The Old Library Lodge is situated on the waterfront of the picturesque village of Arisaig. The bed and breakfast accommodation comprises of six tastefully decorated en suite bedrooms. four of the rooms have patios overlooking the garden and two have sea views. The Lodge dates back over 200 years and is now a cosy, small hotel with a welcoming restaurant. Ideally placed for exploring The Road to The Isles.
Moidart, Ardnamurchan, Morvern, Arisaig and Mallaig offers many types of accommodation, ranging from simple crofting cottages to the more grandiose accommodation. Some cottages boast stunning views of mountains, moorland or coastline; other accommodation may offer more intimate experiences where you can get close to wildlife. Some accommodation focuses on luxury, offering a range of facilities and services; other accommodation champions eco-tourism.
Whatever accommodation you choose, we hope you will have a wonderful holiday and come to share our passion for this stunningly beautiful part of the western Highlands of Scotland.
The Loch Shiel Hotel is situated in the centre of Acharacle and offers a warm and friendly welcome. The hotel has eight ensuite bedrooms, four of which have views over Loch Shiel. The hotel has a bar and restaurant which are popular with locals and visitors alike. The Loch Shiel hotel is ideally situated to explore the Ardnamurchan Area and there are many great walks close by, including walks to The Singing Sands and to Castle Tioram.
Heatherbank Guesthouse is situated in Upper Scotstown some two miles above the village of Strontian. A great location to immerse yourself in the wilds, yet still within reach of the village facilites of Strontian which include a shop, post office, Inn and restaurants. Heatherbank Guesthouse offers 6 comfortable bedrooms with flat screen TV and tea making facilities.
The Morar Hotel is a friendly family owned hotel situated in the center of Morar, a small village just three miles from Mallaig. The Morar Hotel has spectacular views of The Silver Sands and across the sea to Rum, Eigg and The Small Isles and is well positioned for exploring the West of Lochaber. The Morar Hotel has 30 en-suite bedrooms with colour TV, wifi and tea making facilities. The Silver Sands restaurant boasts some of the most stunning views in Scotland and uses only the freshest...
Kilcamb Lodge Hotel is a small, luxury Country House Hotel, breathtakingly situated on the shores of loch Sunart in 22 acres of natural meadow and woodland. Winner of Romantic Hotel of The Year. Otters and red deer are daily visitors.
Close to Fort William and all its outdoor amenities, Ardnamurchan is one of the most un-spoilt regions in the Highlands of Scotland.
Arisaig House was originally built in 1864, The Victorians tended to build their houses on a grand scale. Big well proportioned public rooms with wood panelling and high ceilings, bedrooms with plenty of space and interesting corners with recesses for window seats. The house was a highly-regarded Relais Chateux until 2002 when it reverted to a private home and has lent itself well to gradual modernisation; so that now the bathrooms have splendid power-showers, fluffy towels and a generous...
The Mingarry Park Guest House offers four star accommodation in 5 ensuite rooms and one luxury apartment. Situated in the small crofting community of Mingarry, 2km from the village of Acharacle, The Mingarry Park is a great base to explore Moidart and Ardnamurchan. The restauarant at Mingarry Park (open Tuesday-Sunday) has recently been awarded 2 AA Rosettes and is a great place to enjoy some of the seasonal local produce prepared by head chef David Punter.
The West Highland Hotel is situated in a prominent, elevated position in Mallaig, at the end of The Road to The Isles, being only a short walk away from the railway station and the ferry port with regular sailings to the Isle of Skye and The Small Isles. The hotel retains the traditional charm of an age gone but with comfortable modern en-suite rooms. The West Highland Hotel offers a choice of dining experiences including the stylish Island View Restauarant, The Longe, The West Bar and...
Mingarry Castle is a recently restored 13th Century Castle. It offers five ensuite bedrooms, all with four poster beds. A unique hotel on the rugged Ardnamurchan Peninsula.
The Strontian is a small highland guesthouse with spectacular panoramic views of Loch Sunart and the surrounding hills. The Strontian also has The Bothy Bar where you can have a drink or two as you watch the sun go down over Morvern Hills. The Strontian offers six spacious and comfortable ensuite bedrooms. Each room has a TV and we provide toiletries and soft towels. We welcome walkers and cycylists and provide drying facilities and secure storage for cycles.
Four of the rooms face...
The Arisaig Hotel is an old coaching inn, built in around 1720. Situated in the village on the edge of Loch na Ceall, it looks out over the bay across the water to the islands of Eigg and Rum.
The hotel has 13 bedrooms, all with en suite facilities and most with sea views. Seven double, three twin, one single and two family rooms are available. All are bookable online via our website.
Our mouth-watering, good value meals can be taken in the Crofter's Bar, the Lounge Bar or...
The Prince's House Hotel is a small privately owned hotel on The Road to The Isles in Glenfinnan. The historic hotel, dating back to the seventeenth century, has nine first floor bedrooms, a mix of standard, superior and one four poster.
The hotel also has a two rossette restaurant on the ground floor in one of the original parts of the charming old coaching Inn.
The Lochailort Inn is a privately owned, small hotel and bar on The Road to The Isles. The Hotel was refurbished in 2011 though still maintains the original character of a traditional Scottish Hotel and prides itself on offering personal attention in a relaxed informal atmosphere. Well situated for touring the the tousist attractions on the Road to The Isles including the sandy beaches at Arisaig, the Glenfinnan Viaduct, the small fishing port of Mallaig as well as Moidart and The...
The Kilchoan Hotel, with seven ensuite rooms, is situated in the centre of the village of Kilchoan and is home to a characterful and often lively village pub and dedicated restuarant. Well located for the ferry to Tobermory and for exploring the Ardnamurchan Peninsula.