This pace was just what I wanted. Really friendly welcome, family-run, atmospheric, good food with tourist favourites on the menu, good sized rooms and bathrooms, great view of the falls...the ONLY problem I had was that it was cold. But that could be fixed!! There was a heater in the wardrobe, which would have been ideal if I hadn't got up in the middle of the night and accidentlly switched it off!
A really nice place to stay, although I would hesitate to describe it as boutique - it's not QUITE there, but who cares? There's a big roaring fire in the main bar (with an odd doll dressed up as an old woman sitting by it, to add a sense of history, I suppose), the staff and the locals will chat away to you, the food is good and fulfils the stereotypical requirements of a visitor to Scotland - haggis, kippers for breakfast etc. and plenty of advice on climbing the local peaks. My room had a view of the falls and I was lulled to sleep in my big cosy bed by the sound of the rapids and had a hearty breakfast before tackling Ben Lawers the next day. A beautiful place with very nice people and definitely worth a stop.
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