Great hotel in a beautiful spot. The room was immaculate with stunning views. It was easy to find and had great facilities.
The only downside was that the king sized bed was just two doubles pushed together. Otherwise it's an excellent hotel.
We stayed for 2 nights as part of a one week west coast tour. It's a small hotel in the most idyllic location on the water front of Loch Linnhe. There is not much to the village of Port Appin (good news for us) - but you don't want much when you have nature like Loch Linnhe all around. You step out of the front of the hotel, across the beachhead car park and you are on the beach. OK it's a stony beach but what a lovely location. There's a small pier in front of the hotel where a little ferry runs (15 minute trip) to the nearby Lismore Island. We had a delightful family room with double and single (proper single bed not a 'put-you-up') with en suite. The hotel seems to have been refurbished quite recently with good taste . Dinners were top class with seafood dominating - mostly locally caught or reared including off the end of 'their' pier. And the view across Loch Linnhe through the dining room panoramic windows was a joy. Cooked breakfast was one of the best ever. Service was as good as you could hope for - including desk fans in the room due to the 'unseasonally warm weather' - nice touch. We will be goimg back.
MS from Berkshire
Situated in the quiet village of Port Appin, Argyll, on the shores of Loch Linnhe and surrounded by the spectacular raw …More
What a fantastic couple run this B&B. The thought and detail put in to make our room (2) special was exceptional. We even had a small settee in our room which overlooked Loch Linnie and the views were magnificent. We did not even draw the curtains because the reflections were constantly changing. Early morning I was watching the reflections again and was fortunate to observe an otter in the Loch. Eventually it came out of the water and posed for photographs.
The establishment had a drying room for walkers. They told us where to eat in Mallaig and where to park in Fort William for the Jacobite steam train.
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