7. 2 on ground floor, suitable for disabled.
all year but ‘contact us to check Oct–early Mar’.
bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, garden.
in public areas, regular live music events.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in some bedrooms, public rooms.
 per room B&B single £85, double £110–£130.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Soak in the ‘great, cosy, country-pub atmosphere’ at this log fire-warmed waterside inn, where even the resident whippet is an ‘affable character’. Run by ‘friendly, welcoming owner’ Sheila Condie, the pub-with-rooms re-enters the Guide thanks to a regular correspondent who praised the ‘excellent staff’, ‘wonderful dinners’ and ‘amazing views’ across the Kylerhea narrows to the Isle of Skye. Maritime knick-knacks and old photographs decorate the jovial pub; a blackboard menu lets Verity Hurding, the ‘creative, enthusiastic chef’, make quick changes should a fisherman show up with freshly trapped langoustines. After a dinner of squat lobsters on fresh pasta, say, stay the night in one of the simple, homely bedrooms (but ask about the regular live music events before booking the room above the bar). ‘Our room, past the beer barrels down the side of the inn, opened on to the sea-facing garden dotted with tables for alfresco drinking and eating. The comfortable bed had nice linen; a bathroom alcove – no door, just a moveable screen – had modern fittings and a walk-in shower.’ In the morning, take the heritage car ferry to Skye, or head for tranquil Sandaig bay, down the coast.