- west coast hotels.
West coast is a big place…
…3 chimneys or Kinloch Lodge on Skye
…Inverlochy castle nr Ft William
All Michelin Star so might be “fairly special”
At a more sensible price I’ve had a couple of really nice meals in the Ballachulish Hotel.
Does it need to be particularly close to good biking?Posted 4 years agohebrideanMember
Stonefield Castle, near Tarbert, Argyll – amazing veiws across Loch Fyne from the dining roomPosted 4 years ago
Bridgend Hotel, Islay
Port Charlotte Hotel, Islay
Kilberry Inn, near Tarbert
Pier House, Appin
Inverlochy Castle is certainly very special (expensive)
The Moorings, Banavie (on Caledonian Canal)andybachMember
I ate in the Kylesku hotel – north of Ullapool last week – food was tremendous 🙂Posted 4 years agopeterfileMember
Arisaig, Applecross and Kinloch Lodge will get you in her good books, but none are cheap (although Applecross Inn is reasonable)
There’s a lovely wee b&b in Shieldaig which my friends bailed to a couple of weeks ago after the midges became too much for them, it’s got a good restaurant attached to it too, we ate there with them for a couple of nights. Has the advantage of being in Shieldaig, which has to be one of the most beautiful parts of the country (infinitely more interesting than Applecross if you are there for a few days)
This is the hotel : nowt fancy mind you
The pub/restaurant is the Shieldaig Costal Bar and Kitchen, which is attached to the hotelPosted 4 years ago
well the forecast for the west was utter carp for the weekend so glad i didnt book owt in advance.
We ended up enjoying the souless but lovely none the less cardrona macdonald.
a lovely weekend was has by all …. and we rode inners – over the SUW to selkirk via three brethern and back up over the minch moor road and continued round inners + gypsys glen – and saw 1 single rider the whole day on the SUW of all places.Posted 4 years ago
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