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Newest reviews for The Cuilfail Hotel

  • Anonymous
      France
    26 August 2014

    clean, friendly, good breakfast. altogether very practical hotel and conveniently located close to Seil (boat trips) but not as home-like as expected...

    hotel on the road, some rooms have view on the road, darkish dining rooms (apart from bkfast room which is great and bright), little bathroom a little bit gloomy and very weak water pressure.

    5.4

  • Anne
      Australia
    24 August 2014

    relaxed, friendly

    the shower- it was not very strong

    7.5

  • Jenny
      United Kingdom
    21 August 2014

    Old fashioned

    5

  • David
      Australia
    17 August 2014

    Staff were extremely welcoming,, the room was lovely with a really comfy bed & the breakfast was excellent. Lots of great tips from staff & locals on best places to go. A very enjoyable stay highly recommend.

    Nothing

    10

  • David
      United Kingdom
    11 August 2014

    A good "old fashioned" hotel. No silly gimmicks. Welcoming staff. Food: excellent choice and quality. Distant bagpipes.

    9.6

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    3 August 2014

    The langoustines were best my husband has ever had! He is very very fussy. Expensive though. I'd recommend the food!!

    Very long wait for dinner! TV ancient and only three channels as I think two channels were same!! As Games were on we were interested in watching! Breakfast for two another £20!!

    6.3

  • Kristy
      United Kingdom
    18 July 2014

    Clean Comfy bed Quiet location

    No WiFi Tiny television

    7.1

  • David
      U.S.A.
    11 July 2014

    As there was no other restaurant in the area we ate at the pub in the hotel. What a surprise! They had the usual pub food but also a couple of other items that were quite gourmet. For me, this was the best thing about staying here. We have stayed in so many one night places on this trip that only the really good and really bad are remembered.

    6.7

  • Lee
      United Kingdom
    8 July 2014

    Good Staff, good beer and good Craic! Quick trip to collect an engine and this place was on our way home, ideal.

    7.5

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    4 July 2014

    Stayed a couple of days. Hotel is well located almost mid way between Crinan and Oban. Friendly owner and staff.

    The poor old house has been neglected for many years and the current owners have a huge job to repair and renew. We also found the internal decor rather dreary and dark.

    7.9

  • Brian
      United Kingdom
    3 July 2014

    Made very welcome. Only been running buisiness for a few years, young couple venture doing very well. Grand old house lot's of character good food. would stay again All the very Best Brian Angie Bisley, Surrey

    Would loved to have stayed longer

    7.9

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    27 June 2014

    friendly staff

    dated rooms, worst shower ever used,scruffy garden,expensive compared to other hotels we stayed in. needs complete makeover will not go back

    4.6

  • Anonymous
      Germany
    15 June 2014

    friendliness of staff the old bar the atmosphere the food for dinner

    8.8

  • Fiona
      United Kingdom
    11 June 2014

    Really excellant breakfast. Quiert location.

    Room was dated. Areas need repainting

    6.3

  • Neil
      United Kingdom
    9 June 2014

    Friendly, helpful and efficient staff. Good welcome and homecooked fare.

    Wi-fi reception patchy in rooms. As it was a business trip, this meant working from the bar area.

    7.5

  • Gaye
      Australia
    1 June 2014

    Good atmosphere and fr

    7.9

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    1 June 2014

    For the price it was a good nights sleep, a bar and nice food

    Meals were very nice, but a simple sandwich on the menu would have been welcome.

    7.9

  • Anonymous
      Germany
    18 May 2014

    Atmosphere, the Bar, the friendly people, the food, the old house with beautiful rooms, huge bathroom with bathtub and shower, best breakfast we had in 2 weeks!

    10

  • John
      United Kingdom
    23 February 2014

    Food in the bar was excellent and the staff were very friendly

    5.8

  • Anthony
      United Kingdom
    19 February 2014

    Character Convenience

    Too cold

    7.9

  • Richard
      United Kingdom
    13 October 2013

    Not a lot. The food was OK. we ate dinner there. It was very slow coming.

    The room was very tired and in need of a makeover. The bed was far too soft. The windows were filthy. The lounge, in which we ate, was lacking in atmosphere. Had we not booked in advance and needed somewhere for the night, we would not have stayed. really, the Cuilfail is a local pub with rooms.

    4.2

  • Vickie
      United Kingdom
    3 September 2013

    Location, Staff (including owners) nice. We went to local quiz night for a boat thingy, quite funny.

    Breakfast was dreadful. No Tattie-scones, or "traditional Black pudding" offered. We are used to better. Stayed next two nights in Inveraray for less/ and got full Monty Breakfast and dinner, we had to pay for our dinner in Cuilfail! We often go away and stay overnight or a few nights. This was our 47th wed. Anniv.(and needs had to be) The Argyll nxt two nights cheaper including meal, was much better in every way. We would not mgo back and would not recommend to anyone. Nothing to do with the dampness on the wall, (took the room as Vickie due to operation could not go up more stairs. Room was adequate! No value was very poor to what we are used to. And as said we tried our best going to their "local" fundraising night.. SOooory to be so honest but it may help others not to GO...we were very disappointed.

    5.8

  • Sue
      United Kingdom
    16 July 2013

    Friendly, good food and beer(real ale) Lots of character

    10

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