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Ardgour, Onich, PH33 7AA, United Kingdom – Show map
Excellent location — rated 9/10! (score from 174 reviews)
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Golf course (within 3 km), Hiking, Cycling
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed lunches, Laundry, Fax/photocopying
Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Family rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
15:00 - 22:00 hours
07:30 - 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
Extra beds are not available.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a child's cot/crib.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are allowed on request. No extra charges.
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Score from 67 reviews Superb
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Score from 923 reviews Good
Stunningly situated by the sea, this stylish hotel offers chic accommodation, facilities and dining.
Score from 337 reviews Fabulous
Almost afloat, The Isles of Glencoe Hotel is nestled on the side of a peninsula, reaching into Loch Leven at the foot of Glencoe.
Score from 338 reviews Very good
The owner was an excellent host . The hotel was warm clean and tidy. Nothing was to much trouble. Can recommend this hotel as a place to go.
Lovely views of the loch, interesting building, good food served in the bar. Novelty for kids who enjoyed getting ferry to the inn.
Ferry runs until 9pm, and starts early. Our family room overlooked the ferry ramp, so please request a room away from the ferry ramp if this is likely to bother you. But don't let this put you off staying here.
lovely views,ferry trip across was quick,room lovely,food great,we loved our stay,staff friendly
The staff were fab - couldn't do enough for you, especially the owner, Luke.
Bed was too soft - personal thing preference - but it was way soft. Breakfast wasn't great - over cooked bacon (could cut it) and sausages were a bit hard - which was surprising as dinner the previous night was fab
Comfortable bed Good breakfast
Poor reception area. Booked a double room, ended up in a family room Poor evening meal, unfortunately a large funeral meant the bar was full of loud drunk locals, eat our meal in the dinning area to get some peace and quiet.
Requested early check-in got no response, arrived to find hotel closed with sign on door saying" closed until 3 pm", an e-mail to advise us of this may have been helpfull. Single glazed windows running with condensation, only stayed open using a piece of wood(supplied).
The room is clean. Good value for stay.
We had stayed before and were always going to return and will again. The location is stunning by the shore of Loch Linnhie. Stunning drive through Glen Coe always a bonus. The ferry over is very regular, with no more than a 20 minute wait. It runs every 15 minutes either side and takes 3 minutes to cross. Its good value at £7.90 per trip for both car and passengers. Foot passengers are free so if you don't need your car that's a bonus. All the rooms have a loch view, we were in room 7. The facilities are basic but clean and comfortable. Staff are friendly and very accommodating. The food is good, very tasty and hot. Breakfast was lovely and well cooked with a good range of options from full cooked to scrambled egg and kippers. Ferry noise not that bad and not a problem. No problem with Wifi in the room there's a good strong signal. Your table for breakfast is allocated to you with your room number displayed on the table, we had the same table both mornings. I would thoroughly recommend staying here. Its good for the soul with the stunning views.
The residents lounge is comfortable with a lot of chesterfield type sofas and chairs. When we were in there the lighting was very subdued so maybe not bright enough if you wanted to read. Our room 7 was the smallest room and the bathroom is very small so if you like or need a bit of space that may be problematic. The toilet is right next to the heated towel rail which is very hot, you have to be careful not to burn your legs. The bed although comfortable was very squeaky, with every turn causing quite a noise from the bed. People have complained on other review sites of the noise from the ferry but really its not that bad. I noticed dirty table cloths in dining room which should have been changed.
location with a loch view, clean room, WiFi ok, evening meal, various options available and adequate breakfast.
the ferry is free for foot passengers, so leave the car behind to avoid charges.
Breakfast was poor and service shambolic
I loved the location at the edge of the loch and the wonderful drive across to the ferry at Lochaline. Very informal, staff kind and helpful and comfortable rooms. Good breakfasts and choice of meals for the evening. Would go back again.
Nothing - really enjoyed my stay there.
Location. Staff. Food. Accommodation. We were on our way to Ardnamurchan Point and then on to Tobermory. The Inn was ideal for our overnight stop.
over priced average food
Everything! The staff, the food the weather,the location---all made for a wonderful stay.
The ferry!!! It was a rip-off, especially not giving a reduced return fare.Monopoly and money are greedy masters.
At the head of the slipway for the ferry, the Inn is the reason to be there. Basic friendly atmosphere with very good food.
Aside from the very helpful staff, great food, a great Guiness the stunning views/light and quirky ferry, they've a lighthouse very nearby and a wonderful, wrecked trawler along the shoreline, the best thing though, was not realising where I was when, the following morning my eyes slowly revealed to me what was to become the light through the crack in the curtains!
This hotel was a lovely surprise. Staff were welcoming, the room was cosy and very comfortable with views over the beautiful bay and the ferry stop. Food at the bar was wonderful hearty cuisine. Also in a great location surrounded by the most stunning parts of Scotland!
nothing comes to mind...
Location and friendly,kind staff.
I guess we were lucky with the weather, but we had a very pleasant stay. The staff were very good, the meals were plain, plentiful and very good
My second time staying in this great little hotel and I'll most likely stay again when passing this way. Nice friendly staff, great food and a great location. Oh and fantastic value for money :-)
Stunning views across the loch, peace and tranquility. We sat out and enjoyed a pint whilst trying to take in the beautiful scenery - felt like I was in heaven! Rooms were clean and smart and ours looked out over the loch, great to wake up to. Bar food or restaurant available , good range of drinks, friendly staff. I'll definitely be back.
Everything was good.
Really nice location, a warm welcome and excellent food.
The welcome and service by all staff was very friendly and helpful. The room was attractive in its decor and both it and the beds were very clean and comfortable. The breakfast choice was wide and well presented.
Throughout the evening and at breakfast there was constant music of an inane 'pop' variety. If it had been purely instrumental it would have been more in the background but singing tracks make conversation and relaxing very difficult. The dining room and bars were rather dreary in decor. The dining room menu was limited but the food was good.
Took the car ferry across the short stretch of loch (3 mins!) and there was the Inn.Very friendly family run inn/pub restaurant with lovely rooms and fabulous views up the loch towards Fort William.The ferry ramp is right outside the front door! Good and plentiful food freshly cooked with a wide variety or dishes to choose from.
Very pretty location with a beautiful view over water. Good food!
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