught her balance on the lavatory. There was a basket on the basin surround that had no cover. It was filled with dusty cotton balls and Q-tips and several Tampax tampons with wrappings that had wrinkled from being exposed to bathroom moisture. The exhaust vent above the mirror was encased in dirt. The carpet was crunchy underfoot as though it had not been vacuumed. The baseboards, picture frames, and shelves above the closet were thick with dust. The television was layered in dust on both the screen and the casing. The lampshades were all of plastic, and the varnish of the surfaces of the dressing table and nightstands was blistered and peeling.
We travel a lot, and being in the hospitality industry ourselves we tend to be extremely understanding of unavoidable shortcomings. These were all addressable.

Stayed: March 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 17 June 2010

Went to the Roman Camp for a night away. We stayed in the Lady Esher room.
We had a great meal and a great nights sleep.
The grounds are lovely and a pleasant quiet place to walk round (they even have peacocks!)
It was like staying in a country mansion for the weekend.
Not cheap though!

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank SBok
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Reviewed 13 June 2010

We were recently married on the banks of the River Teith in the grounds of the Roman Camp Country House. To say it exceeded my expectations would be an understatement. It was nothing short of AMAZING. For anyone who wants to get married in Scotland somewhere a little bit quirky, a little bit different, but completely magical then look no further. Book the Roman Camp now! Shona, the Roman Camp's Wedding Organiser and Manager Extraordinaire is a complete gem in herself and kept me completely under control throughtout the whole wedding planning process. She is wonderful, as were all of the staff at Roman Camp during our wedding day. From start to finish, everything flowed smoothly without a hitch. Friends who had never been to Scotland said the location was like something out of 'an Italian movie set'. The sound of the river and view of the mountains whilst champagne was sipped on the lawn was just magical. Delicious meal with beautiful table arrangements and service which was personal without being intrusive. The rooms are all individually decorated and have their own unique charm. We were in the Dimity Suite which was enormous and far too big for the 2 of us but we loved it! Honestly, go and see for yourself, it is an absolute gem. We can't wait to go back for our first anniversary next year. Love it!

  • Stayed: May 2010
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1  Thank HoustonScotland
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