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West Highland Hotel, hotel in Mallaig

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.

7.8
Good
1,640 reviews
Price from$170.82per night
The Chlachain Inn, hotel in Mallaig

The Chlachain Inn

Highland

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.

8.3
Very Good
691 reviews
Price from$137.92per night
The Mission Bunkhouse, hotel in Mallaig

The Mission Bunkhouse

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.

8.4
Very Good
1,189 reviews
Price from$63.27per night
Seaview Guesthouse, hotel in Mallaig

Seaview Guesthouse

Mallaig

Seaview Guesthouse in Mallaig provides accommodations with a garden and a terrace. The bed and breakfast, set in a building dating back to 1903, features free Wifi and free private parking.

9.4
Wonderful
378 reviews
Price from$126.53per night
Loch Morar Private Suite, hotel in Mallaig

Loch Morar Private Suite

Mallaig

Loch Morar Private Suite offers accommodations in Mallaig, 23 miles from Glenfinnan Viaduct.

9.6
Exceptional
208 reviews
Price from$151.84per night
Maoldon Bank, hotel in Mallaig

Maoldon Bank

Inverness-shire

Maoldon Bank in Mallaig provides accommodations with free Wifi, 26 miles from Glenfinnan Station Museum, 26 miles from Glenfinnan Monument, and 26 miles from Glenfinnan Viaduct.

9.6
Exceptional
79 reviews
Price from$189.80per night
Central house, hotel in Mallaig

Central house

Highland Council

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.

7.5
Good
11 reviews
Price from$125.27per night
Mallaig Self Catering Apartment, hotel in Mallaig

Mallaig Self Catering Apartment

Highland Council

Mallaig Self Catering Apartment is located in Mallaig, just 26 miles from Glenfinnan Station Museum and 26 miles from Glenfinnan Monument.

7.9
Good
37 reviews
Price from$187.90per night
The Morar Hotel, hotel in Mallaig

The Morar Hotel

Morar, 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.

6.8
Pleasant
1,896 reviews
Price from$128.69per night
The Inn @ Aird a' Bhasair, hotel in Mallaig

The Inn @ Aird a' Bhasair

Sleat

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.

8.8
Excellent
772 reviews
Price from$258.13per night
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What Guests Said About Mallaig:

  • 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
  • 10

    Mallaig is at its heart an old fishing town which has seen...

    Mallaig is at its heart an old fishing town which has seen that part of its self-image eroded by the economics of fisheries across the land. Meanwhile it has become popular because of the steam railway and Harry Potter. Though this has improved the economy it feels like the place begrudges this new found dimension and would prefer to revert to its quieter fish-focussed past. Some of the restaurants feel like they are profiteering - £11 for 4 tiny pieces of salt and pepper squid slapped on the table is indicative. Overpriced dishes and underwhelming service. Is it me or do the staff in the hostelries and shops project an air that says they've had enough and want to scuttle off for their own vacation? They need to decide to up their game or move over for someone with more stamina, energy and understanding of customer service. Not somewhere for which I will hold fond memories. The exception to all this is the host of the pod who was bright and cheerful and could not be more helpful.
    James
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0

    Mallaig is a beautiful place it is very relaxing if you are...

    Mallaig is a beautiful place it is very relaxing if you are looking for a break away from your stressful every day life, lots of nice boat trips available which you can see the minke whales lots of good food available
    janet
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0

    Plenty of places to eat.

    Plenty of places to eat. Mallaig gets busy when the steam train(think Harry Potter) from Fort William arrives. Surprisingly, many shops were closed on Saturday morning. Great smoked fish and shellfish from Andy Race fish merchant, but shop not open on Saturday. Ferry trips to Eigg, Rum, Skye and Knoydart(loch Nevis)
    James
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0

    It has all the bustle of a busy ferry and fishing port.

    It has all the bustle of a busy ferry and fishing port. It has a huge number of cafes, restaurants and tourist facilities. Great rail and road communications. Lovely circular walk above the town - great views.
    c
    clydecoaster
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0

    Walkable.

    Walkable. Nice harbor city with plenty of free parking if you will be going away by ferry. There’s a grocery store, several pubs and restaurants, and some gift shops. The train station and a museum are right next to each other.
    Mary
    United States of America

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Mallaig

  • 9.6
    Exceptional · 375 reviews
    The location of the pods is excellent; five minutes walk from the station and with views across to the small isles and within easy walking distance of shops and restaurants. The lockbox allowed us to check in independently and dash to the boatyard for the 3:30 wildlife cruise with plenty of time to spare. The pod itself was spotless and equipped with everything we needed for our few nights in Mallaig. Our hosts were excellent and responded to our queries very quickly! A lovely place to stay and would highly recommend!
    Claire
    Spain
  • From $63.27 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 1,191 reviews
    Couldn't be in a better location, it's just a very short walk from the ferry and even less from the station and town centre. I was made to feel very welcome. Arriving early, I was able to leave my bags there and go for lunch in one of Mallaig 's very nice cafés. The kitchen is fully equipped and there's a very good lounge to sit and relax in. I'll be very happy returning here on my next visit.
    Marianne
    France
  • 7.4
    Good · 20 reviews
    Perfect base to use the car ferry to Skye. 45 pounds round trip for family of 4 and mid-size SUV. Apartment is 2 minutes from ferry terminal. Accommodation is comfortable and clean on a quiet street. Equipped to self cater although we did not.. They have added a hanging rack to dry laundry if you need to use their washing machine.
    Jonathan
    United States of America
  • 7.8
    Good · 549 reviews
    Great location in Mallaig. Rooms were clean and attractively presented with en suite shower and toilet. It was an old hotel so had no lift, but the stairs were manageable. Dinner in the bar was very pleasant and the staff went out of their way to provide a hot breakfast at 8 am so that we could catch the ferry to Skye.
    Edward
    Australia
  • From $126.53 per night
    9.4
    Wonderful · 378 reviews
    Mallaig is a beautiful small fishing village. Very much worth the beautiful trip to it. The Seaview is within steps of the train terminal with places to dine. The Seaview is a cozy place to stay with amenities that include a nice breakfast offering.
    Fred
    United States of America
  • From $150.32 per night
    8.5
    Very Good · 1,218 reviews
    The location can't be beat as it is right next to the train station and very close to the ferries. It was central to everything I wanted to do in Mallaig, as a base for visiting Skye, Inverie and to visit the many shops and eateries in Mallaig.
    Lauren
    United States of America
  • From $189.80 per night
    9.6
    Exceptional · 79 reviews
    The location was incredible - right in the middle of Mallaig next to the port and all the restaurants. It was fun that the flat is an old bank - it gave it additional charm! It was such a comfortable place to stay in Mallaig.
    Lannie
    United States of America
  • 8.3
    Very Good · 691 reviews
    Location of this hotel was good, right off the main street in Mallaig. We stopped over whilst waiting for a ferry the next day. The room was a decent size, we had a balcony. I feel the room had been redecorated recently.
    Kate
    United Kingdom
  • 9.6
    Exceptional · 375 reviews
    The location in "downtown" Mallaig was perfect. Everything was very walkable. The pod itself was super cosy and very clean. Small bathroom, obviously, but hot water and well appointed. I loved the heated floors.
    Katie
    United States of America
  • From $145.20 per night
    7.8
    Good · 1,640 reviews
    I asked to change rooms (just because I wanted a bit lighter room) and was accommodated with no fuss. The staff here are exceptional and views amazing. Beautiful old hotel - a real pleasure to be there.
    Linda
    United Kingdom
  • 9.6
    Exceptional · 176 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
  • From $150.32 per night
    8.5
    Very Good · 1,218 reviews
    Nice hotel, central in Mallaig with parking close by. Quiet room despite the warning, good size and clearly modernised recently. Comfy bed, good shower.
    Trefor
    United Kingdom
  • 9.4
    Wonderful · 447 reviews
    The quality of the accommodation was excellent and cannot be faulted. The staff were helpful and friendly and made us very welcome.
    D
    David
    United Kingdom
  • From $145.20 per night
    7.8
    Good · 1,640 reviews
    The hotel has a large sitting and library area near the bar. It was relaxing to sit here and wind down during the evening.
    Richard
    United Kingdom
  • 9.4
    Wonderful · 447 reviews
    Good for Mallaig ferry Cooked breakfast Friendly host Lovely sandy beaches nearby Comfortable and clean room
    Ella
    United Kingdom
  • 8.3
    Very Good · 691 reviews
    west highland soaps were nice, breakfast was enormous and hearty, restaurant was good, service great.
    Blue Jay Bob
    Canada
  • 10
    Exceptional · 1 review
    This property is in an excellent location, close to Mallaig and the beaches. The view is wonderful.
    Angela
    United Kingdom
  • From $215.11 per night
    9.6
    Exceptional · 208 reviews
    WOW,WOW great location that you can dream about if your are not a city looking for accommodations
    Tzvi
    Israel
  • 7.8
    Good · 549 reviews
    Excellent location, central to Mallaig. I really enjoyed the very comfortable stay.
    Gary
    United Kingdom
  • From $189.80 per night
    9.6
    Exceptional · 79 reviews
    Everything about the accommodation.
    Gerald
    United States of America