Good Hotel Guide Review
The Campbell family’s old coaching inn has long been a mecca for fisherfolk, who come hoping to catch wild brown trout and salmon from the lochs and lochans around. Other visitors rejoice in the spectacular mountain scenery, white sandy bays, and genuine Scottish hospitality extended by this remote hotel. Bonhomie begins with tea and scones by roaring fires in lounges full of fishing memorabilia; tall tales are exchanged over drinks in the bar. At 7.30 pm, a gong summons diners to an ‘excellent’ set dinner focused on seafood and shellfish, Highland game and meat, and garden vegetables. Drift off to peaceful sleep in a freshly redecorated, TV-less bedroom. A path at the back of the hotel leads to the harbour.
21. 2 in garden annexe.
2 bars, 2 lounges, restaurant, 7-acre grounds (gardens, paddock, orchard).
all ages welcomed.
allowed, except in dining area.
per room B&B £105–£170, D,B&B £140–£240. Set menu £35.