Review Guidelines

Thank you for your interest in writing a review. To make sure your review gets posted and is useful to others please follow these guidelines.

We will not publish reviews that are in breach of our terms of posting.

For guidance, we will not post:

  • reviews containing obscene or abusive language
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  • comments not specific to the location or activity being reviewed
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Things to remember

Your review should contain an honest and factual assessment of your experience of the place or activity you are reviewing. Think about what was good about your experience and explain why. You should also do the same for anything you disliked about the experience.

Finally, please check your spelling before you submit your review.

Example review

To give you an idea of what a good review should include, here is an example which lists the good and bad points of a hotel visit.

4 tick rating
Everyone at the Old Manor House Hotel made us feel welcome. The young hotel staff were helpful and knowledgeable about the local area. The hotel is an old building with a lot of character, and was originally built as a manor house during the seventeenth century. The bar, which has a huge open fireplace, is a great place to enjoy a drink before going out. The room was comfortable, although a bit hot at night. We did not have dinner in the restaurant but the cooked breakfast was good.

Reviewer: Anne Example, Isle of Skye
Visited: 06 June 2006