all year except 24–26 Dec.
residents’ snug, lounge, bar, restaurant, private dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), wedding facilities, sauna (treatments available), terrace, yacht moorings, unsuitable for disabled.
in bar and restaurant.
all ages welcomed (cots, high chairs provided).
‘well-behaved, and house-trained dogs’ allowed in 3 bedrooms (not unattended), not in public rooms (£15 per night).
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
per room B&B £100–£325 (single occupancy of cliff-facing room, Sun–Thurs, Nov–Mar only, £85). A la carte £35–£40.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Log fires were burning in the bar and residents’ lounge when we arrived on a miserable day,’ write readers this year, of a visit to this ‘very efficiently run’ hotel on the Loch Linnhe shoreline, now owned by a distinguished hotelier, Gordon Campbell Gray. ‘The atmosphere is relaxed,’ report Guide regulars in 2018, ‘yet the service is attentive and professional. The ‘spacious’ bedrooms, contemporary in style, are supplied with a luxury mattress, shortbread, Scottish toiletries. ‘In the light and airy restaurant, with a fabulous view towards Lismore and other islands’, chef Sergejs Savickis ‘has maintained the high standards the hotel is known for. His seafood dishes are impeccable; subtle and intense flavours beautifully balanced. We particularly liked a starter of West Coast scallops and a main of pan-seared rainbow trout.’ Breakfast brings freshly baked croissants, Inverawe smoked salmon, home-made jams. ‘We will return.’ (GC, Andy and Sylvia Aitken)
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