Rob Roy Hotel - Aberfoyle (Stirling)56.171668527964, -4.36608374118805
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best 3 Star Hotels in United Kingdom
The 3-star Rob Roy Hotel is located in historic Aberfoyle, 15 minutes away from The Scottish Wool Centre. You can make use of 24-hour room service, a laundry room and wedding services on the premises of the hotel.
The hotel is approximately 15 minutes' walk from Aberfoyle VisitScotland iCentre. The venue is set within 1 km from Aberfoyle city center.
Forests and lakes are adjacent to the property.
It will take 40 minutes by car to get to Glasgow International airport.
Rob Roy Hotel offers classic rooms with complimentary Wi-Fi, a mini bar and coffee/tea making machines to make stay in Aberfoyle even better. A shower and a hairdryer are free in the rooms.
Eat & Drink
The venue serves wonderful specialties in its onsite air-conditioned restaurant. The hotel's bar features billiards and Wi-Fi.
Free parking, a designated area for smoking and an elevator are offered for guests’ convenience.
Wireless internet is available in the hotel rooms for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 99.
Free Wi-Fi in rooms
On-site car park
24-hour room service
Bar/ Lounge area
Sports & Fitness
- Golf course
- Billiard tables
- 24-hour room service
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Packed lunches
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- Air conditioning
- Tea and coffee facilities
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Single beds
In the Room
- City landmarks
the quality of food and service was excellent as were the staff, also very helpfull.
First let me say that the Rob Roy was my backup plan. I was looking for a local b&b to stay in. Unfortunately I couldn't find one so I stayed at the Rob Roy. It was relatively clean, the room was spacious, I got a free upgrade and I slept well. Staff were helpful.
I turned up 15 minutes early and my room wasn't ready. It is a motel, not a hotel. There were huge potholes to negotiate. It felt like the place had been put up and then no money had been spent to improve it. Breakfast was disappointing. I would say spend time phoning all the B&Bs in the area first. Aberfoyle is a lovely village.
Room functional, clean and comfortable. Food good.
Slightly outdated style - distance from dining room not so easy for people with mobility problems.
Easy to go and view places
ws chearful and staff are very nice
The location suited our purpose very well Food in hotel was very good & plenty of choice
Did not like lateness of room being made up or that bed was not properly made Not really complaining but making an observation
The standard room was below poor, place looks more like a hostel than a hotel. Place needs to be renovated and freshened up. We had to pay £30.00 to upgrade the room in order to even try and enjoy the stay. Menu was poor, whole days menu was fitted on one a4 page with not a lot of choice of food, dining area and bar are not very welcoming, there is no night time entertainment apart from one pool table. Guest need to share their table with other guests which I have never came across any other hotel. Place is good for a weekend away to hiking lovers etc but web site advertises it as a place for weddings and romantic breaks?? In regards to food and in addition to what have been said already - despite of poor choice of food, what the restaurant offered was good, served quickly and portions were satisfying
Rooms were very clean and comfortable staff were attentive food was good, very good value.
Parking was easy and it felt safe to leave our bikes on the car. The room was big and quiet. Food was well priced freshly cooked and well served by very busy staff. The furnishings are well worn but the price reflects that.
Good location, good food at a reasonable price. Room at reduced special offer price
Rooms in need of updating & staff were under pressure (restaurant & receprtion) with little focus on anything as they appeared to be understaffed.
The rooms were clean and peaceful, the surroundings beautiful. The breakfast was a good bonus and adequate to say the least. The nearest town Aberfoyle is close by and rather lovely. If you've got a car, you can get to Stirling in 20 mins,to Glasgow in 30 mins and to Edinburgh in an hour. Plus there are a lot of hiking opportunities close by.
The hotel is a bit of maze and the corridors long and shabby. The lobby of the building where the most of the rooms are has a mouldy odor but the rooms feel just about fresh enough.
it was not specified exactly where wi-fi was available,had to go to reception to use wi-fi.
Quietude and clealiness
Poor dining and austere ambience
Good location,food was good especially breakfast. Staff were friendly and helpful. Main bar area was clean with pleasant views.
Breakfast would be nicer if set in the new Tartan Room , much brighter. Bar area evening ambience would be better if lights were dimmed to create better atmosphere. Childrens play area would be useful.
It was by far the worst hotel I have ever seen. Photos and info when booking was misleading. My advise - don't stay there!
was out fishing scottish compition all day got back later than expected me and my wife went for dinner at 4mins past 9 were refused all we had was our packed lunch all day till breackfast next morning i think they could have made a small effert to make a small meal