I had a large sparsely furnished bedroom with a comfortable bed with fantastic views of the Clachan Bridge. The entire B&B was spotlessly clean. The en suite shower room had a slightly dated shower but this had plenty of hot water and a reasonable water pressure and was easily controllable. The pub next door is only 100 yards away for dinner but booking is highly recommended as the pub is popular. There is a large guest lounge with a big TV should you want it. Highly recommended but NB/ they take cash or cheques only.
We were lucky enought to be recommended this B and B by Jean at the pub next door, TIgh an Truish, after stopping for a drink one sunny afternoon. Jean rang Irene for us and booked us in. We took our drinks and sat overlooking the bridge watching sea otters playing in the sea before going to the B and B. When we walked in Irene was so welcoming and the house just felt so calm and restful we both immediately knew we were somewhere special. Our room was very tranquil and relaxing and overlooked the bridge with lovely views down to the sea. Visitors have their own dining and sitting room and there is free wifi. Our meal at the pub next door was excellent that night, scallops cooked to perfection. We stayed 2 nights in the end, and very regretfully left on day 3. Our breakfasts were cooked to perfection each morning by Irene who is just a lovely hostess. We saw many herons along the shoreline and 3 deer nibbling at the seaweed on the rocks opposite. It is such a beautiful location and the best B and B we've ever stayed at so we can't wait to return next summer.
We so wanted to stay here, opposite to where we got engaged on the Bridge last May 13. Chosen as our final night on our tour, it was really special.
The room was excellent and the view across the bridge is amazing
Breakfast was excellent, truly yummy.
Irene was very helpful and nothing again was too much trouble.
We loved our meal next door at the PUB ( last orders 8.30pm sharp!)
Innish is adjacent to Atlantic Bridge, amazing location.
Seil Island is steeped in history and is worth exploring. Get over to the other Island too.
Thank you for making our stay special.
Colin & Ev
Stayed for two nights and wished we could have stayed longer.
The room was excellent: the comfortable bed being very welcome as was the view across the valley.
Unusually, there was also the option of using a lounge with TV (and a fireplace for winter evenings so off peak stays should be seriously considered).
Breakfast was excellent, one of the best we've experienced.
Irene was delightful and nothing was too much trouble.
Innish is adjacent to Atlantic Bridge with its tidal channel under so the scene is constantly changing. Seil Island is steeped in history and is worth exploring.
Highly recommended for a quiet break.