17. 7 in linked extension.
1 Apr–26 Oct.
3 lounges (1 with TV), conservatory, dining room, free Wi-Fi in some public areas, wedding facilities, seafront lawn with benches, organic vegetable garden, unsuitable for disabled.
contemporary Scottish, ‘gentle’ jazz or country music ‘appropriate to the time of day’ in dining room.
all ages welcomed.
up to 2 allowed, not in dining room or sun lounge.
 B&B per room £71–£195. À la carte £35. 1-night bookings sometimes refused.
Good Hotel Guide Review
An ‘informal, warmly welcoming’ place, this low-key small hotel is just the ticket for visitors in search of ‘peace and quiet to experience the magic of this lovely, remote island’. In a ‘fabulous position’ overlooking the Sound of Iona, it is owned by Wendy and Rob MacManaway and Katy and Dafydd Russon – ‘charming people’. ‘It’s not some luxury resort with all the mod cons, so some allowances have to be made – that, for us, is the lure of the place,’ fans say. Simply decorated bedrooms in the row of former crofters’ cottages vary in size and shape: there are single rooms, family rooms, rooms with a sloping ceiling, rooms overlooking the garden. The best room, newly refurbished, has a wood-burning stove and views towards the water. At dinner, chef Richard Shwe uses vegetables from local suppliers and the organic kitchen garden, sustainably landed fish, and meat from local crofters. Among the ‘creative, imaginative’ dishes on his menu of ‘great food’, perhaps Mull scallops, Jerusalem artichoke purée, pickled red chillies; roast loin of Iona lamb, rhubarb mustard seed jus, citrus labneh. Breakfast on organic fruit and eggs, Iona hogget, griddled bacon.
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.
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This hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 25% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. Each printed copy of the Guide contains six vouchers worth in total about £150.Buy the guide
A focal point for the spread of Christianity throughout Scotland, with the foundation of a monastic community by St. Columba.
Trips to Staffa and Fingal's Cave, looking out for puffins, guillemots, kittewakes, basking sharks and otters.
Championing local history, with displays on crofting, fishing and island life over the past 200 years.