Second stay here and glad we did. This time we arrived at the hotel on 25/4 and checked out on 29/4. It is quite a long drive from Peterhead area to the Kings Manor, however, with every mile covered the anticipation of meeting the staff again grew. I can say that the journey, as expected,was worth every mile.
The Kings Manor, it has to be said, is a stand alone establishment in a very good chain of hotels. The room that we had was spacious, specially designed for disabled guests and spotless.The bathroom was of a high standard of quality and we'll laid out for those less mobile again very clean and fresh.
The staff, right from the on duty managers to the those preparing the rooms were all extremely friendly.
Since my younger days I have stayed in quite a few different class of hotels. Some of high standard. I can say, without any doubt, the Kings Manor ranks as one of the best and friendliest I have had the privilege of staying at.
The food is well prepared and locally sourced produce is used by the chef wherever possible. I like both the restaurant and the bistro in the hotel both with varied menus.Waiting staff in both are well turned out and always of a pleasant nature.
Alas, I suffer from quite a number of debilitating conditions so the spa wasn't one of the areas that I visited, but, the friends who were staying with me found the experience most enjoyable.
Local transport buses are frequent and at £6 return to the city centre for 2 persons is very reasonable indeed.
In conclusion, I would like to thank the Kings Manor for four nights that were peaceful and very enjoyable and look forward to stay number 3 in the not too distant future.
If you're looking for a nice, relaxing and very reasonably priced Edinburgh break then I cannot say more than you give the hotel a chance and you will not regret your decision. less