11. Some in modern extension, 1 suitable for disabled.
lounge, bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 11-acre garden in 200-acre grounds.
in public rooms.
all ages welcomed.
not in restaurant.
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
 per room B&B single from £80–£115, double £95–£155. À la carte £40.
Good Hotel Guide Review
In ‘a paradise for wildlife, especially birds’, Amanda and Niall Leveson Gower have been hosting guests for 20 years at their ‘handsome’ small hotel. The former shooting lodge stands alone above Langass sea loch, and has views of Ben Eaval. Within its white-painted walls, the atmosphere is relaxed, informal, ‘friendly’. ‘Stylishly decorated’, the main house has a ‘cosy’ bar (stag’s head, wood-burning stove, ‘a traditional feel’), a ‘bright, airy’ dining room and a ‘light, conservatory-like’ sitting room. At every turn, admire ‘fabulous’ views over the ‘pretty’ garden and across the water. Take your pick of bedrooms in the main lodge or in a ‘barn-like’ extension set into the hillside, and reached via a covered walkway. ‘Our spacious hillside bedroom had large, comfy beds and armchairs, fancy throws, rugs on wooden floors; French windows opened on to a little terrace.’ At dinner, Hugh Sawyer, the new chef, focuses on fresh local fish; try the Langass seafood platter – with lobster, for a treat. ‘Angela suggested walks and provided maps’; a favourite is a ‘wonderful’ circuit up Ben Langass, with ‘great views over loch and mountains’.