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Golf course (within 3 km), Fishing, Horse riding, Evening entertainment
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No internet access available.
Free! Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed lunches, 24-hour front desk, Shared lounge/TV area, Daily maid service, Fax/photocopying
Non-smoking rooms, Lift, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
14:00 - 23:00 hours
07:30 - 10:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
Cards accepted at this property
Glenmorag Hotel accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorise your card prior to arrival.
Based on 54 reviews
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On the West Bay Promenade in Dunoon, Argyll, The Esplanade Hotel looks out over the sea. The hotel has a sun terrace, en suite rooms and entertainment most evenings.
Score from 90 reviews Very good
Meaning “wooded narrows”, The Coylet is a charming 17th-century inn situated on the pretty shores of Loch Eck.
Score from 81 reviews Fabulous
With stunning views of Rothesay Bay and the Cowal Hills, The Ardyne Guest House is just 2 minutes’ drive from the town’s ferry terminal.
Score from 45 reviews Superb
Situated in Largs, beside the Firth of Clyde, Glendarroch B&B is just half a mile from Largs Ferry Terminal. With free parking and free Wi-Fi, the hotel offers cooked breakfasts.
Score from 69 reviews Fabulous
hotel sits on a great position with excellent views of the beautiful scenery. needs quite a few million to up grade the inside .
the tired ,shabby and dated decor of inside of hotel.
Good location, near the West Bay for a stroll along the prom into Dunoon. The room was clean and comfortable and the staff where friendly.
2 out of the 3 breakfasts i had during my stay where cold. The hotel is in need of refurbishment and is very dated and shabby looking. A real shame as it would of been a fabulous hotel in its hey day.
view from hotel is excellent, staff friendly,breakfast good, hotel needs a wee bit of TLC inside.
loose toilet seat,
The hotel setting is lovely with sea views at the front of the property, as has been commented before it does have an old world charm. The staff were pleasant and overall efficient. We only ate breakfast which we enjoyed.
Our room at the back of the hotel was clean, but very faded and dull. Requires serious updating.
great views from hotel situation. bar prices a revelation so fair.very good entertainment.warm and comfortable bedrooms. service from staff good.
tired décor and carpeting in poor condition rather worn and aged.distance from town centre and local amenities making use of car or taxies a must
A bit run down
Would have preferred tea pots at breakfast. Dining room in need of repair and a good clean down.
Dining room and staff in dining room. Plenty to eat for breakfast. .Sheets and towels were as good as anywhere.
Parking for the number of guests is poor. Stains on bedroom carpet.
I liked the location of the hotel, price, architecture, history and aura of the building, staff, breakfast. Lots of hot water.
The ceiling in our room was very thin so heard the guests above each time they moved around, mattress was old and ribbed and bed squeeky, extractor in ensuite didnt work. Carpet had dirty stains.
poor quality of breakfast= had been sitting precooked for some time bathroom shower curtain dirty oversink light not working shower not working fabric on furniture grubby cobwebs on lamps mould on windows
Good breakfast Helpful staff/good service
Building is tired needs investment Very poor TV reception Could be cleaner
The price was excellent. We liked the location. Staff were fiendly, polite, helpful and kind. Rooms were comfortable and cleaned thoroughly and towels were changed and tea/coffee replenished daily. Breakfast was basic but provided a good start to the day. We had to check out very early on the day of our departure and the night porter had unexpectedly made up packed lunches for us as we left before the start of breakfast. We thought that was a kind gesture.
This magnificent building is very much passed it's best. It needs a complete overhaul and freshen up. Parking is limited near the hotel due to the coaches that arrive daily as this hotel caters predominantly for coach parties. Each room has a TV but the signal is very weak so many of the major channels are unavailable. In the foyer, reception and on most floors there are no smoking notices which leave the guest in no doubt as to whichever Scottish act one might breach if one deigns to smoke inside as well as what penalty one might expect. Whilst notifications on this subject might still be required for some guests too many are a little off putting and not very welcoming....and we're non smokers!
Not very much to be honest.
Poor service, wallpaper hanging off walls. 1 hour window for breakfast. Lack of competent English speaking staff.
Location and view
Very old and warn out. Everything about the hotel was passed its best. Not worth the money I paid. Not when you compare it to the other hotels I stayed in. The Goil Inn and Arochar hotel which were about the same price. To see all the smokers sat outside the front door on my arrival was very off putting. Staff seemed ok. Ballroom was nice and new looking. The owner's just need to bring the place up to date.
Bedroom was clean and breakfast was ok
Place was extremely shabby, it smelled the minute you walked in the door, the loos in reception were a disgrace, the bar area was kitted out like a nursing home. Only seemed to have 5 staff and they did everything. Gardens all overgrown. Outside paint falling off. In fact I wouldn't recommend Dunoon to anyone:(
1. The staff were very nice, polite and helpful 2. The sheets and towels were clean although the duvets could do with a bit of TLC
1. The decor of the rooms, wallpaper hanging off the walls. Damp patches visible. newspapers used as draft excluder in windows that don't shut. 2. Noise ....all floorboards creaked in all the rooms, landings etc 3. The ballroom was directly under the sleeping accommodation and disturbed our children until 11pm when the music stopped (OAP music) 4. The whole place is in dire need of refurbishment and modernisation. 5. Smoking area directly outside the main entrance which is unacceptable. 6. All rooms smelt like nursing homes,especially the bathrooms. 7. Communal toilets lacked cleanliness and need a total rehaul 8. Proportion control of the food was severe ... Ok for OAPs but not for under 70s
The hotel while old had a certain charm. The beds were comfortable and the room had wide ranging views across the Firth. Breakfast was excellent.The staff were all courteous and helpful.
The room was a treifle cramped with little space between one of the beds and the wall.
Great views across the Clyde
Reception was usually unmanned. Rooms not ready on arrival (after 2pm) No bar facilities open at 2330 on a Saturday night. Breakfast was served only from 8-9 on a Sunday morning, and the portions were ridiculously small. Noisy, creaky floorboards made sleeping difficult. Entirely geared towards pensioner coach parties.
The hotel catered for coach parties. Breakfast was only served between 8-9am Not enough car parking. We had to move to allow coaches to park
Good price & breakfast
Poor cleanliness in bathroom, all corners on floor dirty and bottom of bath panel rotted through.
Price and location
Very poor television choice if you spent time in your room,television channels that were available were of poor picture quality. Very limited choice for breakfast and evening meal.
Hotel was clean and good value for money. Prices in the bar were very reasonable too.
staff were very friendly and helpful, room was clean.
room was very old fashioned and in need upgraded, and we had now view at all and the remote didn't work for the tv in which my partner who is deaf couldn't put the subtitles on.
where it was
run-down atmosphere and filthy state of forecourt in front of main entrance. creaky floors and staircases, and a general feeling of "faded glory".
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