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All reviews guest house single room new owners quiet side street overnight stay four poster scottish breakfast stayed here for one night first floor town centre yogurt tom angela bagpipes dragoon rendition anthem
Cute and clean room, warm - heating possibility in September!, very quiet, tea with delicious cookies in the room, comfortable bed, enough light to read, tasty English breakfast, fruits offered, warm shower in a comfortable cabin, friendly and helpful owner, free parking on the street...More
We stayed here 5 nights. On arrival we were told the B&B had just ben take over by the pub round the corner (the Waverley) and the new owners had gone on holiday leaving their friends to look after the dog (and guests lol). This...More
I always book five star hotels, and have stayed several times in Claridge's (London). The Highland Guest House was booked out of necessity, 50,000 people descending on the area for a concert and limited accommodation locally.
I simply cannot fault this guest house, or the...More
I asked the owner for tea bags as there were none in the room,and he thought I was at it,he said is there not one and I said no but he did not believe me.In the morning at breakfast he started to play his bagpipes...More
We had a great stay Tom and wife very friendly breakfast was great with Tom playing his bagpipes, through breakfast a really nice & unusual touch. Our room was lovely very spacious the Hotel was immaculate. What attracted us to the Highland Guest House was...More
Yes Callandar is a lovely little place, if you walk up both sides of the high street, you will find lots of quaint and interesting shops, museums, and a few pubs, Hotels and restaurants, nothing too big or fancy..just really... More
Yes Callandar is a lovely little place, if you walk up both sides of the high street, you will find lots of quaint and interesting shops, museums, and a few pubs, Hotels and restaurants, nothing too big or fancy..just really nice. I would go to callandar again, just wouldnt stay at highland house again...lovely views.