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We absolutely loved the hotel, grounds and rooms and we could not find fault with anything in this respect. However, we were really disappointed that we were not able to get a reservation at any of the restaurants for the only evening we were staying at the hotel. This meant we had to go and find ...
There just for one night, beautiful old building with the pros and cons that accompany that, but if you do get lost ask a member of staff, they are plentiful exceedingly friendly and helpful. The room was adequate, certainly clean and with all the facilities you would expect. Was there for a conference ...
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.
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.
Third visit to a hotel that continues to impress. Location gorgeous and peaceful. Staff amazing. Rooms incredible.. Bathrooms have the wow factor and more. Food is delicious. What's not to love? Truly worth a visit.
The sport of golf has played a long and significant part in the history of the country of Scotland, where it was invented in the High Middle Ages and has been enjoyed and celebrated ever since. Each year tourists make their way to the many world class courses and iconic golf sites that the country has to offer, including the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, the Old Course at St. Andrews Links, and other courses such as Royal Dornoch, Royal Troon, and Muirfield, many of which have played host to golf’s biggest events.
Those booking their stay in the area of Stirling and Falkirk will be able to reach a number of these great destinations, as the central location offers easy access to both the west and east coasts, as well as resorts to the north like Gleneagles, host of the 2014 Ryder Cup.
Those visitors to Scotland who are enjoying a golf tour of the country’s finest links should stay in some of the region's historic golf hotels, where they can walk in the footsteps of some of the games greatest players and most important figures.
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