I stayed one night DB&B with my wife and a couple of friends. The visit was a good deal financially.
The first impressions of the hotel is good as you drive up the drive through the woods (mind the speed bumps). The style is nice with amazing views of Loch Fyne and the lovely gardens and woods.
The plus points for us was nice staff, nice public rooms, a nice bar and excellent food in the restaurant. Dinner was nice. Wine was fairly priced. The bedroom was a bit small but when you get a deal you cannot moan although it had nice furniture and a great shower. The period decor is cosy.
All the staff were cheery and helpful.
The down sides were that the breakfast, although plentiful, was a little tastless, and the windows badly needed a wash. Our bedroom had a standard bed which I personally do not like. No complaint on this point however as when you get a deal you do not select a room standard.
Would I go back? Yes I would.More