A lovely small village and the hotel is beautiful, fresh and well organised with amazing food. We stayed there for a night with our dog and enjoyed a night with a superb dinner and later on fabulous live music at the Ewe Bar!
Unfortunately I can't say that the hotel was worth the price - for me anyway.
The advertised carafe of whisky in the room barely contained enogh whisky for one 4cl nip each and the staff was neither very friendly or welcoming.
Breakfast coffee was served full of coffee grinds and although it was clearly visible when staff poured it - no attempt was made to rectify or get a new coffee pot.
A man that was connected to the hotel somehow had a big aggressive dog off lead which he had no control over.
It growled at my dog (and at myself too when I placed myself between them)
When I nicely called over to ask him to put his dog on the leash I was told to walk away (although I'd been quietly been standing outside the hotel waiting for my husband) as "this dog lives here!"
In all its a beautiful wee place but next time I will save money by staying somewhere else that is genuinely dog friendly and can provide a warm welcoming atmosphere.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included