Before I give my review I would just like to start I have never written a review on trip advisor before as most places I have stayed in were good to excellent but felt I had to put pin to paper so to speak here....Booked a single room for one night and never again! €55 on departure, only €50 via website (€3.50 booking fee), The lady of the house tried to convince me it was cheaper to book direct through her! she then touted for more business on the phone whilst I was making my booking as she had no other clients at that particular time for that night! I was asked what time would I arrive "as we are going out ourselves"! On arriving I was asked what type of breakfast did I want....followed by scrambled egg! I did not think I was getting an option so said scrambled will do...I did get a re-cooked wrinkly sausage and a half of cold tomato!!! next I was asked what time do you want breakfast as "we are going to mass in the morning"! There are no curtains on the window only a drape and the room was cold (rem it is a stone lodge!), I felt a pair of curtains would have given a warm feel as well as keeping the cold out! Most B&Bs now offer a cup a tea on arrival but nothing was offered! I gave her the money on departure and just about got a thanks! not worth €55, not sure she really wants to be in the hospitality business or has the personality for it! I am an Irish person and wondered what overseas clients would think of the welcome!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Glasson Stone Lodge is a four star family run bed and breakfast. We are situated in Glasson village, christened the village of roses by Oliver Goldsmith. ... more less