A good location for exploring the Scottish lowlands. Grand looking grounds, but a tired interior with rooms needing refurbishment. Bed sheets worn and stained. Rooms with ajoining doors extremely noisy. Staff helpful with a good attitude, but in dire need of basic training in customer relations...bewildered ...
While the hotel itself is nice with comfortable rooms, we had a terrible time with the staff there. When we got to our room, there were wet, visibly dirty towels on both beds and the bathroom was a mess. We called reception to inform them and someone did come to remove the towels and bring us fresh ...
The hotel is shabby when I was expecting something more pleasing to the eye. The TV did not work but it took 24 hours and reminders to get a simple exchange of the remote control. Breakfast was unappetizing( the fried eggs were greasy and the potato concoction was tasteless. I requested tea fir breakfast ...
Located in charming old mill (c. 16th century). Location is fantastic - 5 minute walk to train/bus stations and in historic district without suffering from noise. Staff is extremely professional. My room was of good size with two twin beds, TV, writing desk and sizable wardrobe. Downfall is the walls ...
A good location for exploring the Scottish lowlands. Grand looking grounds, but a tired interior with rooms needing refurbishment. Bed sheets worn and stained. Rooms with ajoining doors extremely noisy. Staff helpful with a good attitude, but in dire need of basic training in customer relations...bewildered looks common. A top notch restuarant with excellent food, but lacking server coordination and general management. Bar staff did not know how to make a Black Russian coctail and when instructed on the ingredients, they took the liberty of filling the glass with lots of water.
The rooms and hotel itself have been completely renovated. The rooms are a little small but everything is new, clean, and in good condition. My only gripe would be the restaurant staff could do with a little more customer service training.
This was a great impression on a really nice looking place- super close to shopping and the castle, which is great. The room was super tight, and the shower glass wasn't blocking water great. The internet worked for about an hour and then sucked the rest of our stay, so that wasn't awesome. Nice place to stop through, but at this price I wouldn't recommend a long-term stay.
Roman Camp is a unique hotel. In many ways a throwback in time, old buildings, romantic flare and formal staff. All public spaces are luxuriously decorated yet comfortable with overstuffed sofas and chairs. Restaurant is good. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay!!!!
Whether you're on a budget or looking for a luxurious place to rest your head in Dunblane, you can find it on Orbitz. We have 15 hotels here, most of which rate highly for Hotel Staff and Location, so you can enjoy a comfortable stay in a quiet corner of Dunblane or right in the heart of the action.
Oh, and about that action — how do Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park, Ramsay Green, Laighhills Public Park and Alloa Rugby Club sound?Where to shop in Dunblane
Want to dress like a local or pick up some new duds? Jewelry stores like Gordon R McFarlane FBHI offer up pretty baubles and sleek accessories.
Buy the newest gadgets at PC World.Where to stay in Dunblane
Edinburgh Airport is the main hub for flights into Dunblane and the surrounding area.Activities and entertainment in Dunblane
Whether you're traveling solo or with the entire family in tow, you can find something fun to do in Dunblane. For a different kind of rush, catch a game or concert at Ochilview Park.
For a relaxing bit of fun, hit the bowling lanes at Dunblane Bowling Club. LivingWell Dunblane is always on hand to help you relax and forget about work for a while.Where to eat in Dunblane
Dunblane has plenty of dining options for hungry travelers. Among these are The Village Inn, India Gate Tandoori Restaurant, Café Continental and Kailyard by Nick Nairn, where you can grab some coffee or sit down to a meal.Best times to visit Dunblane
Dunblane is always welcoming to new visitors and old friends, but November, January and December are the most budget-friendly times to visit. During these months, you'll save approximately 37%, 36% and 30%, respectively.Best times to visit Dunblane
Dunblane is always welcoming to new visitors and old friends, but November, January and December are the most budget-friendly times to visit. During these months, you'll save approximately 37%, 36% and 30%, respectively.Arts and culture in Dunblane
Broaden your horizens during your Dunblane trip with a stop in Dunblane Museum Trust and Cathedral Museum. You can also learn something new or pick up a new work of fiction at Dunblane Library and Oxfam Bookshop.
Interested in higher education? Stirling University Library attracts tourist, alums and hopeful students alike to its campus.
Not everyone in Dunblane calls it a night after sundown. Party with the night owls at The Tappit Hen, The Riverside - Pub, Kitchen & Coffee House and 189 Bar.Outdoor activities in Dunblane
Dunblane is a great place to experience some of Earth's natural wonders. Head to Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park to see some unique and exotic creatures.
Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park and The Falkirk Wheel are good options for spending some time outdoors in Dunblane while breathing in that fresh air.