Amazing suite (we stayed in the Arran/ Honeymoon suite), exquisitely decorated in a golden Art Deco style with a supremely comfortable bed. The unique bathroom with a sky-high ceiling at about 7m is equipped with a rainfall shower and mood-lighting. In the winter though the bathroom can be a bit chilly.
Furthermore, the deep-soaking bathtub in the room is the perfect addition to the entire experience, especially with the built-in TV/radio system next to it.
Other amenities include tea-making facilities (with a good selection) and also a separate coffee machine with included capsules.
The bar area is also worth mentioning, especially when it comes to the wide selection of drinks and friendly staff. Moreover, congratulations are warranted for the interior designer for choosing Alphonse Mucha prints to put everywhere in sight.
Breakfast had a wide variety of delicious hot food. We especially appreciated the hard-boiled poached eggs and their use in various dishes. Furthermore, both the "Black Pudding Stack" and the "Halloumi & Eggs" were great twists on the regular Eggs Benedict resulting in remarkable flavour and texture.
We also took a peek into the ballroom area and, even without the wedding decorations, it looks inviting and festive.
Overall, even though Boclair House has been operating as a hotel for a few years now, everything looks and feels brand new and we are already thinking about returning to try out the other rooms as well.