Open-plan lounge, bar, restaurant (closed for lunch Mon, Tues Easter–Sept), free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, civil wedding licence, waterside terrace (alfresco dining), parking permits supplied.
'relaxed' at mealtimes.
Not under 12.
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
Per room B&B £190–£335, D,B&B £265–£410. Set dinner £30–£37.50.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Let the sound of seagulls and views of sand and surf introduce the day: most of the ‘clean, fresh, contemporary’ bedrooms in this ‘marvellously situated’ quayside hotel have views over the estuary. Each room in the former Victorian seamen’s mission has thoughtful touches: biscuits and bottled water, books and DVDs, local guides, earplugs, umbrellas and raincoats. ‘I liked the fridge on the landing with little jugs of fresh milk.’ Relax in the ‘tastefully rejuvenated’ public areas – ‘exceptionally friendly and helpful’ staff are on hand for any request – then move to the informal restaurant and ‘beautiful terrace’, where new chef Richard Massey cooks classic French dishes with a Cornish twist. ‘The sun streams into the restaurant at breakfast time.’
The Barbara Hepworth Museum was opened in 1976 by Hepworth's family, following the wishes expressed in her will. The Museum has been owned and run by Tate since 1980. It contains the largest group of
A 9-hole parkland course.
Home baking, freshly ground coffe and homemade soup and breads, with original art and traditional Scottish music for sale.
Visitors to Harris can still see Harris Tweed being made on the croft using a single width loom.
Whisky distillery, dating back to 1826.