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Arrived for 2 nights for a wedding, booked 2 double rooms which were fine, reception staff need training on customer service. On check out both rooms had charges £70 on one room and £50 on the other for bar bills which had not been charged...More
What a wonderful spot! Kenmore is a tiny but beautiful village. The stone bridge is beautiful and it is cool that Robert Burns wrote a poem there. The walk to the castle was lovely. The food at the Kenmore Hotel was excellent and the view...More
We had booked lunch for sunday and arrived on time at 1430 were shown to a table, attemted to sit to find three out of four of the chair arms were damaged and should have realised the rest of lunch would be of the same...More
Did not stay at the hotel but had dinner there. The service was excellent as was the food. Had a table next to the window and the views were exceptional. Really made for a great evening. Highly recommend if you are in the area.
Watch your step, if not using the lift, stairs and twists and turns abound. The Kenmore Hotel is indeed an excellent adventure and I hope to return. This historic property is just to the east of Loch Tay and is a delight with breathtaking views...More
We were on the second floor at the end of a maize of hallways with a view of a maintenance area - not much of a view. Others in our group did have views of the river or lake. May be best to ask the hotel staff for a... More
We were on the second floor at the end of a maize of hallways with a view of a maintenance area - not much of a view. Others in our group did have views of the river or lake. May be best to ask the hotel staff for a recommendation.