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All reviews groupon deal loch view four poster bed bar food the pub bottle of wine amazing views an enjoyable stay both nights salmon evening meal caravan park friendly atmosphere full scottish breakfast fantastic location well worth a visit family run
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Reviewed 17 March 2018

Hi there,
stayed here last week and thought worth dropping a wee review.we were due to stay two nights.
We arrived mid afternoon engaged in some banter with the locals before Gordon showed us to our room. We were in number 7 and it was a great wee room roasting when we went in the other half had to turn the heating down, which I've never seen before lol. So compliments there.
The bed was extremely comfortable, tea making facilities, with cookies on the first day and Tunnochs tea cakes the next..nice wee touch.
We went down for evening meal, the light was fading by then but the views from this place were great.
We had the Steak was really good and the Belgin Waffle for desert was yummy.
There's a comfy room with pool table and Darts board adjacent to the bar area.
Sheila was on the bar and she put the darts on for us on the Thursday
Just at the back of the hotel there's a path that will lead you to the trail for the Falls of Foyer well worth a visit but please wear suitable footwear as there is stretches of the path that has no railings and if you fall you will die.
Anyway I'm bad for rambling on but was really good hotel worth a visit it is kind of in the sticks though so having a car will allow you more options.
Oh and if you do get room 7 be aware but the walkway goes by the room window and people can see in.

Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Redman12
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Reviewed 3 March 2018

We visited the inn for food last Friday night. Food is served from 6pm, the order could not be placed at 5 to 6. We had to return to our seats and wait the 5 minutes to order The girls serving had no interaction with us as they served our food, the plates where just plonked in front of us, no words spoken. The starter was disappointing, the haggis and ham pizza had virtually no haggis on or ham on at all and tasteless, similarly the salmon was very bland. When we went to pay one girl was too busy on her phone to answer the other girls question about which was our bill and again no interaction other than how much our bill was. We were camping nearby and most certainly didn't return during our stay due mainly due to the rude staff but also due to the very disappointing food

Date of stay: February 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank 63GS
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Reviewed 8 January 2018

If you like uncomfortable beds, old faded decor, frozen food heated up, rude service... for a premium price then this is the perfect place for you. Stop in for a beer to enjoy the view but stay somewhere else. Not sure where the five star ratings come from.

Room tip: Do yourself a favor and stay somewhere else!
Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
1  Thank TATPP
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Reviewed 5 January 2018 via mobile

We went here for a family meal while staying at the campsite locally. We were attracted to it by the fact that we could take our dog in, and full marks to them for that. The barman was friendly and helpful and the waiter was good too, but unfortunately the good news ends there. The pizza oven was broken and there were few alternatives to suit our two veggie kids. Apparently some macaroni cheese (seen on the sample menu online) could not be managed by the relief chef. We felt that £9 for slightly soggy frozen scampi, poorly fried chips and some tired salad was not reasonable. We really wanted to like this place - we love being able to visit a local pub with our dog while on holiday - but sadly it just wasn’t up to scratch.

Date of stay: January 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
1  Thank Gail A
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Reviewed 28 November 2017 via mobile

We came on a Groupon deal and knowing it's a family run hotel in the middle of nowhere we weren't expecting luxury or gourmet meals.
We were pleasantly surprised
The location is fantastic , the rooms were very well heated , ours was pretty spacious with a huge bed,fresh towels daily,soap renewed, beds made.
High speed wifi free.
A tiny TV - with only 7 ? Rooms they could spend a few hundred and upgrade these.
Breakfast adequate and on day 2 we had cooked at no extra cost which was nice.
1st night dinner included delicious home made Steak pie but the other dishes were catering -style - adequate but not fantastic ( we didn't expect them to be )
Wine good choices and good value.
Whisky selection small and expensive ( tiny measures) tap beer ok too
Overall we thoroughly enjoyed our two days and thought it was great value for money.
Friendly staff ( none Scottish !) warm cosy clean and relaxed. And Inverness just 45 mins up the road.

Date of stay: November 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank James B
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