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They have an outstanding collection of 60 character properties in locations across the UK, such as coaching inns and elegant manor houses set in extensive grounds, and city centre hotels.


Posted on 09 / 05 / 2006

I've had the pleasure of staying at quite a few Macdonald Hotels. They are now among my favourite hotel chains, because I have enjoyed my stay at every one. Their hotels are situated all over the UK, due to my work I travel all over the nation and have many overnight stays at hotels and boarding houses. What you get with Macdonald Hotels are large guest rooms with all the basic amenities, the rooms are also nicely laid out with pleasant decor and are spotlessly clean. On arrival you are also greeted by some of the most helpful staff you will ever meet, and they always have a cheery smile. It's a friendly and professional atmosphere, and nothing is too much trouble for the staff. The hotels are expensive so I only stay at Macdonald's for a treat, otherwise I usually book into a Ibis or Comfort Inn. Macdonald hotels have around 60 locations I believe, and they range from classic rural manor house retreats set in lovely extensive grounds, to modern and contemporary city hotels based in the heart of city centres. My favourite hotel to date however was the Inchyra Grange Hotel based in Stirling, it's a four star hotel situated in stunning countryside with a swimming pool, tennis court, great restaurant and bar. A typical price for dinner, room and breakfast is £180, which can be lower if you book in advance or find a special offer. In short, you get high quality food, with a friendly atmosphere, great buildings and locations, and with nothing to much trouble for the staff. The only downside is the price.

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from - Francis J. Martin