We stayed at the Comrie Hotel from the 2nd to the 5th of April on a bed and breakfast basis costing £70 per double room per night. The hotel was clean and well run but looked a wee bit tired and could do with some updating in decor in some areas. But the family who run the hotel could not have been more helpful. We were on holiday with another 14 family members who were staying in other areas in and around comrie. Hotel owners John and Margaret along with their son Andrew were fantastic hosts. When we enquired about taxis as our other family members were 3 miles out of town Andrew said he would run them back so they could enjoy a few drinks. He made 3 runs that night a really lovely young man. They gave us the front sitting room so that all the family could eat, we ate there for the first 2 nights. Margaret entertained the children for us providing pens and paper to draw with and wowing the children with her tricks. John was a great host behind the bar happy to serve drinks into the wee small hours. We found out there was a method to his madness as we never got up in time for breakfast as we were kept up so late by John. ha ha. All in all we had a lovely 3 nights stay made so by the fantastic hospitality from Margaret and John who with their help allowed us to enjoy our break as a family. we would go back tomorrow. Thank You
Breakfast from 8am to 9pm.
We would have liked a slightly later time 9.30am.
The breakfast were very good and filling.
Evening meals were ok but nothing special distinct lack of chips, one of the kids got 4 chips with her meal.
Out of room for 10.30am when leaving.
You have to inform staff if your going to be out later than 11pm at night.
Comrie was a very friendly place people very nice good walks around the town. The Royal Hotel has a bar showing sky football and serves lovely meals special cheaper menu on sundays. Couple of cafes and a chip shop.
The Ancaster Bar has live music.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This lovely family run hotel is situated in the picturesque village of Comrie nestled in stunning Scottish countryside. The village is famous both for its Comrie Fortnight programme of community activities and celebrations and also the Flambeaux Procession on Hogmanay. It has won the prestigious Britain in Bloom award several times. Comrie is perfectly situated for discovering the delights of Perthshire and the Highlands with numerous activities such as hill walking, cycling, running, golf, fishing and shooting close by. The hotel comprises 10 comfortable en-suite bedrooms, bar, new cafe/bistro and stunning new restaurant. Meals prepared by our popular chef are served daily, with an emphasis on Scottish, particularly local, produce. Children are very welcome. There is ample car parking. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Comrie Hotel Scotland