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Glenfinnan House Hotel stands around the bay from the tall Bonnie Prince Charlie monument on Loch Shiel, its lawn rolls down to the beach. The famous Glenfinnan viaduct railway bridge, used in several Harry Potter films, is a 10-minute walk away.
Today Manja and Duncan Gibson are extremely hospitable hosts - who will welcome you into the delightful Hall, log fire blazing. Attractive public rooms include a Drawing Room and a cheery Bar where traditional music is often played. As soon as you arrive at Glenfinnan House every effort is made to ensure your wellbeing.
Privately owned and managed small hotel set amidst stunning West Highland scenery. Comfortable en-suite bedrooms, all located on the first floor. Spacious lounge bar serving light lunches, tea and coffee, evening bar meals from an extensive blackboard menu. Award winning fine dining restaurant with 2 AA Rosettes open for dinner only (seasonal). Located close to the National Trust for Scotland visitor centre and monument. Local scenery such as the Glenfinnan viaduct and Loch Shiel has been used extensively in the Harry Potter, Highlander and Braveheart films.
The Old Library is a 200 year old stone built stable that has been converted into a cheerful and welcoming Restaurant With Rooms. We are a cosy, small hotel in Arisaig with a good restaurant..We are situated on the waterfront in the picturesque Highland village of Arisaig, six miles from where Local Hero was filmed, and is surrounded by the beautiful scenery of the famous Road To The Isles.
The Lochailort Inn is a privately owned, small hotel & bar set amidst the stunning scenery of the West Coast of Scotland. Clean, comfortable accommodation, locally sourced, freshly made cuisine and friendly staff will ensure that you have a most relaxing stay..Known to be open in the 1870s (and almost certainly much earlier as a drovers.inn), the Lochailort Inn was rebuilt in the 1990s and refurbished in 2011.
The Arisaig Hotel sits on the edge of the sheltered Loch nan Ceall, in the small village of Arisaig, on the west coast of the Scottish Highlands. The Hotel is an old coaching inn, built in around 1720.It has 13 rooms, all en suite, most of which offer sea views overlooking Arisaig Bay and out towards the distinctive shapes of the Small Isles of Eigg and Rum.Arisaig has a certain magnetic charm.a real lived-in village with a friendly feel.