The best meal we have had in a week of touring Scotland, quaint old world Scottish inn. Both Main course and Sweet was beautiful. Bar manager/owner couldn't be helpful enough.
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We stayed 3 nights bed & breakfast on a Groupon. The hotel has a superb setting on the banks of Loch Linnie and beside the Corran Ferry which you can watch plying back and forth across the straits. The area is wonderful in its rugged majesty. We visited Strontian, Ardnamurchan point, Glenfinnan, Fort William and Ben Nevis. We (including our... More
This is a wonderful, comfortable, family-run place with the friendliest service imaginable. A great mix of locals and (in season) tourists. Superb beer on tap. And fine pub food. During our year in Strontian, we particularly enjoyed the haggis and smoked salmon starters, and the haddock and chips and shrimp scampi, and also the cottage pie and sausages and mash.... More
The location of the hotel is amazing: after the ferry, you just arrive in this end-of-the-world place, with a very warm welcome. Hotel could be more comfy but the view from the bedroom is amazing. Food at the pub was good, with large portions, once again in a very kind atmosphere.
Stayed here last weekend and over our stay was very pleasant. Travelled up from Lancashire mindful the last ferry across was 21:10 otherwise you are faced with another 50 minute drive. The Corran Ferry takes you direct to the door, which is literally 20 metres from the door. Foot passengers are free ,cars are £8 each way. You can leave... More
just got back from this little gem arrived and welcomed by friendly receptionst who gave us our keys and hotel information. our room twany owl was very large and spotless. overlooking the main road and the ferry. the bathroom was large and the shower was very good. tea an coffee tray was replenished daily. room tidied each day the food... More
We enjoyed 3 nights in early January, The highlight being the great quality and presentation of the food. We tried different choices each night and all were great. The breakfast also was really very good and set you up for the day Luke really knows how to cook and he is ably supported by other family members and very friendly... More
Spent 3 nights here in Room 1 - Wild Goat with my mum from 12th to 15th January 2017. It was very quiet at this time of year but we really enjoyed it. The Inn is right opposite the ferry slipway which is the easiest way to reach the hotel (use the Corran Ferry £8.20 for car and passengers each... More
Just back froma superb New Year break at The inn at Ardgour. No frills, good rooms, well equiped and spotlessly clean. Well stocked bar and very reasonable prices. Good honest food, well prepared, presented and served. Staff were brilliant with nothing being any trouble to them. We will return and in the meantime I highly recommend the place. Thanks to... More
We stayed for a two might break over New Year and couldn't have asked for a better place than this for a relaxed and superbly located hotel. Having travelled up from Glasgow pn the A82 and passing through the beautiful area of Glencoe, The Inn at Ardgour is situated across the waters of Loch Linnhe, where the ferry service is... More
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