Guide Book Vouchers
This hotel does NOT accept the 25% discount vouchers in the print guide.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Whichever way you approach, it is a scenic drive to Robert Bryson and Glen Russell’s restaurant-with-rooms, at a crossroads in a south Highlands village. Head north for Inverness and Skye, east for the Cairngorms, or just stay and enjoy the ‘warm welcome, excellent draught beer, comfortable room and, of course, the food’. Guide inspectors, who were treated to tea and cakes in the lounge on arrival, assure us that double glazing cuts out traffic noise. The four bedrooms have pretty, cottage-cum-contemporary decor; one at the rear has distant views of Aonach Mòr in the Nevis range. A suite in the old smithy workshop has a lounge and double bedroom, spiral stairs to a mezzanine with twin beds; a shower room. Robert is the perfect host, ‘charming and full of information’. At night, Glen’s menus are a showcase for Scottish produce, maybe Mull scallops, herb-roasted chicken, Wester Ross salmon with crab ravioli, lemongrass and ginger velouté. ‘The evening meal was delicious. Robert even provided us with a breakfast for the following morning, as we had to be away early – how thoughtful.’ (Lynn Middleton, PB)
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.
B&B doubles from £125, singles from £115, suite (sleeps 2–4) from £195. À la carte, min 2 courses, £35–£40.