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We had not made plans to visit the Glengarry Castle Hotel; we simply saw a sign on the side of the road ... and we were ready for a stop. After a quarter mile drive through a wooded lane, an absolutely beautiful building appeared! We...More
The evening meal for £32 was delicious and enjoyable experience. Starters, main and deserts all well prepared. State your meal time and arrive on time.
Plenty of parking. Nice grounds to walk about.
Polite service. Nice big bathroom for my room but I expect variable...More
We moored our boat at the hotel pontoon and had an evening meal. A very genteel hotel with very good food and first class service. The dinner gong could wake the dead but it all added to the charm of the place. Waking up in...More
I had a wonderful five nights stay at the Glengarry Castle Hotel. Lovely location (in fine grounds next to a river), very nice rooms (mine was very spacious with nice views across fields), excellent food and very friendly and helpful staff. I shall certainly be...More
Glengarry Castle Hotel B&B was wonderful situated on a lake, or Loch as it's called in Scotland. A great location all by itself in the wooded area. Our corner room was very nice with great views. Breakfast was "lovely" and dinner was superb. Not far...More
Response from Mike Arran | Reviewed this property |
My understanding is that dogs are allowed in certain (but not the deluxe) bedrooms. However, they're not allowed in most of the public areas including the dining rooms. And I've never seen any in one of those rooms but I... More
My understanding is that dogs are allowed in certain (but not the deluxe) bedrooms. However, they're not allowed in most of the public areas including the dining rooms. And I've never seen any in one of those rooms but I have in the corridors and outside.
Check with the hotel to be sure.