The Best Western Crianlarich Hotel is ideal for anyone seeking highlands hospitality. Classy, characterful and comfortable, this pleasant Scottish spot is uniquely located near some of the country's finest viewpoints. Glencoe, Loch Lomond, Loch Tay, Killin, Oban and the Hebrides are all within easy reach!
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As a Victorian hotel, this independently owned 3-Star hotel is a perfect year-round venue. We host meetings, functions, short breaks and wedding receptions with equally high standards of service. In our public bar and comfortable lounges with log burning fires, you'll find fabulous, hearty, local food, and a wide selection of beers, wines and award-winning Single Malt whiskies from traditional distilleries. Drop by for a dram anytime! Enjoy your stay.
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Pets allowed with restrictions. Pets allowed with restrictions. Small, well-behaved dogs are allowed with a fee.
Car parking over the road and some nice features in the hotel. Wasn't overenamoured with the broth though. Salty stock flavour and barley weren't worth the £5 charge. The sandwiches were freshly made...
By Jenny S
Lancaster, England, United Kingdom on 15-Aug-2018
Stayed for 1 x night while doing West Highland Way. Good food and choice, both breakfast and dinner and good service throughout. Spacious room, comfy bed - everything worked. Nice staff - Reception...
By Paul G
Barnstaple, United Kingdom on 14-Aug-2018
The room was clean but dated ... & dark. The breakfast service was lacking in ... service! Extremely slow - but the staff were friendly enough when they got round to engaging with us.
Belfast, United Kingdom on 13-Aug-2018
Stayed here for two nights during the WHW. Solid hotel. All the staff, without exception, were excellent. The bar and restaurant were very good. Ate in the main restaurant one night and had...
Ascot on 29-Jul-2018
We enjoyed our time in Crianlarich. The hotel met our needs nicely and the restaurant was good. The decor matched the setting. The ploughman’s salad at lunch after a good morning’s hike was welcomed...