Good Hotel Guide Review
Guests praise the ‘superior’ accommodation and ‘stunning’ views at Iain and Lesley MacDonald’s comfortable, modest B&B beside Loch Broom. The lovely gardens have a ‘spectacular’ outlook over the bay and the mountains beyond. Bedrooms are supplied with sherry and sweets; two rooms have views of the loch. Play board games in the lounge or curl up before the open fire with a book or magazine off the shelves. Ordered the night before, a ‘superlative’ Highland breakfast might include smoked fish or oatmeal porridge with cream, the lot served in a bright, split-level room overlooking the loch. Sitting room, dining room. Sportsman’s Lodge (guest laundry, drying room; sauna, shower). Free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview). No background music. 1-acre garden, lochside patio. Parking. Bicycle store. Fishing permits. Children (cot with bedding £10 per night) and dogs (by prior arrangement, in downstairs rooms; £10 per night) welcomed. 10 mins’ walk to town centre; 5 mins’ walk to ferry for the Hebrides. 6 bedrooms (2 on ground floor). Per room B&B £70–£87.50. Closed Nov–Easter.
A small, rocky island with a stunning medieval Benedictine abbey and steepled church.