The room we were given was in a small annexe in the courtyard and we had our own front door which mean as we were attending a wedding, we did not have to disturb anyone in the hotel. The cooked breakfast was good.
Lack of ambience in the hotel itself. Although it is only a small hotel in a small village, I felt there was a lack of welcoming feeling in the decor, etc.
The blonde lady who served breakfast (and most other meals). It was the opening day of the Ryder Cup and she kindly set up tables in the bar for breakfast so we could watch the first tee shots. Top service!
The staff were excellent, they went out of their way to assist me during my stay.
Parking can be difficult but the car park at the nearby Railway station can be used if necessary.
The fact that they had read my notes on my booking, the very friendly staff and the food was pretty good
The only thing that was a dissapointment was the fact that they advertised as a real ale pub but only had one ale on. They did have bottled but these worked out very expensive
A very pleasant hotel to stay in, only 25 minutes by train to Edinburgh.Lovely seaside village.
Friendly welcome, comfortable room, owners Scott and Illona very helpful and keen to please, great food. Easy train access to Edinburgh and a great spot to get back to after a day in the city.
very convenient to the train (steps away).
very thin staff during breakfast - one very over-extended person to serve breakfast and process guests checking out.
friendly helpful staff
Breakfast very good (nice bacon)
Location, friendly and helpful staff