Good Hotel Guide Review
In a quiet residential area within a small, arty town, Julia and Lloyd Kenny run their affable restaurant-with-rooms with a personal touch. The refurbished Victorian building stands on a slope, with woodland walks from the door; inside are candlelit dinners, restful bedrooms and an impressive range of malt whiskies. Lloyd Kenny’s award-winning classical cooking uses plenty of local produce – lamb and beef from the town butcher, lobster landed in nearby Lossiemouth, cheese from a family-owned farm in Ardersier. (Special diets are happily catered for, with advance notice.) Overnight guests stay in spacious bedrooms; in the morning, an extensive menu of hot dishes is cooked to order.
69 St Leonard’s Road
7. 1, on ground floor, with own entrance.
bar/lounge, restaurant, in-room TV, ½-acre garden, parking.
‘low-key’ contemporary jazz in public areas.
all ages welcomed.
per room B&B single £85–£130, double £130–£175. À la carte £43.