11. 2 on ground floor, plus 2 self-catering cottages.
all year, restaurant closed Mon/Tue Nov–Jan (open Christmas and New Year).
2 lounges, conservatory, whisky bar, restaurant, civil wedding licence, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), spa treatments, ½-acre garden (croquet, putting), mountain bike hire, unsuitable for disabled.
all ages welcomed, no under-8s in dining room in evening (children’s high tea).
allowed in bedrooms (not unattended, £10 a day), not in public rooms.
 per room DB&B £305–£520.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Take a breathtaking drive through Glencoe to this former ferry inn (Relais & Châteaux) on Loch Linnhe, with the Morvern mountains beyond. Shaun and Jenny McKivragan were guests here in 2002, and so loved the place that they bought it. The white-painted building stands in a ‘gorgeous’ setting with wide views of the peaceful surroundings. Inside, smartly dressed staff, though ‘very pleasant’, add to the ‘rather formal’ atmosphere. Enter through the conservatory, its vista stretching over the loch; further in, find log fires, books, fresh flowers and a mix of antiques and contemporary pieces in the lounges. Recently redecorated bedrooms are kitted out with iced water in silver jugs, a decanter of Whisky Mac, swanky toiletries, top-end bedlinen; most overlook the water. At dinner, new chef Chris Stanley’s ‘beautifully’ presented dishes – perhaps stone bass, truffle, Pink Fir Apple potatoes, wild leek – are served with ceremony. There’s an ‘impressive’ menu at breakfast, including porridge ‘and a wee dram’. In-room massages are offered, but the greatest tonic is the fresh air (bikes, wellies and packed lunches available). (J and MB, and others). This hotel is a member of Pride of Britain hotels.