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Nice hotel in perfect location. Rooms were very small but comfortable, good shower and plenty hot water. Would be happy to stay here again on short visit but not for a week or more due to lack of space. Girls at reception were friendly and helpful. No draught beer/lager in the bar, so a bit of a ...
The Ranald Hotel£75The Ranald Hotel£75
I had a three night stay in this lovely cosy guest house and really enjoyed my first ever holiday without family here. Would highly recommend staying here to anyone. Within walking distance to the McCaigs tower with fantastic views over Oban. The staff was lovely and very welcoming and served a delicious ...
Welcoming staff. Comfortable room. Missing the finer details - Bedside lamps and small lights not working. Nice breakfast however the waiter hovered around the table throughout breakfast making it feel awkward
Kyle Hotel£75Kyle Hotel£75
The food was amazing! Best breakfast of our entire trip! Lovely room and very quiet. Highly recommend.
Gleann an Ronnaich Bed and Breakfast£75Gleann an Ronnaich Bed and Breakfast£75
Perfect Inn for our road trip to the Isle. Outside of a busy area, but not too far away tonget the ferry. Staff was friendly. The food was excellent. We stayed two nights. It was me and my two teens. WIFI spotty, which the teens didn’t love.
Lochailort Inn£79Lochailort Inn£79
A visit to Scotland would not be complete without a trip through the Hebrides - each island has its own fascinating history and unique culture. Though they are different in many ways, all the Hebridean islands boast scenic landscapes, delicious seafood restaurants and a range of quaint hotels, B&Bs, guesthouses, and pubs.
While it would be nearly impossible to see all of the Inner Hebrides in one trip, you can combine one or two islands; like the Isle of Skye, with its dramatic mountains and lochs, the Isle of Mull, with its rich history of castles, or the Isle of Tiree, best known for its world-class windsurfing.
While touring the Inner Hebrides visitors will discover a range of important historical, cultural, and natural wonders, including the Old Man of Storr in the mountains of Skye. Why not visit one of the many distilleries on the Isle of Islay, such as Laphroaig and Lagavulin, and Iona Abbey on the Isle of Iona – the latter is considered the birthplace of Christianity in Scotland.
No matter what isle you happen to be staying on in the Inner Hebrides, one of the region’s three star hotels will provide you with an enjoyable and comfortable stay throughout your visit. To reserve your hotel room and plan your itinerary, use the Expedia search tool.