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Victoria House, 81 King Street, Crieff, Crieff, PH7 3HB, United Kingdom – Show map
Excellent location — rated 9.1/10! (score from 89 reviews)
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Food & Drink
Breakfast in the room
Free public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not possible).
Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Non-smoking throughout
16:00 - 18:00 hours
Until 10:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years are charged GBP 10 per person per night for children's cots/cribs.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 20 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
This property only accepts cash payments.
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Based on 89 reviews
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The room it self was great. The owner could not have been more helpful. Highly recommend.
The b&b rooms are beautiful and make for a luxurious stay
Didn't feel welcomed in the house or made to feel at home. Staff could have been more accommodating
From the moment we were greeted, to walking in our room and then our breakfast in the morning ... just one word ... WOW!
we loved everything!
Staff were very friendly, room was gorgeous as was the whole house!The fact you also had your own key and were able to come and go as you liked was an added bonus! Location for all amenities was fabulous. Really enjoyed ourselves!
Unfortunately we had a shared bathroom, not ideal! Also although the other guests there were lovely, I wasn't really comfortable about us all sitting at one big table for breakfast, I would've preferred a table for two.Fresh fruit (maybe) apart from this breakfast was lovely as was the service!
The size of the bed
Some of the paintwork needed touched up.
Absolutely stunning decor, very friendly atmosphere. We all felt right at home. If i am ever in creff i will definitely be booking in again. I would highly recommend the Victoria House B&B
Amazing room with huge comfortable bed and huge tv,couldn't have asked for a better sleep! Owner of the B&B is lovely very friendly and helpful.
No face cloths & could be doing with more towels.
Very personal experience. Owners were very friendly.
Beds were big and comftable Big clauset Plenty lighting Plesent host Goodb options for breakfastt Clean towels and plenty hot water
Digital tv didn't have all channels. Thick dust on chandelier A constant droning from heating I imagine. Was very warm and windows didn't open enough for fresh air. Wifi I used the password on about 4 different sky connections and it worked with one and I couldn't get it to work . Wouldnt load page. Also in the area if ur 02 u can't get data . Or its very slow . But not all bad negatives
The owner was exceptionally nice and it was clear from the condition of the room and the little extras in the room that she cared that people had a good experience in her house. And her new born baby was as quiet as a mouse.
There were too many smells. Too much fragrance in the bedroom and bathroom and a bit too many pillows as well. For people who are sensitive to odors, it is a bit overwhelming. (that was why i rated cleanliness at fair) As a suggestion, breakfast could be improved with just a little fresh fruit and some hearty bread. For people who have diet restrictions, there wasn't a lot of choice outside the typical Scottish breakfast especially if you were on a plant based diet.
Spotlessly clean. Friendliness and warmth of our host. Ease of parking (free) right outside the door. Value for money.
The unusual rather 'stately' nature of the way the building had been renovated. It was like a high class hotel with grand rooms and four-poster beds. The big beds were luxurious and the candelabras magnificent. The dining room was grand too!
No ensuite so although there was a lovely bath I would have been anxious about soaking in it as we shared the bathroom with several people. The breakfast could have been better - we had instant coffee and no fresh fruit.
Spacious room with en-suite; cooked breakfast was okay.
1. Room was filled with furniture with no purpose; 2. Only one chair in the room; 3. Continental breakfast had very little choice, no fruit and bread for toast was still in the plastic bag; 4. Bath towels were very small and not changed - even when we left towels in the bath tub on the second morning, we returned in the afternoon to find that they had been hung back on the rails; 5. Bed almost needed a step-ladder to get into.
Location and personal welcome
The stairs and a bit overpriced
Value for money. Bed was amazingly comfy.
breakfast was alright but only white bread, no fruit, no herb teas. Too much stuff in the rooms, boudoir style, sort of fun but not really me. No tourist information.
This was a wonderful find in Crieff! We have stayed at the Hydro and Knock Castle before but decided this time to try a slightly cheaper option - great idea!! This was a wonderful bed and breakfast. Absolutely spotless and quite stunningly decorated in Victorian style. The bed was large and very comfortable with top quality linen. We had a very large TV which unfortunately didn't have great reception but we were there to golf!!! The owner was delightful and very pleasant to chat to. Breakfast was nice and overall I would rate this very highly - we won't be back to Hydro or knock castle as they are at least four times the price!!! Two tiny niggles. In the shared toilet the sink is so close to the toilet you cannot stand in front of it and the seat didn't stay up - difficult for my husband!!! At breakfast there wasn't a side knife so I had to eat my bacon with a jammy knife. Tiny little issues however and I would highly recommend this B and B and would definately go back.
The rooms were beautiful the beds really comfy. The couple who owned the B & B were so friendly and easygoing.
No on suite although we knew when we booked that that would be the case.
breakfast time-latest 9am, feel this could be extended slightly for those that wish a longer lie
Great Staff, lovely bedrooms, excellent decor. Very good value for money. The owners were very flexible with check-in times. We checked-in at 23.30 after attending the Commonwealth Games. Great location, an hours drive from Rutherglen (south side of Glasgow) with 15minute train ride into City Centre. We used it as a base for attending the Commonwealth Games
Our bedroom was the only one with en-suite facilities, which with only 4 letting rooms might put some people off. Our bathroom was certainly big enough to accomodate a separate shower cubicle.
Very friendly owners who were happy to help. The beds were wide and comfy. Decor was tidy and interesting. Ensuite bathroom was spacious. Bath robes and slippers in the room with the shared bathroom.
Stairs - too steep and too many for elderly people. Bed in ensuite too high for elderly people. Shower in the ensuite bathroom was in the bath, which was difficult for elderly people to access if they find getting into a bath hard. A separate shower would have been better. TV in ensuite room had poor picture. Breakfast could have had more choice eg marmalade as well as jam, more cereal choice, also other guests sharing the same pot of jam rather than having a few on the go.
Beautiful hotel, decor stunning. Massive comfortable bed. Hosts we're very welcoming, made you feel at ease in their home. Good selection at breakfast, nice & tasty. Ideally situation for a nice evening stroll into the Main Street which has lovely bars & restaurants.
Shared bathroom a bit awkward but we were aware when we booked so it was fine. Also at the bottom of a big hill if you want to go into the main town so ladies be warned, flats are essential. I'm sure passers by had a good laugh watching me come back down the hill in 5inch wedges :0)
The owners made us feel very welcome on arrival and throughout our stay. The bed was very spacious and comfy, loads of space in the room, massive telly with DVD player, free Wi-Fi, very well decorated and a very good full Scots breakfast. Thoroughly recommended.
Very spacious with separate area to keep clothes and luggage, comfy bed, and large bathroom. Friendly owners and lovely building
Full Breakfast could have included more Scottish breakfast items(haggis, potato scone & lorne sausage)
The rooms were stunning - definately a "wow", and the staff were delightful, informative and friendly. I would probably go back there because of their good nature and the clean, beautiful facilities! In addition, it was very easy to get from the B&B to anywhere in town.
The breakfasting hour wasn't suitable, although we had the B&B to ourselves one night and they were very kind to push breakfast ahead by 30 min. However, the complementary breakfast between 7-8:00am was too easy to miss - or too difficult to get older children up for - and had to pay for breakfast for 4 people at a local restaurant at 9:00am. (setting me back another £16). Also, the towels were on the small side, and this is going to sound odd, but the mirrors were hung too high on the walls for anyone.
Warm welcome, décor beautiful, lovely owners and you can come and go as you please.
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