10. Some suitable for disabled.
Apr–Oct, exclusive use over Christmas and New Year,
Large reception (maps, information), bar/lounge (complimentary afternoon pots of tea or coffee), sun lounge, restaurant, free Wi-Fi in reception, in-room TV (Freeview), 3-acre grounds with seating, laundry service, parking.
In public areas.
All ages welcomed.
Well-behaved dogs allowed.
Per room B&B single £90–£115, double £125–£150. Set dinner £30–£36, 7-course tasting menu £45.
Good Hotel Guide Review
At the head of Badcall Bay, this 18th-century manse is in a ‘splendid location’ – a ‘tranquil scene’ of fishing boats on the water. Fiona and Richard Trevor, the new owners, are hands-on and motivated – ‘just great’, says a regular Guide correspondent this year. The Trevors have been refurbishing the old house and replanting the gardens; a ‘glorious wood burner-warmed lounge’ and ‘well-appointed bar’ are welcome additions. Arrive at teatime to be welcomed with a hot drink and home-baked cake, then head to one of the modest bedrooms (most look towards the sea). ‘Ours was a tad small, but it had all the facilities you could want: sumptuous bedlinens, lovely soaps, a great selection of teas.’ Stay in for dinner: chef Per Soderberg’s Scottish-Nordic dishes are ‘superb’. ‘Excellent breakfast – and the coffee was equally good.’ 2 miles S of village.
10% discount voucher
This hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 10% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. To take advantage of this offer, you must present the voucher at the time of booking.