6. 1 on ground floor, 1 suitable for disabled.
all year except Christmas, Jan (except New Year's Day), restaurant closed Sun eve, Mon.
snug, library, bar, breakfast room, free Wi-Fi in communal areas, large garden and patio (alfresco meals and drinks), wedding facilities, public areas wheelchair accessible.
not under 5.
per room £105-£155. A la carte £27. 1-night bookings refused at peak weekends.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Having swapped the dark glitz of a Soho nightclub for the big sky splendour of loch and munro, Alice and Jade Calliva are the ‘friendly, welcoming’ and ‘highly motivated’ owners of this 18th-century former coaching inn. ‘I was immediately struck by the care that had gone into its refurbishment,’ writes one reader of the cosy interiors behind the stone facade. A small first-floor library has rich Prussian blue walls, crushed velvet sofas and distressed leather armchairs; on the other side of shelves, the breakfast room gazes across the loch to Schiehallion. Resident pooches Maggie and Mabel slump before the open fire in the tasteful ground-floor snug, while in the bar, with settles, stags’ antlers and a wood-burning stove, chef Craig Rushton produces ‘outstanding’ seasonal dishes, including roulade of Fife pork belly, black pudding, cavolo nero, apple compote, braised Puy lentils, crispy crackling. A new terrace with fire pit offers alfresco dining. The ‘comfortable, well-appointed’ en suite bedrooms have natural earthy hues, ‘free whisky and home-made biscuits’. Breakfast, including the full Scottish, and smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, provides ‘excellent’ fuel for tackling that next munro. (GM)
10% discount voucher
This hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 10% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. To take advantage of this offer, you must present the voucher at the time of booking.