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TravelPod Member ReviewsBarons Craig Hotel Dalbeattie
Despite being the most expensive stay on our tour, it proved to be the mostdisappointing, starting with the green stains in the bathtub, followed up by the waiter trying to charge us for an extra bottle of wine. Impressive location, hotel and views but that's where it stopped
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Day 12 (Friday) - Tobermory to Dalbeattie (outside Dumfries): Up early for the ferry ride across to Oban which was just wonderful, cruising past Duarte Castle on the eastern tip of the island and sailing boats catching the morning breeze. A fairly uneventful drive capped off with a fairly unimpressive stay at Baron's Craig Hotel (the internet …
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