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The Old Library & Lodge has a garden, shared lounge, a restaurant and water sports facilities in Arisaig. With free WiFi, this 3-star inn offers luggage storage space.
lovely well appointed bedroom, super food in restaurant and friendly and attentive staff.
Set 32 km from Glenfinnan Station Museum, Rhenetra offers accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. The bed and breakfast offers a picnic area. Guests can also relax in the garden.
Our host was delightful and she prepared a more than adequate breakfast for us that was simply delicious!
Boasting mountain views, Brae Hoose provides accommodation with a patio and a coffee machine, around 31 km from Glenfinnan Station Museum.
The best house I’ve ever used for holiday. Big! Clean! Qith everyrhing you need! In a great position! Absolutely wonderful!!!!
Arisaig Pods, a property with a garden, is situated in Arisaig, 32 km from Glenfinnan Station Museum, 32 km from Glenfinnan Monument, as well as 32 km from Glenfinnan Viaduct.
The view is stunning. We arrived late in the afternoon and got to watch a wonderful sunset, listening to the evening birdsong. It's remote and quiet which is what we wanted, and it was a better laid-out pod than some other similar places we've stayed in. Clean and tidy, with all the little extras we could have wanted. Thanks!
Our lovely Arisaig Holiday Apartment overlooks the natural sea harbour of Arisaig village and offers self-catered accommodation for 2, 3 or 4 people with free Wi-Fi and free parking.
Lovely apartment, very clean, well equipped kitchen - and great selection of DVDs!
Offering a garden and sea view, Cuillin View Apartment - UK12529 is situated in Arisaig, 2.4 km from Camusdarach Beach and 35 km from Glenfinnan Station Museum.
Amazing Location. The property was very well equipped and gad everything we needed. Will definitely book again.
Located 26 km from Glenfinnan Station Museum, 26 km from Glenfinnan Monument and 26 km from Glenfinnan Viaduct, Keepers Pod provides accommodation situated in Arisaig.
Our first experience of a pod and it exceeded our expectations. From the fixtures right down to the furnishings everything was supberb
Excellent area to be based in. The scenery and beaches are first class. It is within easy distance to Mallaig, Fort William and many other attractions in the area such as the Jacobite Steam Train and Glenfinnan Railway Viaduct and Monument. Excellent choices of food - highly recommend the restaurant in The Library - first class service and food. Boat trips and ferries leave for the islands at the harbour as well.
The property was located in a idyllic location and is exceptionally clean...the owner was very helpful and friendly...a place never to forget.. You will need a car to enjoy the beautiful surroundings...take the ferry over to the Isle of Skye..The Old Library restaurant on Arisaig needs to be booked in advance, but is worth it...so is the bay opposite.. The only downside is the need to purchase petrol either in Mallig - when they have it or travel an hour to Fort William...
Access in and out of the Village was very easy. It is located on a main road and there is a train station there. Arisaig is a small village that is easy to access. We ate at the Old Library, highly recommended, and the pub, also good specifically when live music is featured. Food ordered from the Seafood Shack was really teriffic and beautifully presented. The little tea room at the harbour provides lovely views and wonderful snacks. The favourite destination is the Visitors' centre offering an in depth history of the are, its residents and some very interesting artifacts.
Beautiful little village with amazing veiws and walks. an outstanding pub the Arisaig hotel where the staff look after you like an old friend and food is fresh. Friday night at the hotel is music night, traditionally played by very talented musicians, not to be missed. Friday's are fresh days, seafood shop and bread shed open the bread was unbelievable best to order ahead On Saturdays the bread shed turns its skill to wood fired pizzas although we didn't have a chance to try them the word on the street is unmissable.
We loved it! Daily boat trips to the small isles from Arisaig and wildlife cruises etc available from Mallaig just up the road. Traigh Golf Course - friendly and challenging (especially when the wind was up!) Loads of places to walk (or cycle) and there’s a small train station. Local Spar shop in Arisaig and a bigger Co-op in Mallaig about ten minutes away by car. Couple of cafes down by the waterfront and dining available in the hotel and restaurant.
A charming, quiet little village on a pretty bay. Stunning views across the water to the Isles of Skye, Rhum, Eigg, Muck and Canna. A charming and lively local pub, serving drinks and food, plus a convenience store, a good cafe (Good Vibes) and a small restaurant, The Old Library, serving excellent food at a reasonable price.
Keepers pod is the perfect little stay for a couple and our dog. Host was wonderfully helpful with recommendation for walks and local beaches and a pub to watch the football in. Complete guide to the area in the pod which was a lovely read and very generous tea, coffee, fresh milk and nibbles for breakfast all included. Only stopped at Arisaig for a night but would recommend two or more if you have the time and the keepers pod is the place to stay!
From the first contact with Pete( the owner) I knew we had made the right choice, Pete was friendly and approachable, his knowledge the immediate area around Arisaig, the Highlands and the Islands was helpful and accurate, the room and bathroom was clean warm and dry, we wanted for nothing, breakfast was great Pete knocked us up a full Scottish breakfast, copious amounts of coffee, toast and chat.
Great location with a beautiful view of the water. Amazing staff who were very friendly. Check in/out were a breeze and the rooms were well equipped. However, the meals were the star of the stay. Some of the best sticky toffee pudding we’ve had during our 8 days in Scotland. Breakfast was equally good, and everybody in our group was able to find something they liked.
Well appointed wooden house close to beaches (though no local access) and convenient for Arisaig/Mallaig. Spotlessly clean, everything available you could need. Views across towards Skye were lovely. 'Star Wars' theming felt a little strange, though we grew to like it!
Brae Hoose was just amazing. It has everything you need and very clean & modern. Outside area great for sitting and enjoying the sun! Short walk into Arisaig & so close to drive to lovely beaches. Would highly recommend!
Our stay was our first night away in 2 years due to covid and both the property and Arisaig itself exceeded our expectations, location and views were just amazing and we regretted not booking an extra night!
Charming area with beautiful sunset views and cows in the field across the way. Our host was very friendly and everything was very clean and neat.
stunning view, great location close to all amenities in Arisaig and close to many activities and locations of interest. Quiet and peaceful.
The location was perfect for exploring the area of Arisaig, close to the beach but off the road up the track making the location safe.