For centuries travellers have enjoyed the warm welcome at this family-run Inn on the shores of Loch Linnhe.The Inn is in a fantastic location with stunning views from all the bedrooms across the loch to the mountains beyond and the entrance to the Great Glen. The situation is ideal for touring the West Highlands of Scotland with the Hebridean islands of Mull, Iona and Skye, Ben Nevis, Glencoe, Aonoch Mor Ski Centre, Glenfinnan and Loch Ness all close enough for a day trip. Stunning views from the lovely en-suite rooms, good food using local produce and a friendly atmosphere in the bar make this an ideal place for families, couples and friends. Please note that the quickest way to get to the Inn is to take the two minute crossing on the Corran Car Ferry which runs from 0630 hours to 2130 hours. The ferry does not run on the 25th and 26th December or on the 1st and 2nd January. You are able to reach the Inn without taking the ferry using the A830 and A861 roads.
Wonderful scenery in remote area and the Inn is very welcoming and cosy. I liked getting the ferry across and getting away from main roads.
The ferry is a bit expensive at £6.40 each time although there is no need to take it each day as the area on the Inn side is just as beautiful as the better known places on the Glencoe side
We had a wonderful time in this hotel. Such a beautiful and unique setting with a very warm, relaxing and cosy atmosphere. The staff were friendly and helpful and the food was excellent.
Good value for money
The food could have been better
The staff and the food were absolutely first class. It was a very restful break. I dont believe the internet photos do it justice.
we had an excellent holiday, the staff were friendly the food was excellent you couldn't beat the view from our bedroom.
Ease of access to the room and a friendly welcome.
Great location and views.