Ratings based on 201 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from london
Nice hotelPosted Aug 25, 2014
We got lucky with a big room overlooking the river. However if you weren't so lucky, you can also enjoy the view at the restaurant. It was the only option in that area for breakfast, lunch and dinner unless you have a car so after 1 day, you might be dying to try something different.
by A verified traveler
Don't believe the photos - it's not like that!Posted Aug 23, 2014
Pros: Staff were friendly and helpful
Cons: Every physical thing about the hotel was old, tired and needed a rebuild.
Arriving at the hotel - it looks fantastic, but that was not the real hotel, the old building has a labyrinth of various extensions added to it. The room we were in was shabby, things did not work, and the whole wing that we stayed in badly needed stripping back to the bare walls and refitting. The staff were the redeeming feature of the thing, they were friendly and helpful, but could not rebuild the hotel overnight! The doors to the rooms were heavy and it was impossible to close them quietly - oh well, sleep is over rated.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from worcestershire
comfotable and spaciousPosted Aug 19, 2014
Pros: The room was huge and the bed very comfortable, for me the clincher is that they accept pets.
Cons: If I were to be picky, the towels were not as big and fluffy as in some other hotels however, they were clean and soft
Location: Beautiful rural location with a golf course for those who play, Ingliston equestrian centre is close by and of course, Glasgow has plenty of shops
I thorougly enjoyed my stay, the staff were friendly, helpful and pleasant. Nothing was too much trouble for them and I was well looked after.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Aberdeen
Good foodPosted Jul 12, 2014
Excellent food in restaurant. Staff helpful and friendly. Beautiful surroundings but the accommodation wing is round the back, overlooks car park ( although with golf course behind), and is dated and tired. The original building has a beautiful terrace overlooking the river, but I think this is only used for functions as hotel guest facilities are all at the back beside the car park, which is a pity.
by A verified traveler
Average hotel on a golf coursePosted Jun 28, 2014
The room had been updated and was clean. The hotel could use some work and is not appropriate for anyone with mobility issues as nothing is on one level. Could not use the gym as it was not open on the weekend early enough (09:00). Breakfast was good, there seem to be a nice bar and terrace but no one working in it. The golfers bar was open, it was a little ruff and food average.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Lou from Rochester NY
Posted May 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
Large comfortable bedrooms and bathrooms. Some peeling paint in the bathroom but overall highly recommended
for Everyoneby Jess from Washington, England
Lovely facilities fabulous viewPosted May 26, 2014
Pros: Good rooms
Cons: Bathroom cleanliness and size of bath
The drive sweeps up to the front of this old house which has been converted and very much extended into a lovely hotel. But be warned, this hotel is not for those with mobility issues. The house backs up to a steep hill and the hotel has been extended up the hill so there are lots and lots of stairs. In fact it's a bit of a rabbit warren in that sense. We were checked in early and since our room was on the Leisure level, we were sensibly advised to move the car up to the upper car park. Pleasantly surpised by a large room with two comfortable double beds, a good sized bathroom, ironing board and iron, tea/coffee/biscuits and hairdryer. I didn't like the glass shower panel in the bathroom. I would have preferred a shower curtain as I felt the panel had restricted the cleaning of the tap area of the bath - a little mould. Bath could be bigger too. The pool was great. There is a steam room and a sauna on the pool side. Wear some flip flops though as the poolside floor is very hard on bare feet. Couldn't get booked at the Elemis Spa (I wanted a manicure) so perhaps you need to book in advance of your visit. But the prices were very reasonable for the services on offer. We had cream tea in the bar which was very nice, but we didn't eat main meals in the hotel so I can't comment on the food although the meals I saw all looked large and well-prepared. The views across the Clyde are stunning, especially Dumbarton Rock which is almost directly opposite.
Recommendedby a from b
beautiful locationPosted May 13, 2014 on Hotels.com
very enjoyable stay
Recommendedby Andy from London
Good overallPosted May 12, 2014 on Hotels.com
Good location for countryside and views and only 25 minutes from the airport. Breakfast is good but dinner a little expensive. The staff were all friendly and helpful.
for Business Travelersby CFS from Ambleside
Great two daysPosted May 10, 2014 on Hotels.com