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    Quote Originally Posted by G.C. View Post
    A reply from the ceilidhplace.



    I was gettin confused (yea, again ) with the various rates being quoted. The group rate seems to clarify things.
    Breakfast options seem to be plentyfull
    Glad thats sorted, I can relax now
    Clarify things? £15 plus £12.50 is neither £20 or £18 which is what you and Ash were quoted. I still don't understand where they got those figures from. I realise that £15 is the group rate.

    I think we'll go with it being 15 quid pppn and if anyone wants to pay £12.50 for their breakfast, contact the hotel and book.

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    Yip, that’s how I understand it now, £15 bed only.
    I was quoted £20 pppn for the double room Ash £18 for a single, this is before the group rate was applied.

    Squeezy cheese and biscuits anyone.

    Ash, which one was Alison? I know her brother and was supposed to say hello.
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    Quote Originally Posted by G.C. View Post
    Yip, that’s how I understand it now, £15 bed only.
    I was quoted £20 pppn for the double room Ash £18 for a single, this is before the group rate was applied.
    Ah! That makes sense now. You should get a job there and answer their emails. Saves a load of confusion

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyT View Post


    By the way looks like I will be working for GOTC next year as I go back on the 3rd June.
    Seems like I am moving Rigs again in the New Year which means a shift change that gets me back onshore the day before so I will now be in attendance
    I'll book a bed soon - probably the bunk house if still available as its top valueonyack

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    The breakfast in the cafe at the entrance to the campsite is one of the best I have had in years. The black pudding is something to write home about.

    Cheers
    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyT View Post
    I'll book a bed soon - probably the bunk house if still available as its top valueonyack

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