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The Old Library & Lodge has a restaurant, shared lounge, a garden and water sports facilities in Arisaig. With free WiFi, this 3-star inn offers luggage storage space. Beautiful view, very comfortable bed, dinner and breakfast were outstanding, friendly proprietors.
Located in Arisaig, Rhenetra offers accommodations with free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a terrace. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental breakfast. Our host was delightful and she prepared a more than adequate breakfast for us that was simply delicious!
Our lovely Arisaig Holiday Apartment overlooks the natural sea harbor of Arisaig village and offers self-catered accommodations for 2, 3 or 4 people with free Wi-Fi and free parking. Lovely apartment with spectacular views. Great for some peace and quiet. Lovely walks and a great local pup that was also dog friendly. well equipped and caring hosts.
Arisaig Pods is located in Arisaig and offers a garden and a terrace. The property is 29 miles from Fort William, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site. It was very clean, had lighting so we could see our way in when arriving back from dinner. Very cosy and well equipped, and the info pack was really useful. Silver sands of Morar was lovely. Kitchen had everything and more we needed
Located in Arisaig in the Highlands region, Keepers Pod features a terrace. The property is 26 miles from Fort William, and complimentary private parking is provided. Very clean and cosy, had everything we needed (including ground coffee!) And really thoughtful breakfast hamper as well. We appreciated having our own private space while on holiday and would highly recommend a stay here!
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.
Weather is important for making the most of this part of the world, basically because the coast here is the sort you want sun for. There's a fair bit to do, but perhaps a bit less in wet weather. We enjoyed the takeaway from the Old library, the boat trip to Inverie, the Glenfinnan viaduct walk, Camusdarach & Traigh beaches, the smoked salmon place at Glenuig, the village museum/visitor centre.
Arisaig is a beautiful village on the west coast of Scotland. with stunning scenery. beautiful beaches. and a relaxed way of life. there is lots to do in the area. From Cycling. Golfing. Boat Trips. Canoeing. Walking. Or you can enjoy one of the many Restaurants in the area. serving delicious fare. fresh from the sea. Visit the fishing port of Mallaig. just 10 minutes away. See the Hogwarts Express. Visit the Harry Potter shop in Hagrid Alley. Enjoy all the area has to offer. there is something for everyone.
The coast from Arisaig (arasaig) to Mallaig (Malaig) is one of the most beutiful in Scotland. Looking out to the Sma' Isles with white shell-sand beaches and crystal clear water. If the weather is right it is a playground of walks and boatingh trips and wild swilling.
A pretty village near Morar and Maillaig. We stopped at Glenfinnan on the way there and had a picnic no the silver sands of Morar There is a well stiocked Shop in the village and post office. There is an ATM. There was planty of activities on offer e.g boat trips and kayaking as well as lovely walks
This is the West Highlands to perfection; rocks and sea and heather. Quite a substantial proportion of the local residents are indigenous folk whose families have been there for countless generations. Most of the places to eat - cafes and restaurants - are shut over the winter. But the grocery is open seven days per week.
We stayed in Arisaig at Rhenetra B & B in October 2021 for a mad long weekend from Northern England. The weather was as inclement as you would expect in Scotland in October. Nevertheless, the room was lovely & clean & the view of the sea & the mountains from the window was beautiful. Above all, our host CJ was really really friendly & helpful & the vegetarian breakfasts she laid on were wonderful. This was a great place to stay and we really enjoyed the weekend.
This is a wonderful hotel. The food is absolutely outstanding making great use of local fresh produce. David and Penny are fabulous hosts and the room we had was very well appointed with comfortable beds, excellent bath towels and a lovely outside seating area overlooking the gardens. A perfect location too. Eddie the waiter could not have been friendlier or given better service, really went the extra mile. We had a really wonderful time, would highly recommend
Had the most amazing few days in Arisaig. The property totally exceeded our expectations it was so lovely, it had everything we needed. The location was just perfect so peaceful what a beautiful place to relax and recharge. Added bonus for us it is pet friendly we brought our wee Lhasa Apso aswell. We absolutely loved it so much so we have rebooked for a weeks stay next year. Can't wait to return.
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!
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!
Eilidh was a great host and the pod really cosy and very clean, was our first time in Arisaig and we will definitely be back. Would stay at Keepers pod again.