- 16 guest reviews
"we stayed at the glendarroch for a weekend while visiting family, this b&b was exceptional value.when we arrived we were greeted warmly by M..."
"On arrival we were met by mae the owner of this B&B who was very nice and polite. She showed us to a nice room with a double and single bed..."
"My wife and I really enjoyed our 2 night stay. We were over from Ireland for a wedding and we could not fault The place a bit. Run by nice p..."
"Excellent room and value for money, Excellent breakfast. The coupl e who run this b&b are very friendly and welcoming. Great place to stay...."
"Enjoyable stay in clean and well presented guest house ,large comfortable beds beautifully laundered bed linen and comfy pillows.welcome ket..."
About the hotel
Glendarroch is a family run self classified 3 star bed & breakfast (B&B) in the sunny seaside town of Largs, Ayrshire, Scotland. The accommodation is located on Irvine Road, only two minutes away from Largs town centre, the beautiful and famous Largs promanade, Kelburn Golf Course and the Ferry to Millport (Isle of Cumbrae), and is very easy to find. Furthermore, it is far enough out of town to ensure your evening is not disturbed by the town's many bar and pubs.
You are only 1 minute away from Morrison's supermarket, and only 2 minutes from the beautifully maintained seafront. Its location couldn't be any better for all types of visitors. Every room is en-suite, free WiFi, No Smoking, a remote colour television, coffee and tea amenities and ample 'off road' parking. Unlike other Largs hotels we have a 4-adult sleeping family room, as well as a twin and double room. Pack Lunch is also available for an extra charge.
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- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available, In-room Broadband, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas, Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
- In room entertainment
- TV, Satellite TV, [Channels] News, [Channels] Sky Sports, [Channels] Foreign (European), [Channels] Music
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room
- Ground floor bedrooms
- Breakfast to go
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- From 12:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
- 20/07/2010 to 31/07/2019 - Although a credit / debit card is required to secure the reservation please note we at the accommodation only accept cash or cheque. The LateRooms.com rates for Glendarroch in Largs are the total price of the room and not the 'per person' rate. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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88% would recommend it to a friend
we stayed at the glendarroch for a weekend while visiting family, this b&b was exceptional value.when we arrived we were greeted warmly by Mae,who showed us our room and explained how things worked etc,the room was clean and the bedding emaculate,we where very happy with all the facilities on offer and would recommend the full scottish breakfast...it was huge and very well cooked.
we will be back in the summer to visit and will be staying here again.
Our experience at Glendarroch
On arrival we were met by mae the owner of this B&B who was very nice and polite.
She showed us to a nice room with a double and single bed which we were happy to stay in. Oops then there was a problem that coincidentally my brothers wife had booked a twin room via Late rooms and guess what?. Yes this was the twin room. So we were then shown to another quite nice looking room which appeared to have a huge bed. I asked Mae if it was king size. She nodded and confirmed it was. Great. we thought and took the room straight away. Now then. This is what we found. The king size bed was in fact two singles pushed together. The mattresses were very hard and lumpy. And have you ever tried to sleep close to each other in two single beds pushed together. Well let me tell you. That edge bit of the beds when they meet is like trying to sleep on a knife edge. Very poor quality of bed in my opinion. It didn't end there. The duvet on the bed was quite thin given the time of year in Bonnie cold Scotland. What made it worse was the heating was hardly on. Turned down at the mains I think. We were freezing all night and had very very little sleep.
We spoke to the owners in the morning and told them about the problem and the heating was turned up immediately probably to the max. We were now sweltering. Hey. But the breakfast. Great breakfast. Nice and clean breakfast with toast and tea or coffee. I enjoyed that the most about Glendarroch. My partner didn't think the same however. Maybe because she doesn't like eating hair with her breakfast. She discretely plucked the hairs off her plate and left the rest. Strange though that I didn't really enjoy the accommodation considering that was what I had paid for. Cleanliness. Well I have been in worse and in fairness the Glendarroch wasn't filthy or anything, just a bit old and run down. A few cobwebs in the en suite and dusty inside drawers and wardrobe. Getting a bit over the top now ain't I. But all that I've written hear is the truth of my visit to Glendarroch, and I hope I don't offend Mae and her partner who own and run the place. But truth be told. I wont book to stay there again.