Stayed here for two nights. It was superb. Hotel is beautiful and our lovely bedroom overlooked the loch. Staff couldn’t be more helpful or friendly. Breakfast first class and bar meals great. Would definitely recommend this hotel.
Managed to find time for a 2-night staycation and very pleased we chose the Taychreggan Hotel. Beautiful rooms with extended living areas and amazingly appointed bathrooms (recently all refurbished) and excellent food morning, noon and night. Covid conscious staff met us, guided us and supported us through the weekend ensuring our safety and comfort at all times. Masks in all communal areas, sanitiser 'everywhere' and spced tables but also outside heated areas for us to enjoy a drink. Well done, will be back once Covid is over!
Our kids and friends got us a weekend away here for our silver wedding anniversary, after we honeymooned here 25 years ago. Even better than we remembered! Food, staff and everything was faultless... even the weather! Special mentions to Michelle, Sandie and George but actually everyone we met helped to make this trip just perfect ❤️ Two return visits already booked..can't wait!!
Just attended a wedding here, where whole hotel was booked for the guests. Simply the best wedding ever! As a venue, it could not be more beautiful, tranquil and yet perfectly caught the character of the happy couple. Lots of wonderful reception rooms- library, billiard room,bar and all with different ambience. As to the staff- they were the perfect mix of providing everything we wanted(even tweaking many foods/drinks for our autistic son), but yet deftly unobtrusive. It felt like a home from home! Thank you all so much!
Excellent hotel in a most beautiful location. Food first rate and rooms very well appointed. We had a junior suite overlooking Loch Awe. The room was located just above the reception area and we think it could be noisy in normal times. However, during the Covid restrictions when, by decree of the Holyrood Haddies, hospitality has to close down by 10.00 pm it was perfectly peaceful. It is a most historical setting. Apparently Dr Johnson stayed here during his tour of the Highlands. It was also a drovers' inn where the Highlanders swam their cattle across the Loch on their way to Central Scotland Markets. The staff are uniformly pleasant and helpful the hotel, despite its considerable age, is very warm. Also despite its age it has been sympathetically restored and…