Booked a 2 night B&B stay in Superior King Room for birthday treat, £369. I enquired about disabled parking, was advised this was available but on a 1st come terms. Arrived and negotiated the car around a small badly laid out car park, with no designated disabled spaces. Had to leave and find on street parking. Enquired about this on arrival at reception, before reception could even answer me a nippy sweetie woman appeared like Mr Ben, to tell 'disabled customers don't like the car park as its on a slope and they can't safely get into their wheelchairs! Will the days of thinking it's only wheelchair users that are disabled ever end!? Stayed in room 105, with Hobbit Door. My partner had to duck everytime we went through it. Room was large but very dated and tired looking, we spent our stay listening to children race down the hall, our wardrobe shook and moved everytime. Room overlooked the busy noisy main road. One bed light and table lamp didn't work, 3 upholstered chairs were stained, dirty and in need of a vacuum, one was particularly dusty. On booking I requested a walk in showroom due to the reduced mobility, the bathroom had a bath with static shower head however it was a low bath with a good solid handrail. However there was a chip out of the bath which was rough to touch, huge chip out of the cistern. The shower non slip mat was filthy underneath, the sucker pads were ingrained with unknown muck and dirt, I'd hate to try to imagine what the dirt was. Shower head was very low, my partner couldn't fit under it, I'm a foot shorter than him and even I knocked my hands off the shower head when washing my hair. Good quality towels robes and shower shoes though and very hot radiator on the wall. Only one toilet roll for a two night stay. We had to ask for more. Breakfast quality, quantity and service was good. Fedback our views on comment card and to receptionist who presented as couldn't have cared less. For the price it was all poor value and quality, afraid Fishers may be still riding on former glory but there's a lot of competition for stays in Pitlochry now which highlights Fishers tiredness, jaded attitude and severe need for a major overhalll and modernisation. Nor sure where the photos submitted to TripAdvisor are from bur they are unidentifiable to our stay. Would not recommend for cost.
- Guest User
Very good, good breakfast, nice clean room. Food in bar was fine if restaurant is full.
- Guest User