Image of The Green Hotel Golf & Leisure Resort

The Green Hotel Golf & Leisure Resort

4 out of 5 from 2 reviews
4 stars
2 The Muirs, Kinross KY13 8AS, Scotland
Previously two hotels, The Green Hotel Golf & Leisure Resort is now one great hotel and leisure facility. The hotel boast 2 gold courses, luxury spa, health and fitness club, swimming pool, curling rink, and music venue, along with the 5 dining outlets. This hotel is a fabulous treat for a romantic break, business trip, wedding, party, or just a night away.

2 Reviews

Traveller Rating

  • Excellent
    0
  • Very Good
    2
  • Good
    0
  • Average
    0
  • Poor
    0

Review Overview

  • Cleanliness
  • Entertainment
  • Food
  • Service
  • Location
Nice room and good food
3 years 8 months ago
Booked an ItIsOn deal at £79 DB&B with a bottle of wine in the room. Had requested the same room as last time on the first floor and got it.

It was a huge room with a large bay window opposite the bed and another window opposite the dressing table, both overlooking the courtyard. There was a king sized bed with a bedside table each side, 2 luggage racks and 2 armchairs at the bay window. There was a 32” flat screen TV.

There was a desk and chair and a large dressing table and chair where the tea and coffee making facilities were. There was a double wardrobe with hanging and shelf space, an ironing board with trouser press and an iron and hairdryer.

The bathroom was small and functional with a three piece white suite with shower over the bath and a heated towel rail. However it is in need of refurbishment. The towels were OK. There was no shower gel, but there were 2 shampoo instead, body lotion and soap.

There were stairs to the courtyard just a few feet from the room. The courtyard has several picnic tables and chairs with parasols.

The hotel is old, but has lots of character. It is slightly worn in places, but mostly in good order. Guests can use the leisure facilities and pool at the sister hotel, the Windlestrae, across the road. There are 5 options of places to eat – Basil’s restaurant and Jock’s bar at the Green, Monty’s Pizzeria and Rushes at the Windlestrae and there is the Boathouse Bistro at Loch Leven which is a 15 minute walk or 3 minute away.

There is a beauty salon and a shop onsite. The hotel has free wifi throughout. However it was worse than useless. It connected OK, but no pages would load. I called Reception and they said it had been slow and they would reboot, but that made no difference.

There was supposed to be a bottle of wine in the room. When I called down about 3pm they said they were being delivered, but it still hadn’t arrived by 5pm so hubby went down to reception. He was told there was no-one in when they tried to deliver it. He told them that wasn’t true as we had never left the room. They offered to deliver it, but he said he would wait.

Phoned down when the wifi still wasn’t working. She said they had been having major problems all week, that it was getting fixed and it was working at reception if I wanted to go down. However when I tried to connect with my phone later I still couldn’t connect right at Reception.

Menu at dinner in Basil’s restaurant - chilled watercress soup, prawn cocktail, ham hock and pistachio terrine. Chicken wrapped in cured bacon, lamb shank or fish and chips. Creme brulee with rhubard, iced mango parfait, cheese and biscuits. Coffee and tablet. Sirloin and rib-eye steak is available at a supplement of £2.50 and comes with a sauce. It was very good.

Breakfast is served 08.00-10.00.

Breakfast was good. There was a selection of fruit juices, fresh fruit, grapefruit, prunes, cheese, ham and cereals. There was bacon, link sausage, black pudding, tattie scone, mushrooms, beans, tomato, scrambled and fried eggs.

The hotel is very popular with golfers as there are two golf courses within walking distance to the hotel.

Would I come back? Not unless they get the wifi problem fixed. They shouldn’t advertise free wifi throughout when it doesn’t work. I was told at check out that it was an area-wide problem and local people were changing their ISP. However when I asked who their ISP was they didn't know.

Cleanliness:
Food:
Service:
Location:
Recommended
Lovely hotel, couldn't fault it
3 years 11 months ago
We were allocated a room on the first floor. It was a huge room with a large bay window opposite the bed and another window opposite the dressing table, both overlooking the courtyard. There was a king sized bed with a bedside table each side, 2 luggage racks and 2 armchairs at the bay window. There was a 32” flat screen TV.

There was a desk and chair and a large dressing table and chair where the tea and coffee making facilities were. There was a double wardrobe with hanging and shelf space, an ironing board with trouser press and an iron and hairdryer.

The bathroom was small and functional with a three piece white suite with shower over the bath and a heated towel rail. The towels were thick and fluffy.

There were stairs to the courtyard just a few feet from the room. The courtyard has several picnic tables and chairs with parasols and a fountain.

The hotel is old, but has lots of character. It is slightly worn in places, but mostly in good order and very clean. Guests can use the leisure facilities and pool at the sister hotel, the Windlestrae, across the road. There are 5 options of places to eat – Basil’s restaurant and Jock’s bar at the Green, Monty’s Pizzeria and Rushes at the Windlestrae and there is the Boathouse Bistro at Loch Leven which is a 15 minute walk or 3 minute away.

There is a beauty salon and a shop onsite. The hotel has free wifi throughout.

We had dinner in Basil’s restaurant which was very good. A 3 course Table D’Hote menu is £25.50 per person with coffee. Sirloin and rib-eye steak is available at a supplement of £2.50 and comes with a sauce.

All the staff we encountered were very friendly and helpful.

Breakfast is served 07.00-10.00.

Mira Excel shower was good with good pressure and temperature. Shower gel, shampoo, body lotion and soap were provided.

At breakfast there was a selection of fruit juices, fresh fruit, grapefruit, prunes, cheese, ham and cereals. There was also bacon, link sausage, black pudding, tattie scone, mushrooms, beans, tomato, scrambled and fried eggs. It was all very good.

The hotel is very popular with golfers as there are two golf courses close to the hotel and there were several golfing parties staying.


Cleanliness:
Food:
Service:
Location:
Entertainment:
Recommended

Ask a Question

Got a question? Ask our community of over 1.5 million users.

Post your question

Book Your Stay

Looking to stay here? You can check the accommodation availability and get the best prices using the links below: