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Older hotel that is being modernized - and they are doing a good job. The ability to take a warm bath, needed warm bath was nice...so was the king bed.
Our party of 6 got to the hotel around 4 in the afternoon. We were greeted by one of the proprietors who was very friendly and efficient. She recommended places to eat which we appreciated. We settled on Callander Meadows which was excellent. We filled out our breakfast time slots and choices -all ...
Great location, off street parking . Room smelt of damp, had mound on the ceiling and the wallpaper was peeling off. We requested a change of room the next morning. The receptionist was lovely compared to the one upon arrival.. We were able to look at the alternative room. It was 100% better than ...
Superb surroundings (lucky students!). The bed is great for one person but a bit small for a couple. Overall, a great place to stay.
We used the hotel as a base to tour the Trossachs - it was clean, quiet, functional and the food was really good. No complaints at all as everything worked as we expected
Lovely home. very comfortable room, friendly and helpful host. The location was easy to find, but it's on a street that tends to be busy particularly during the morning and afternoon rush hours. There's a very good restaurant about a 15-minute walk away.
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