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Golf Course (within 2 miles), Fishing, Canoeing, Hiking, Cycling, Water Sports Facilities (on site), Beachfront, Bicycle Rental, Game Room, Playground
Food & Drink
Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant with Dining Menu, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed Lunches, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Laundry, Ironing Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All children from 3 to 12 year are charged 50 % of the room stay per night per person for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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The “Road to the Isles” ends at the harbour of Mallaig, with ferries to the Hebrides leaving from this remote and peaceful part of Scotland.
Score from 220 reviews Good
Three miles outside Acharacle, just over 1 hour’s drive from Fort William, Mingarry Park provides high-quality accommodation in the western Highlands.
Score from 103 reviews Exceptional
With Camusdarach Beach just 10 minutes’ walk away, the family-run Glenwood B&B is situated on a beautiful coastal road between Arisaig and Morar.
Score from 22 reviews Excellent
On Scotland’s far west coast, The Mission Bunkhouse in Mallaig offers simple hostel accommodation right opposite the train station and seconds from the Caledonian MacBrayne ferry terminal.
Score from 249 reviews Good
Had a lovely weekend everyone friendly and helpful. Room nice and breakfast good. Would recommended hotel highly
Only slight niggle was no WiFi in room but could get elsewhere in the hotel.
The receptionist/breakfast waitress - so helpful, so down to earth, so friendly. Rooms are great, breakfast very nice and evening meal just what we needed. Location is awesome too and super peacefully quiet, with exceptional view. You can opt to have a drink or your evening meal in the bar or a quiet room alongside, so everyone catered for and all the staff took time to chat, if you wanted to..
Having to leave. Having to leave this well deserved praise, knowing others will know about how good it is and book their trip, making it difficult for us to return :-)
Location - so tranquil Décor of room - very cottage-like Cleanliness of room & bathroom Bar area - great atmosphere Breakfast room Breakfast
No lift - didn't bother us but could be a problem for some
Room 13, unlucky for some, Shower overflowed, mattress only 4foot wide (standard room) and worn out. Locals in bar load and bad language
Beaches would be lovely in the summer months. Walking and outdoor activities good.
Not much to do if you are not a walker or active outdoors. Hotel was clean but basic. Bar/restaurant allowed dogs in. Bar was cold. Main television in bar area did not work. There were 3 places to eat in Arisaig and you had to eat before 2.30pm in all three if you wanted lunch. Three restaurants/cafés did not open again until 5.30pm.
Fun to stay in such an old hotel in this peaceful seaside village. Stately, elegant, yet down-to-earth.
the staff were extreemly friendly and helpful the room and beds were very comfortable the food was excellent
the walk from the station in the rain
The walk around arisaig it's nice and full of nature that you would love to see. The hotel it's well presented and has all you need when staying.
Lovely hotel, friendly staff and food to die for.
The staff were wonderful and made our stay really enjoyable The hotel is on a beautiful bay which was a delight to have found I will come back to this wonderful place
Wi Fi was some times hit and miss but no big deal
Staff were wonderful, friendly, helpful and efficient. Very comfortable, a nice mixture of new and old furnishings. Wonderful views, great location. Food excellent.
Situation excellent, staff very helpful. Room well kept.
Standard of breakfast barely up to standard for price although well enough cooked and served.
Staff friendly, and food good
Poor shower facilities, poor wifi access. Rooms dated.
Staff were very friendly and helpful. Kippers for breakfast excellent
Beds too narrow. Decor bland. Food too fatty. Coffee stewed. Overall ambience rather like Premier Inn, but with prices of more personal hotel
Arisaig itself is a lovely town the room was spacious for four people and very clean.
The staff was not overly welcoming which was surprising for such a small town. The breakfast was just fair - again service not particularly friendly.
Shower, food,helpful lady at reception
The fact that I had to travel back and start work again the next day!
WiFi non existent, though didn't go there to spend time on the internet so didn't cause a problem.
From the moment we arrived the receptionist was very welcoming and she was extremely helpful when we discovered we had left behind my husband's kilt shirt an hour before the wedding we were due to attend! Overall staff were friendly and helpful, hotel clean and comfortable and we enjoyed our short stay.
- the hotel is great compared to the other ones I found in scotland - good breakfast (but not buffet) - very beautiful place
This hotel is in a great location with good views of the marina. There is also a good bar onsite serving food. The staff were helpful and made me feel very welcome.
The wifi did not work in my room so I had to go to reception to use it. This is not a big deal but it is not ideal either, especially given that 3G is patchy in this area.
Food was good fish & chips were spot on . Sitting outside on decking in the sunshine with the view across the water is just awesome .
The double bed was comfy but the smallest we have ever slept in so not a lot of room to move .
The hotel is situated in a nice and quiet area. It was truly a stress buster for our family who drove from Edinburgh. Loved the family area where we could sit and enjoy board games. The restaurant served till 9pm with good menu options. I would recommend it to all the people who really want to relax & have a nice quiet break between their hectic touring.
Close to Mallaig, so convenient for the ferry. Comfortable room with everything we needed. Good food in the pub. Friendly staff.
The lady serving in the breakfast room had an unusual policy for seating - she seemed unwilling to re-set any seats, instead asking people to join tables with other guests.
Where it is character of building and contents staff very friendly and helpful
Publicity says TV and WiFi, but very few tv channels, and wifi only sufficiently strong for use in a few areas
Ideal,position. Planned to get the ferry over to Skye the next day from Mallaig. Fiona on reception was very helpful and booked for us there and then.
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