Aberfoyle Hotels

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Forth Inn: An inn in town

This is where the Mushroom Festival's main bash was on (see things to do tips). It was pretty much what you'd expect from an inn in this part of the world. Reasonably comfortable bed, ensuite room that was a little larger than some we'd stayed in during our trip and you couldn't hear the noise from downstairs.

You could however, hear the noise from across the road and that kept me awake for a time during the night but, to give credit to the owners, they've spent some money on the premises and done it up to look mediaeval downstairs and, hey, it worked for me.
The Forth Inn is a family run hotel in the centre of Aberfoyle and at the heart of Scotland's First National Park.
Phil and Tris Crowder bought The Forth Inn in June 1998 and have since refurbished the bedroom accommodation and other parts of the establishment including the function room, known as 'The Gathering', the room is complete with its suit of armour and portraits of Scottish kings.
It has a warm friendly atmosphere, with good food, and it's handy to other businesses.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Architecture, Arts and Culture, Food and Dining
  • Written December 11, 2005
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