5. All on ground floor.
Tues–Sun, mid-Mar–end Oct; Fri–Sun, Nov–Dec.
restaurant, snug (wood-burning stove), variable Wi-Fi (Kilberry is a Wi-Fi ‘not-spot’), in-room TV (Freeview), small garden, unsuitable for disabled.
in restaurant at lunch and dinner.
not under 12.
allowed by arrangement in 1 bedroom, not in public rooms.
 per room D,B&B £230. À la carte £40. 1-night bookings sometimes refused.
Good Hotel Guide Review
On a single-track road that traces the wild coast of the Knapdale peninsula, Clare Johnson and David Wilson’s unassuming cottage houses a ‘thoroughly enjoyable’ restaurant-with-rooms – ‘our favourite’, say regular Guide correspondents this year. Stone walls are hung with work by local artists; a log-burning stove adds to the cosy atmosphere. ‘Brilliant at front-of-house’, David Wilson has ‘a pleasant, easy manner, and readily provides help and information to those new to the area’. Clare Johnson’s ‘very good’ modern menus follow the seasons, with liberal use of West Coast ingredients. ‘We enjoyed langoustine; cod with chorizo, tomato and haricot beans; a tasty treacle tart.’ ‘Simple yet comfortable’ accommodation is in mini-cottages set around a courtyard, each provided with books, fresh milk, home-made shortbread and local information. ‘David and Clare are constantly upgrading the rooms. Ours, Gigha, had had a very smart make-over, with a modern walk-in shower.’ Breakfast is a treat: tattie scones, Isle of Ewe smoked salmon, ‘excellent’ porridge with honey and cream. (GC, John and Elspeth Gibbon)
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.
Located on the east coast of the Kintyre peninsula, with panoramic views across the Kilbrannan Sound towards the Isle of Arran.
Visit the megalithic standing stones beside the loch.
Founded in 1832, Glen Scotia started life in a cottage-like building in Campbeltown.