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My friend and I stayed at the Loch Awe hotel and were very disappointed. We have travelled with Lochs and Glens on several occasions and were expecting their usual high standard so when we saw ours rooms we could not believe it. We had requested...More
This hotel is operated by the Lochs & Glens holiday group, and is situated on the shores of Loch Awe. The hotel was originally a 'railway' hotel, with steamers calling at the quayside. This has long gone, but the hotel still provides fine views over...More
On a coach trip with Lochs and Glens. On arrival the most organised and pleasant service. All staff are approachable and helpful. Room 11 was in the annexe with view over Loch Awe. The room was immaculate with twin beds with drapery and bedlinens of...More
Staff helpful polite, rooms clean if a bit dated, the thing that lets this place down is a lack of fresh ingredients in the meals. No fresh fruit, caged eggs not free range and a lemon mousse served with faked cream. We asked if the...More
What a holiday ,ticked every box ,the welcome the food the rooms the overall standards were the highest I have come across and I have done my share of coach holidays ..The staff were friendly and could not do enough for you ,your wish should...More
Yes there is a very small one near the fire place and at buisy times like breakfast can be hard to get into. If you can use the wide staircase opposite the lift,other than that all I can say is be patient.
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"We had room 118 on the first floor with a partial view of the loch, bath with shower plenty of drawer and..."