Good Hotel Guide Review
Close to Loch Shiel, this old coaching inn has welcomed travellers along the Road to the Isles since the 17th century. Today it is a welcoming small hotel run by ‘friendly, attentive’ hosts Ina and Kieron Kelly. Traditionally decorated bedrooms are on the first floor, under sloping ceilings. The best, with a Jacobean four-poster bed, is equipped with bathrobes, flowers and a decanter of whisky mac. Book ahead to dine on Kieron’s six-course tasting menu in the panelled restaurant: his well-regarded dishes highlight locally sourced ingredients such as fish and shellfish from the boats at Mallaig, and beef from Highland butchers. Simpler fare is found in the Stage House bistro. The ferry to Skye is close by.
mid-Mar–end Oct, restaurant open Easter–end Sept, except Sun, Mon.
restaurant, bistro/bar, in-room TV (Freeview), small front lawn.
in bar, bistro.
all ages welcomed.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B single £95–£150, double £175–£295. 6-course set menu (restaurant) £75, à la carte (bistro) £40.