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The Chlachain Inn, hotel in Mallaig

Featuring a bar, The Chlachain Inn is located in Mallaig in the Highlands region, 26 miles from Glenfinnan Station Museum and 26 miles from Glenfinnan Monument.

Bar staff checked us in and were funny and efficient. Breakfast was cooked to order in the morning and again staff was very friendly! Three only reason I didn't put full marks was the step outside stairs
8.4
Scored 8.4
Very Good
Rated very good
742 reviews
Price from$115.61per night
West Highland Hotel, hotel in Mallaig

The “Road to the Isles” ends at the harbor of Mallaig, with ferries to the Hebrides leaving from this remote and peaceful part of Scotland.

The staff were superb as were surroundings.
7.9
Scored 7.9
Good
Rated good
1,694 reviews
Price from$178.61per night
An Bothan, hotel in Mallaig

Providing a garden, An Bothan offers accommodations in Mallaig. Both free Wifi and parking on-site are available at the apartment free of charge. Outdoor seating is also available at An Bothan.

Brand new facility, very comfortable , two storey apartment, a lot of space. Top notch facilities, love staying here
9.6
Scored 9.6
Exceptional
Rated exceptional
37 reviews
Price from$181.85per night
The Mission Bunkhouse, hotel in Mallaig

On Scotland’s far west coast, The Mission Bunkhouse in Mallaig offers simple hostel accommodations right opposite the train station and seconds from the Caledonian MacBrayne ferry terminal.

Location was great especially if traveling by foot. Had a car and actually able to park at the door because we came after 6 and left before 9:00. Otherwise there is free parking about 1/2 mile down the road along the water. Our twin beds were comfortable, guests were very quiet and kitchen was clean as well as bathroom.
8.5
Scored 8.5
Very Good
Rated very good
1,191 reviews
Price from$64.95per night
Central house, hotel in Mallaig

Central house enjoys a location in Mallaig, 26 miles from Glenfinnan Monument and 26 miles from Glenfinnan Viaduct. This bed and breakfast provides a garden.

Good location . Friendly host. Small fridge in room was useful and little bottle of milk. we were allowed to leave our cases for 2 or 3 hours whilst waiting for a ferry
8.0
Scored 8.0
Very Good
Rated very good
144 reviews
Price from$167.56per night
The Inn @ Aird a' Bhasair, hotel in Mallaig

Located in Ardvasar, 22 miles from Kyle of Lochalsh, The Inn @ Aird a' Bhasair has accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking and a bar.

The food was delicious, every bite. Our room had a spectacular view. The staff were very helpful and friendly.
8.7
Scored 8.7
Excellent
Rated excellent
845 reviews
Price from$259.79per night
The Morar Hotel, hotel in Mallaig

Established in 1902 The Morar Hotel is a family-run hotel in the highlands in North West Scotland, 3 miles from Mallaig, the Southern gateway to the Isle of Skye.

I checked in late - 11pm, place felt deserted - rooms were functional and worked fine for my needs. Met 1 member of staff who was super helpful and offered me a soft drink from his own food store as nothing was available at hotel - thnaks to him, greatly appreciated
6.8
Scored 6.8
Pleasant
Rated pleasant
2,000 reviews
Price from$117.72per night
Arisaig Pods, hotel in Mallaig

Offering a garden, Arisaig Pods features accommodations in Arisaig. This property offers access to a balcony, free private parking, and free Wifi.

Well organized and thought out. The glass door facing the sea, briliant and private. Nice deck, very responsive host who also provided excellent taxi info in advance. Amazing beach access at low tide 10 walk down the hill.
8.9
Scored 8.9
Excellent
Rated excellent
372 reviews
Price from$130.93per night
Rubha Phoil, hotel in Mallaig

Rubha Phoil offers accommodations in Ardvasar, 22 miles from Kyle of Lochalsh and 31 miles from Eilean Donan Castle. There's a private entrance at the campground for the convenience of those who stay....

It was close to where my clients were staying and right next to ferry terminal- It’s on an Eco site so be prepared for facilities that are basic but comfortable. Getting back to nature with the facility to have your own fire- really enjoyed my stay
8.9
Scored 8.9
Excellent
Rated excellent
53 reviews
Price from$206.57per night
Toravaig House Hotel, hotel in Mallaig

Toravaig House is an award-winning Hebridean hotel, offering innovative cuisine and an intimate atmosphere.

Quite and relaxing
8.5
Scored 8.5
Very Good
Rated very good
233 reviews
Price from$167.56per night
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What Guests Said About Mallaig:

  • 4.0
    Scored 4.0

    I suppose it's handy for the Ferry.

    I suppose it's handy for the Ferry. Since we were there a few years ago we felt it had gone not so friendly. We didn't see our hostess, only when she came for the money. Very impersonal. No food option. Hotel up the brae was nice for food. Let ourselves out the next morning. Felt it was a couldn't be bothered attitude. Wouldn't go again. Probably wouldn't visit Mallaig again.
    Jean
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    Mallaig is an interesting place for a couple of days...a...

    Mallaig is an interesting place for a couple of days...a working harbour and small town with some tourist facilities.The ferry to Skye leaves from here several times a day and you can take boat trips from Mallaig itself.There are a couple of short local walks which are worth doing. There's several eateries including a pub up the hill that does great pub grub and delicious cider and a take away fish and chip place. The arrival by train along a beautiful scenic railway line is memorable...I think 2 days is long enough here though!
    Debh23
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    If you need to catch a ferry it perfect,besides that there...

    If you need to catch a ferry it perfect,besides that there is really not much there,a few shops and restaurants,so once you have walked the town, see the old steam train before it departs and had some fish and chips your done.
    Richard
    United States of America
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Loved the harbour area which has a lot of activity.

    Loved the harbour area which has a lot of activity. Excellent bakers nearby as well as fish and chips restaurants and a delightful pizzeria. Also The Horsebox just up the road from the harbour - lovely coffees and cakes.
    Isabella
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Gorgeous part of the Highlands with good transport links !

    Gorgeous part of the Highlands with good transport links ! Ferries and Trains ! The train journey is spectacular and worth every Penny and minute of the 5 hours from Glasgow or 2 hours plus from Fort William … I’m not a train spotter by any means or a Harry Potter fan but this journey as always been on my travel bucket list and did not disappoint! Good bar / restaurant … great value great food at the top of the hill and friendly locals !! Be aware as you’d expect not a lot open in the depths of winter!! But enough and how I personally like it !!
    darren
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    The scenery was breathtaking, locals so friendly and helpful...

    The scenery was breathtaking, locals so friendly and helpful. Only downside several places were closed due to staff shortages. Hotel was fantastic but the staff, the two Fiona's and Pawel were wonderful, above and beyond helpful
    Margaret
    United Kingdom

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Mallaig

  • 8.4
    Scored 8.4
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 742 reviews
    Very welcoming and friendly remember to book in for dinner food is delicious so it can be very busy, But you can also get takeaways and go down to water front and see all the boats. Perfect location for train and ferry we went over to skye on ferry in morning and come back at night to the hotel and stayed other night as it's better value for money. The rooms are lovely and clean very comfortable and breakfast was delicious.
    Charlene
    United Kingdom
  • 8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 1,191 reviews
    Cheap and cheerful and comfortable, good facilities and a warm welcome, I didn't have any problems with noise when I stayed but it must depend who else is staying at the time, would stay again next time I'm in Mallaig
    Helen
    United Kingdom
  • 9.6
    Scored 9.6
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 148 reviews
    This hotel is superb. We had a lovely, comfortable room with a sea view. The breakfast was great with a variety of options. This was the perfect base for exploring Mallaig and the surrounding area.
    James
    United Kingdom
  • 9.4
    Scored 9.4
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 350 reviews
    Check in was great, we got upgraded to a seaview room which was lovely. Hotel was in a perfect location and very stylish.
    Jordan
    United Kingdom
  • 7.9
    Scored 7.9
    Good
    Rated good
     · 1,694 reviews
    Nice hotel, professional staff and good food. Situated well for exploring Mallaig.
    John
    United Kingdom