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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 in the Highlands region, Brae Hoose features a patio and garden views. The property is 7.5 mi from Mallaig, and complimentary private parking is provided. Wow... everything we needed was there and it was all quality. So beautifully furnished and very clean. Didn’t want to leave. Can’t wait to book again. Thank you
Featuring accommodations with a balcony, Arisaig Pods is located in Arisaig. This property has a terrace and free WiFi. The property is equipped with a kitchenette. The pod was warm and comfortable with all the bits and pieces we needed for a brilliant stay. Location was absolutely spot on and we spent a few days exploring the local area, including mountains and beaches!
Located in Arisaig, 28 mi from Mallaig, Reuben's Highland Retreat provides a garden and free WiFi. Everything was perfect. A lovely clean cosy lodge with everything you need. We stayed for a week and the location is great to get out and about easily and explore the beautiful area. Great value for money too, thank you 😀
Set in over 2 acres of hillside garden, in Arisaig on the West of Scotland, Downey Birch House offers self-catered accommodations for 2 people, with free Wi-Fi and free parking. Everything, it was absolutely perfect. Very hospitable, lovely host and a perfect location for exploring the local area.
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.
My daughter actually cooked supper in the lovely kitchen but she couldn't find a measuring jug, it's a struggle to find negatives... Perhaps a bin in the bedrooms too would have been useful.. Otherwise everything was lovely. Very easy to check in via the hotel in front. Decor was lovely and bright and clean. Beds were very comfortable. Surrounding environment was amazing and the people friendly. I can't wait to return, I feel like I've discovered a national treasure :-D
Basically just a nice little bay with a spar shop and Restaurant (The Old Library) and a Pub. There is a museum of the land and islands too but we were not there when it was open. Good stop off place if on the way to the islands or touring.
The village has more to recommend it than i had expected. A choice of places to eat, a decent local store, a lively hotel bar, the small islands ferry and what we had come for a first class Kayaking Centre.