3. 1 on ground floor, suitable for disabled.
Lounge, dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Sky, Freeview), covered veranda, 1½-acre garden, bicycle storage.
All ages welcomed (over-3s half price).
Well-behaved dogs allowed (must have own bedding).
Per room B&B single from £85, double from £120. 2-night min. stay preferred.
Good Hotel Guide Review
In the wild glens of Argyll, Roger and Maria Soep’s rustic guest house is a haven for walkers, anglers, birders and stargazers. It is surrounded by peaceful gardens next to a tumbling stream, and little else for miles. Home-away-from-home bedrooms have fresh flowers and shortbread; stunning views from the windows. (Bird books and binoculars are supplied for guests keen on spotting visitors to the bird feeders and fruited shrubs.) A supper platter of smoked fish, venison, cheese and oatcakes, salads, home-made conserves and desserts may be served, by request. In the morning, breakfast heartily on locally smoked kippers, porridge and home-baked bread. Ask the obliging hosts for advice on day trips to Inveraray, Glencoe, Fort William and Kintyre; ferries dock at the nearby port of Oban.
This is the only place in the world where you can walk through the heart of a colony of nesting mute swans.