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Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Every visit exceeds expectations,’ writes a fan of Robert Bryson and Glen Russell’s restaurant-with-rooms in a village dubbed ‘the crossroads to the Highlands’. It stands at an actual crossroads, but double-glazing screens out traffic noise. The old blacksmith’s workshop, a separate stone bothy, now sleeps four. It has a spiral staircase to a mezzanine, a fridge, bath and shower. In the main house, some bedrooms are small, but all are individually furnished and ‘lovely’. Our inspectors’ street-facing room was ‘welcoming, fresh and well cared for’, with handmade toiletries. Rear-facing Tobermory has a distant view of Aonach Mòr in the Nevis range. The lounge and dining room are homely and quirky, with clocks, ornaments and accolades for excellence on display. Robert is the perfect host, welcoming new arrivals with tea, cake and conversation. Glen’s menus include locally caught fish and shellfish, ‘tender, very tasty’ and beautifully cooked venison from a neighbouring estate, naturally reared Highland beef and lamb, and vegetarian options, all ‘cooked and served to perfection’. (Philip Bright, and others)
Roy Bridge Road
5, 1 suite in adjacent cottage.
all year except 25/26, 31 Dec, restaurant closed Mon all year, Sun, Tues, Wed, Jan–Mar.
garden room, restaurant, in-room TV (Freeview), parking.
not under 7.
per room B&B single £105, double £120–£245. Set dinners £34.50–£40.