Eddrachilles Hotel Shortlist*

In ‘a splendid location’, Fiona and Richard Trevor’s 18th-century church manse looks out at fishing boats bobbing on the water of a tranquil inlet. More

Contact details

Badcall Bay
IV27 4TH
01971 502080

Hotel information


10, 4 ground-floor rooms suitable for disabled.


Mar–Nov, exclusive use over Christmas and New Year,


large reception, bar/lounge, sun lounge, restaurant, free (slow) Wi-Fi in reception, lounge, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, 3-acre grounds, parking.

Background music

In public areas.


all ages welcomed..


well-behaved dogs allowed.

Credit cards

Diners, MasterCard, Visa.


per room B&B single £80–£125, double £120-£165. Set dinner £33–£39, Discounts for longer stays.

Good Hotel Guide Review

In ‘a splendid location’, Fiona and Richard Trevor’s 18th-century church manse looks out at fishing boats bobbing on the water of a tranquil inlet. Visitors arriving at teatime are welcomed with a hot drink and home-baked cake. The modest bedrooms (most with spectacular sea views) have every amenity: crisp bedlinens, excellent toiletries, a good tea selection. Ian Godfrey’s menus feature locally landed shellfish and game, as well as vegetable and meat raised on local crofts. Before the full Scottish breakfast, porridge served with a small jug of cream and a tot of Drambuie was ‘particularly enjoyed’. The owners are gradually restoring ornamental and semi-formal gardens within the extensive grounds, which lead directly to the seashore of Badcall Bay.

As featured in these Good Hotel Guide articles

Special offers

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.

I wish to receive the GHG newsletter, special offers and updates.


Eddrachilles Hotel
Badcall Bay
IV27 4TH

Guest comments

'It feels as if we are sharing the hosts' home; they are are always nearby. Afternoon tea is included and perfect. Room details well above the standard of most hotels. The lounge and glassed veranda have unbeatable views. Filled bookcases around the premises.The bottled beer choice is beyond criticism. I like to wander down the short garden paths to the sea. Cannot think of a criticism but must try to control food consumption next time! ' - Keith Stringer - June, 2019
'Absolutely wonderful. After a warm welcome we were shown to a delightful room. We had tea and home-made cakes in the sunshine. Dinner and breakfast were both of a high standard . We came across many extra touches which served to make this a hotel that is right up there with the best. I can’t recommend it highly enough. ' - Helen Wilson - May, 2019
'A superb position, and a wonderful retreat in stormy weather. Our very comfortable room had a view across the garden to the sea, two comfortable chairs and a desk/dressing table. Afternoon tea with home-made cakes and scones was served at no charge in the sun lounge with a wood burning stove. Before the full Scottish breakfast I particularly enjoyed porridge served with cream and Drambuie. One dinner which stood out comprised local scallops beautifully cooked. We loved the veloute soups. Richard and Fiona were hands-on, hospitable hosts. After three days of being cossetted we were sorry to leave. ' - Mr and Mrs Edward Knowles - September, 2018
'Stunning location and first-rate food and drink. An authentic taste of the best of Scottish produce at a bargain price. Our room was basically furnished but comfortable. ' - Robert Gower - September, 2018

Have you stayed here?
Submit a review

Last updated: October 8, 2018. Information from the 2019 Good Hotel Guide