Easter–31 Oct, closed Mon except bank holidays, dining room closed Sun (soup and sandwiches available).
reception room, drawing room/library, dining room, private dining room, billiard/whisky room, free Wi-Fi in public areas, in-room TV (Freeview), ½-acre garden, unsuitable for disabled.
not under 14.
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
per room B&B £225–£325. Set menu £48. 1-night bookings refused at weekends.
Good Hotel Guide Review
On the shores of Loch Ewe stands a ‘deceptively large’ 18th-century fishing lodge run as a ‘pleasingly eclectic guest house’ by the ‘very welcoming’ Harrison family. An inspector was beguiled. ‘The hosts took pains to ensure that every guest’s needs were met.’ After an informal check-in next to a suit of armour guarding the Jacobean entrance hall, ‘we were given a fascinating tour of the house, followed by a delicious spread of leaf tea and cake in the drawing room hung with family photographs nearly a century old’. Individually decorated, suites have ‘reaching loch views’. ‘We slept soundly on our enormous bed; the Edwardian bathroom was beautiful to behold (though the fittings took a bit of getting used to), with gushing hot water; a peat fire kept our sitting room toasty as we used the hotel’s binoculars to chase otters and gaze in envy at Inverewe Garden across the water.’ Dinner is an event. Served in the formal dining room, it takes each diner’s preferences into account, perhaps ‘crisp, flavourful’ arancini; ‘tasty’ chicken breast with Parma ham. Breakfast begins with ‘excellent coffee’; ‘a delicious full Scottish’.
10% discount voucher
This hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 10% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. To take advantage of this offer, you must present the voucher at the time of booking.