Good Hotel Guide Review
Hikers and cyclists stop for the simple comforts of this ‘busy and bustling’ 160-year-old coaching inn in a village on the Great Glen Way. 'Comfortable rooms, good food and friendly staff,' reports a reader. There are Scottish whiskies and gins, and local real ales in the bar. In the slate-floored restaurant with its wood-burning stove classic pub dishes and smarter options are on the menu. Throughout, nature paintings add interest. Light and neat bedrooms are made homely with wool throws, tweedy cushions, tea and coffee and Scottish toiletries; budget-friendly bunkhouse rooms overlooking the River Coiltie suit groups or a family. Hearty breakfast choices include porridge, eggs Benedict and a ‘full Highland’ or vegetarian.
20. 4 in annexe, 1 on ground floor suitable for disabled, plus bunkhouse.
all year except 25 Dec.
bar, restaurant, in-room TV, wedding facilities, beer garden, public rooms wheelchair accessible.
in bar, restaurant.
all ages welcomed. 1 child aged up to 2 stays free if using available cot.
clean, well-behaved dogs allowed in 1 bedroom, bar.
Amex, MC, Visa.
B&B doubles from £100. À la carte £50.