This is one of the most pleasant places we have ever stayed, over decades of travel.
The wonderful people who own this facility have thought of everything a potential guest might need. Rooms are well-decorated, comfortable, and exceptionally clean. The hosts are friendly, efficient, knowledgeable,...続きを読む
We loved our stay at the Inn at Glendyer. Our room was charming and spotless and spacious. The breakfasts were plentiful and perfect. We enjoyed the conversation with other guests and Esther and Alan. The setting for the inn was rustic and woodsy and peaceful....続きを読む
The location of the Inn at Glendyer is a bit out of the way, but pretty convenient for reaching the Cabot Trail and visiting GORGEOUS Ingonish Beach. Keep in mind that you would need to drive for one mile on the dirt road to get...続きを読む
We loved our stay at this delightful inn. Esther and Alan are a terrific couple and their home and its location are fantastic. Nothing was too much trouble and their attention to service was outstanding, even to the shortbread and muffin treats that they provided...続きを読む
We picked the Inn at Glendyer to allow us to eat and listen to the Celtic music at the Red Shoe Inn in Mabou. The Inn is an old building with lots of history connected to the wool and dying industry in that area. Our...続きを読む
wheat size are your beds please? We are 4 seniors who need queen beds.
Alan Fからの返信 | 施設の代表者 |
Thank you for your enquiry. All our rooms have queen beds and ensuite bathrooms. We look forward to hearing from you.
Kind regards and best wishes
Alan & Esther
how does one get into Lecce without a car?
Would my husband be allowed to fish in the stream along the Inn? We are doing a road trip but he would like drop a line for the experience. Will he need a fishing license and where would he go to get one?
Barb Cからの返信 | この施設の口コミを投稿済み |
Your best bet might be to contact the owners. The stream is adjacent to their property but may not be large/deep enough for fishing.
"We loved room 3 because it has an attached sitting room. I think all the rooms looked lovely. We never heard..."