If you want a "few days" away from everything, then this is the place to head for. A well established hotel with good B and B rates ( £ 65/single) for a few days stay, excellent food with some economic specials for Dinner and a wide range of breakfast dishes to chose from.…
Warm friendly staff hotel is in need of a wee bit of an upgrade. Would I stay there again that’s a big yes bar area is nice plenty sitting area around a fire ,great views and probably the best breakfast I’ve had in years.
The hotel is located on a hill and has amazing views across the water to the islands. It is very welcoming, warm and comfortable. The dinner was exceptionally delicious we had salmon and pork dishes followed by super desserts. The service was efficient and friendly.
There is not a lot of choice in Mallaig if you are seeking a quality hotel. The West Highland comes close although note that they have a range of rooms where some are far better than others. I was here with a group of 8 and the service in the restaurant was far from ideal…
Took the Harry Potter train like all the other tourists, but on this chilly & wet October day the return standard rail service was out so we were let loose on mallaig. After checking all the joints out we stopped at this joint on a wee hill with views over the harbour and train…
"We opted for a superior room which is just a wee bit nicer and had an awesome view"
"Ask for sea front just for the view"
"Book at window table in the restaurant!"
"watch out for the female receptionist"
"Views from 3rd floor......but they are a fire risk."