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A traditional Scottish hotel... slightly dated interior but that has its own charm..unpretentious and relaxed. good bar food and they allowed us to bring our lab puppy to stay in the room (in our crate) and to our meal in the bar.
We had a lovely stay at Arisaig Hotel. We were a little worried as some of the reviews we read had not been very kind but we found everything almost perfect. Large clean comfortable bedroom delicious breakfast (ate too much) and an evening meal in...More
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Nice view although sea is partially hidden by trees. Minuscule village, not very busy but cute. Hotel is shabby though, carpet smell and needs cleaning, beds sink, it s common in the Highlands but this is the worst one. Bathroom vent in one room made...More
My adult son and I visit Scotland for most of a week each year. In 2016 we stayed at Arisaig Hotel. We liked it so much that we came again in 2017, the first time we have stayed at a place we have been before....More
Food service was utterly terrible, The three of us waited 40 minutes for our starters to come out. The food was good but not good enough to be waiting that long. We also could overhear a chef cursing and what can only be described as...More