Good Hotel Guide Review
‘A very attractive hotel in a glorious location.’ On the shores of Loch Fyne, Gill and Archie MacLellan’s ‘welcoming’ white-painted inn sits comfortably on the shoreline. A team of ‘attentive, friendly’ staff welcomes visitors. The pretty bedrooms are bright and light; many have ‘breathtaking’ views. ‘Our standard room was large, with a huge bed, an enormous bath, and stunning views across the loch.’ An upstairs lounge also overlooks the water, its vista ‘especially fine at sunset’. The popular bistro and restaurant serve the cream of Argyll’s crops (though regular Guide readers in 2016 thought the cooking needed sharpening up). Good choices at breakfast include hot chocolate; apricots poached in honey and spices; traditional Scottish porridge with cream ‘and perhaps a wee dram’. Two moorings are available to guests arriving by boat. 2 lounges, Macphunn’s bar/bistro (background music), restaurant. Free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview). Weddings/functions. 1-acre grounds; pebble beach. Fishing rods to borrow. Resident dogs, Hector and Boo. 1 hour from Glasgow. 14 bedrooms. Per person B&B from £95. Dinner £30. Closed Christmas.