11. 4 in annexe, 1 suitable for disabled.
lounge, bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi in bar and lounge, in-room TV (Freeview), small garden (tables for outside eating), area of lounge and dining room wheelchair accessible, toilet not adapted.
in afternoon and evening, in bar and half the dining area.
all ages welcomed.
allowed (£10 a night), but not unattended in bedrooms.
per room B&B single £75–£110, double £115–£180. A la carte £45.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Grey seals loll the day away along an old ferry slipway on the shores of ‘wild, beautiful’ Loch Glendhu – the ‘superb setting’ for ‘hands-on, energetic’ Tanja Lister and Sonia Virechauveix’s ‘most enjoyable’ small hotel. Run with ‘informal warmth’, the converted former 17th-century coaching inn, recently described as ‘wonderful’ by Jeremy Clarkson, no less, has a fresh contemporary feel, with wood burners, bleached woods and muted tones that reflect the ever-changing landscape. ‘Most of the time there is complete silence.’ Smart, individually decorated bedrooms, some compact, are in the main building and a loch-facing extension. The best are in the latter, where spectacular views come with crisp linens, a large bed and smart bathroom with ‘a full cohort of good toiletries’. Landed-at-the-door seafood is a speciality, but vegetarians are equally well served in the ‘casual, gastropubby restaurant’. Typical dishes: haggis bonbons, red onion marmalade; seared hand-dived scallops, cassoulet, cauliflower purée; a vegetarian burger. A seat by the window (‘a rare score’) reveals ‘a special atmosphere whatever time of day’. (J and DA, and others)
This hotel accepts room upgrade vouchers which entitle readers to a space available room upgrade. The voucher must be presented at check-in and is entirely at the hotelier’s discretion.
Michelin-starred bistro, with a reasonably priced set lunch.
Tintagel Castle, reputed to be the birthplace of King Arthur, is steeped in legend. . Its wonderful location, set high on the rugged North Cornwall coast, offers great ruins and dramatic views. The ca
An ideal base for hill walking and mountaineering.
Nearly 500 acres of water, with golf courses surrounding the area.
High-scoring restaurant in the Good Food Guide.