Cons: I couldn't open my bay window in the main room of the suite.
Pros: The staff was extremely helpful and friendly. The location is magical, the scenery is fabulous, the facilities in the hotel are in an excellent condition. The food is fantastic. Everything was perfect...
Cons: I wish we could stay there longer.
Pros: A wonderful hotel with lots of carachter. Full on nice old thinks in a splendid location . Absolutely perfect
Cons: All is preferct
Pros: Very nice and prestigious old style building and rooms on the side of a beautiful beach.
Pros: We had a lovely welcome tour of the hotel on our arrival. The lodge has a wonderful aspect overlooking the Loch. We booked dinner in the restaurant and we both had super moist and flaky cod. The ...
Cons: Our bed was very comfortable but our room was rather small which was fine for our one night stay but would have been quite restrictive if we were staying longer.
Pros: This remote 1800s Victorian Hunting Lodge was a fantastic find. From the Whisky bar to the on grounds falconry, to the top notch dining, the Shieldag Lodge was incredible. Blew my wife and I away. We ...
Pros: Stunningly beautiful property which offers a unique experience. It's been fastidious restored and decorated. Offers delicious food, amazing views , hairy coos and the chance to see falconry. ...
Cons: Staff are well trained but lack the special hospitality and charming manner that this property requires. Plumbing in our room was noisy and small room for the money paid.
Pros: Well appointed
Cons: Bed was way to soft i never trust a bed where you can feel the springs at the side (room9)
Pros: Everyone was very helpful and made you feel very welcome.
Cons: It is a pity that the after dinner coffee was not included. We stayed for two nights and coffee was included for one evening but not the next as we discovered when we paid the bill. Such a small thing...
Pros: Staff were excellent in all aspects of their service, can't praise them highly enough Menu in restaurant had a limited selection however there was something for all palate's. Good selection...
Cons: Unable to open windows in room (sash type windows which appeared to be very stiff possibly due to recent heavy rain) causing room to be a little stuffy (however this meant that the midgies couldn'...
When visiting Gairloch, Shieldaig Lodge Hotel is a great choice to consider. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and free English breakfast is available daily between 7:30 AM and 10 AM.
Pros: The house itself is quaint with a little history, had been left to the Society for Student stay etc. Amazing staff - friendly, helpful and full of character....Small frontage, and garden area, ...
Cons: TIGHT Car parking facilities, house is on a bend - makes for maneuvering a little tense. Imperative that you reverse in as the bend/s cuts off visual regarding traffic approaching.
Pros: bed extra comfy
Cons: very limited space of parking limited number of bathrooms
Pros: beds were super comfy. all amenities were complete, it had everything you need for a basic stay
Cons: very limited space of parking limited number of bathrooms
Pros: incredible location, wonderful staff
Cons: It's all good. Its a hostel of course, so there are the usual compromises. Its a shame it's not open in winter and that the yha's own website is useless for bookings
Pros: The beds were comfortable, as were the communal areas - it was a stunning view and quite remote if that's what you're after.
Cons: The member of staff was less than helpful. The first thing I was greeted with after a 3 hour drive was 'Parking!' as apparently I had parked in the wrong direction (there was no indication ...
Cons: Small unsurfaced car parks. Big problem with my motorbike. Make sure that you get your food from the village store (couple of miles away) before they close at 5!
Cons: Wi Fi almost non-existent. This is the main fault. Accommodation is very clean and well run. Only a few private rooms available. Mainly shared sleeping accommodation - that is why it is so cheap. ...
Pros: Amazing view of the loch.
Cons: No lights by dorm beds. Minimal outlets. Door difficult to close when leaving.
Pros: The location
Pros: Watched the sun set and the moon ride over the bay while munching our evening meal.
Cons: Loud and inconsiderate German motor-bikers who snored like bloated swine when I craved sleep.
Situated on the northern shore of Loch Gairloch, Gairloch Sands Youth Hostel offers magnificent sea and mountain views. With free private parking, this youth hostel dates back to the 1880s. This former hunting lodge offers both private rooms and bunk beds in shared dormitories. The communal lounge boasts panoramic views of the Torridon Hills and Loch Gairloch. Guests are welcome to make use of the fully equipped self-catering kitchen and the spacious dining room. Laundry facilities are also available. The village of Gairloch is just 5 minutes’ drive away and is home to several fine pubs, coffee shops, and restaurants. One of the top 5 Scottish Marine Life Watch destinations, Gairloch also offers boat trips to watch whales or dolphins. Gairloch Sands Youth Hostel has sandy beaches on its doorstep and is an ideal stop-off point for many cyclists.
Cons: Matress on bed cery thib to almost non existant. Very cold bathroom.
Pros: Big room with great view
Pros: The lodge is not ancient but it has lots of character features, and deploys some very nice traditional practices such as an all-night 'honesty bar'. It is warm and has a very homely feel. ...
Cons: If you're unfamiliar with the area it may be easy to mistake this for the Gairloch Hotel a mile down the road. Tip - Don't unpack the car until you're sure you've got the right place...
Pros: The owner was an excellent guide for all the things to do in the immedient area and other areas we told him we were going to! The food at the restaurant was excelent too! The Inverewe Garden is an ...
Pros: Nice to be near enough to walk to a lovely pub for an evening meal.
Cons: Breakfast was buffet style so not as good as freshly cooked.
Pros: Great location. Their 'honesty bar' was a first for us. Liked it. Staff couldn't have been nicer.
Cons: Hotel was a little dated but it was clean with good staff. Shower was very poor (spitting rather than running) but overall it was value for money. Can't ask for much more than that. Lovely staff...
Pros: Quiet, picturesque location, comfortable lounge, friendly staff, good Wi-Fi and good value.
Cons: Only one easy chair in the bedroom. I know this is typical but also illogical in a room designed for two. Also, television a bit small and too high
Pros: Lots of character and charm. Very friendly staff and some really great facilities, such as the lounge, wished we were staying longer so that we could have made use of it. Felt like the type of place ...
Pros: Very good buffet breakfast. Superb view to harbour from window. 4 poster bed. They own good restaurant nearby but we didn't use it.
Pros: Room was clean, wifi OK, Continental breakfast OK,
Cons: We had to hunt for hundreds of midges...
Enjoy your visit to Gairloch with a stay at Gairloch Highland Lodge. Guests will have free perks like WiFi and self parking.
Cons: It's was a struggle to get a table away from a draft...in an empty restaurant..... One lady seemed to resolve things.....but it was too little too late It's a tired place in a great location...
Pros: The staff at the Old Inn were very helpful and friendly , especially the lovely Polish girl from Zakopane. Food is very good , really enjoyed the venison and pheasant casserole .The bed was also very ...
Cons: The Inn looks a little tired and use some decoration . You can hear your neighbours ? some kind of sound proofing would help .
Pros: Great location.
Pros: The exterior
Cons: Very noisy room (Room 6); staff partying in car park and setting off car alarms. Food very ordinary; staff lacked warmth; expensive given quality of food, wine and drinks
Pros: Food excellent. Bed quite comfortable. Accommodating staff
Cons: Noisy floorboards. Heating not working. Poor lighting in bedroom
Pros: Lovely friendly atmosphere with cosy little seating and lounging areas. Beautiful gardens and bubbling stream make this a perfect location on the outskirts of Gairloch.
Pros: Location & comfort
Cons: Food quality had deteriorated since our last stay 2 years ago
Cons: small room for double
Pros: Staff were nice and helpful. Location good beside a river. Good meal in the restaurant. Nice pub atmosphere.
Cons: The room was quite small and the shower room very cramped.
Pros: Room was very large, with sofa bunk beds and 2 singles. Location was fabulous next to stream and in a quiet location sitting just off the road. On site bar with reasonably priced evening meals - ...
Cons: The only downside was the tight squeeze into and out of the shower as a bit close to the wc. No bath in bathroom. Didnt like we were only able to stay 1 night due to no other availability!!!!
Enjoy your visit to Gairloch with a stay at Old Inn. Guests can indulge in massages, then grab a bite to eat at one of the 3 restaurants. Other highlights include 2 bars/lounges, a bar/lounge, and a garden.
Cons: Rooms were dark and dated,Hotel requires refurbished
Pros: Location across from beach
Cons: Tv was about 8' and likely 20 years old. Only worked intermittly. Hotel was booked full and our rooom was given to someone else with same last name. Internet was spotty and barely useable only ...
Cons: The hotel needs a complete revamp.
Pros: Very little to be honest
Cons: The room - small, uncomfortable bed, terrible bathroom. All in need of a major refit - very disappointing.
Cons: The wifi was available in the lobby
Pros: The view
Cons: Decor, food, size of TV, TV only 3 channels available , depressing room. Taps broken, enamel on bath worn away, paintwork cracked, peeling wallpapers. This hotel is in serious need of a revamp. ...
Pros: Wonderful views. Fine food and drink
Pros: Well located, clean rooms with lots of space. The staff were friendly and helpful.
Cons: The wireless really was painfully slow. You also needed to set up an account with Sky's cloud services to be able to use it. Although the booking I made had 'dinner included', some ...
Pros: Views from Bedroom
Pros: Especially the location (just a road to cross before being on the beach) and the sea view from our 'de luxe' room. The size of our bedroom (kind of suite) and bathroom with shower and tub. ...
Cons: Wi-fi pretty unstable and uneasy to start (kind of commercial link and lots of info to fulfill in order to get the connection). The ground floor and all interiors are old fashioned. The window frames...
Nestled beside Gairloch Bay, The Gairloch Hotel overlooks several quiet, secluded beaches, as well as offering spectacular views of the world famous Isle of Skye. Surrounded by a landscape rich in wildlife with unspoilt shores, lochs and mountains, The Gairloch Hotel provides a perfect base for holiday makers to take in some of the most beautiful scenery to be found in Britain.With 70 bedrooms, as well as a restaurant and lounge bar, guests can enjoy a calendar of live entertainment on site, alongside all the tranquillity associated with the beautiful scenery of Wester Ross. Raasay, and the Western Isles.