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Excellent standard and great location.
Margaret and Sandy were outstanding hosts! The rooms were large and very comfortable, and the breakfasts were amazing - don’t miss out on getting the fruit cup as your breakfast starter! We spent three delightful nights at the Dunhallin House, and would recommend it wholeheartedly.
When we booked the hotel, it indicated would be in the castle; but, when we got there it was nothing like it was advertised. It was like a cheap built mix and match single annex house with 1 bedroom upstair, and the bathroom down stair near the kitchen. Food and drinks in the room are for charge. ...
Very nice hotel and excellent service. Good dining options on site.
Really enjoyed our stay. Great location on the Firth. Friendly and accommodating service. Restaurant was also great.
Pleasant stay very good food friendly staff
Cannot fault the property. Very quiet. Nice people in village
Beautiful cottage in a wonderful setting. We wish we had stayed longer! Two good sized bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and lovely views from the lounge and deck. Access to laundry is also a plus. About a 15 minute drive to Drumnadrochit for amenities and Loch Ness sites, and only about 30 minutes ...
The Scottish Highlands is Great Britain’s very own love nest, the perfect retreat to spend quality time with a partner. Book a romantic hotel with the Expedia search tool then prepare an itinerary of shopping and dining with some absolutely beautiful walks in between.
Guests in Loch Lomond can take a special shopping trip to Loch Lohmond Shores, to peruse the gift shops and boutiques, then take a break at a quaint cafe. Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park is Scotland’s first national park, and perfect to drive through and stop off for an arm-in-arm stroll. It leads onto Loch Katrine, which inspired Sir Waltor Scott’s poem The Lady of the Lake.
Couples staying in the quaint town of Oban can gorge on fresh seafood dishes at award winning restaurants, before taking a boat out from the coast to explore the islands nearby. Those who prefer to stay on dry land can trek the gorgeous landscape and spot castle ruins, calm bays and serene lochs. Dunstaffnage Castle is a popular site, famous for being the stronghold for the MacDougalls.
With plenty more to do in this outstanding area of Scotland, couples of every interest will fall in love with the place.