Good Hotel Guide Review
At a handsomely furnished 19th-century house on the Isle of Islay, ‘fabulous hosts’ Margaret and Blair Rozga offer guests a sweet welcome with home-baked treats and tea. The ‘superb’ B&B is surrounded by Hebridean farmland. Country house decor and antiques style the traditional, individually designed bedrooms. A bonus in each: ‘spectacular views’ across hills, glen and countryside. Some rooms are pleasingly capacious (a generous suite with its own kitchen suits a family); others have access to a sheltered garden; all have tea, coffee, home-made biscuits, a fridge with fresh milk. A complimentary dram of whisky makes a thoughtful nightcap. Substantial farmhouse breakfasts with home-made bread, oatcakes and preserves are ‘worth getting up for’.
Argyll and Bute
5. 2 on ground floor.
drawing room, dining room, sun lounge, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), ½-acre garden.
allowed in some bedrooms.
per room B&B £138–£172. 1-night bookings sometimes refused.