5. 1 suite in byre.
10 Feb–20 Nov, 16 Dec–4 Jan, closed Mon, Mon–Wed in winter.
snug, conservatory, dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), ¾-acre garden in 4 acres of grounds.
not under 12.
Diners, MasterCard, Visa.
 per room B&B (Tues, Wed) £170–£250, D,B&B (Thurs–Sun) £320–£400. 1-night bookings generally refused Sat.
Good Hotel Guide Review
In a wild coastal corner of the Highlands, this white-painted Victorian house gazes out across moorland, croft and sea. Visitors who brave the spindly access road earn broad views and afternoon tea in the cosy conservatory. Bedrooms and suites have a traditional Highland air. ‘Our spacious suite, Byre, was comfortable and well furnished; the private terrace with hot tub was a bonus, as was the fresh milk on the hospitality tray (always appreciated).’ Once the most northerly Michelin-starred restaurant, it served its last supper in November 2017. Now, come evening, Lesley Crosfield and Colin Craig’s acclaimed modern Scottish cooking is served half a mile way in Lochinver in the more informal sister pub, The Caberfeidh. Happily, they are still responsible for the Albannach’s breakfast. Served on tableware from a local pottery, ‘every element of the cooked breakfast was perfection and full of flavour.’ Alongside Greek yogurt, organic honey and muesli, there are free-range croft eggs, wild mushrooms, Lochinver salmon, dry-cured haggis; perfect fuel for exploring nearby mountains and white beaches, or just pottering down to the village. (John and Gillian Charnley, and others)