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All reviews guest lounge loch fyne welcoming home warm hosts great hosts george hotel breakfast was delicious lovely lounge place to stay appointed rooms inverary castle highly recommend this b b beautiful house five minute walk only stayed one night quiet location large room
Lovely stay in Inveraray. Richard and Janice great hosts. We had a marvelous 2 night stay. Felt like home. Room comfortable. Tea on arrival. Information about sights freely available. Great Breakfast. Couldn’t fault anything.
5 of us stayed for 3 nights from 3rd to 5th September.The house seems to be the only B&B set back from the busy road, which was excellent and meant it was quiet at night. Janice was very welcoming and the rooms were good and...More
We stayed 3 days at Creag Dhubh. From Aug 30-Sept.1st. It was our first stop on a 10 day trip to Scotland. Janice and Richard were wonderful host. Richard provided us very helpful tips for our day trips. He was correct with all his helpful...More
My group of 4 recently had the pleasure of staying one night in this lovely B&B. The room was nicely decorated, spacious and clean, with a view of Loch Fyne from the window. Parking and a hearty breakfast were provided as well. Richard & Janice...More
Only stayed one night as we were on our way to Jura. The proprietor was very friendly and could not do enough for us. the room was relatively tight but immaculately presented.
Breakfast was a treat and the sausages fantastic. The town is a short...More
Response from Elizabeth P | Reviewed this property |
We are pretty sure that they do not accept pets,but it would be worth phoning the owners because they will probably know of somewhere in or around Inveraray that does as it is quite a small place and folk know each other... More
We are pretty sure that they do not accept pets,but it would be worth phoning the owners because they will probably know of somewhere in or around Inveraray that does as it is quite a small place and folk know each other well.