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Polite and helpful staff. Valet parking is an option, but it is probably more convenient to park yourself in the not too distant carparks. Selection of dining options at various prices.
Installations were ver y good but the room was small for 4 persona. We can't open the suitcase. There no space!! And the room was dirty when we arrived( chocolats papers over the floor)
Well positioned hotel on the edge of picturesque village, well positioned for easy driving to many scenic locations. Room was comfortable, though you need patience for the shower to run hot. I had both the full breakfast and dinner there and enjoyed the food and service. Would stay at the Killin ...
Wonderful hotel, lots of facilities as a B&B but remember it is in Blairmore, nearly 10 miles outside Dunoon, so a car is vital. Also beware of satnav taking the 'shortest' route (unmadeup roads) use the coast road and Duncreggan is signposted in Blairmore.
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.
All was good except for the parking. Host had her family using the limited parking and we got blocked in a couple of times. Also the rooms are up steep stairs would not be good for an older person.
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