The Crags Hotel (Callander) Reviews
Description:Family run hotel ideally situated in the Town Centre of Callander , the Gateway to Loch Lomond and The Trossachs ... more
Newest Review: ... Summer Isles Oak Smoked Kippers Cold Ham or Orkney Cheese Platter *** Toasted Brown or White Bread with Preserves Their tariff is very easy to follow, although on the site, it does not state that there is a sin gle supplement, which I feel should be there, as father in law was charged extra for single occupancy. ... more
Customer The Crags Hotel (Callander) Reviews (1)
by - written on 27/08/03, updated on 28/08/03 (Very useful, 218 readings)
Once again, the Jammaker family (well, Mr and Mrs Jammaker and Mr. Jammaker’s dad!) are on the move! I guess we get about quite a bit really! This time, our destination is Bonnie Scotland, and in particular, the Crags Hotel in Callander, Perthshire. We hadn’t really intended going anywhere this summer, as we are off to Australia in November for our son’s wedding. However, all the best laid plans came to nothing, when my father in law suddenly announced that he had been stationed at Callander during the war, and would like to go back and visit the area again. Hubby has two weeks leave from work in August (I’m off for 6 weeks, as I teach) ... Read the complete review
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