6. 2 on ground floor.
Sitting room, dining room, Sportsman’s Lodge (guest laundry, drying room, sauna, shower), free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 1-acre garden, lochside patio, bicycle storage, fishing permits, parking.
All ages welcomed (cot with bedding £10 per night).
Allowed in ground-floor rooms, by arrangement (£10 per night).
Per room B&B £85–£90.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Lesley and Iain MacDonald run their B&B on the outskirts of the village, where the ‘spectacular views’ stretch over Loch Broom and the mountains beyond. Bedrooms are simple, but well equipped with all the necessities, plus a few extras: tea- and coffee-making facilities, a clock radio, sherry and sweets. On a chilly day, play a board game in the lounge or curl up before the open fire with a book or magazine off the shelves; in balmy weather, sit in the garden to soak in the vista. Served in a bright, split-level room overlooking the loch, breakfast has smoked fish, and porridge with cream (ordered the night before). 10 mins’ walk to town centre; 5 mins’ walk to ferry for the Hebrides.
A small, rocky island with a stunning medieval Benedictine abbey and steepled church.