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Lovely location in the centre of Killearn, near Loch Lomond. The rooms are very comfortable, though showing some wear and tear (stained carpet). The conservatory/dining room is beautiful, and I absolutely loved the residents' lounge with its cozy wood fire and leather armchairs. Dinner was...More
Spent a very pleasant weekend, with the hotel being an ideal base for Loch Lomond and Stirling visits by car.
Room was fine, staff very welcoming, attentive and professional.
Breakfast was very good and served in the conservatory/dining area, with great views. Liked the log...More
Stayed here for one night away with my husband. Staff couldn't be more helpful, very cheerful, so much so we decided to just stay in the hotel from booking in to departure. We ate and had drinks in the bar area which was very comfortable...More
Just back from a nights stay at the Killearn hotel. I have to say I was very disappointed.
Staff that were available to talk to very unhelpful. No customer service
Room was terrible. Tears in duvet cover. Holes in cushions.
Breakfast was a shame. No...More
Stayed here for a wedding in April and it was great - really friendly staff and the owner gave me a long introduction to Scotch. Comfortable, clean and cosy. Just what was needed for a stopover in bonnie Scotland :)
US$120 - US$139 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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My husband and i are planning a two night stay here in October with our small yorkie puppy and just wondered if the dogs are welcomed into the bar or have to be left in the rooms? My husband and i are very sociable and would like to have a few drinks in the bar but not sure how comfortable i would feel leaving the puppy on her own in a strange place.
3 September 2015|
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Response from GlasgowCross | Reviewed this property |
From what I saw, dogs were welcome in the bar- I'd call them just to check though.. Also, it's the only bar in the village, so I have no idea what other bar the previous answer above refers to.