every part of our stay was a great pleasure lovely bedroom and en-suite really clean; First class full breakfast also good choice menu .The whole place shines and choice of décor is excellent .The scenery around is wonderful .Would be hard to find better
Rooms are simple and very clean, not fancy but quite comfortable. John and Cherry are sweet and kind and very jolly. Cherry's recommendations for what to do in the area led us on a gorgeous hike in a forest near a lovely stream with waterfalls and then to some actual standing stones. It was a perfect day. Their breakfasts are filing and delicious. Jasper the dog is such a sweet heart, though and a bit deaf. The pea hens are a delightful little surprise.
I booked to stay 2 nights upon arrival we walked down the back steps to see a quagmire with old toys deflated football etc .We went to the back door and saw the curtains which looked as if they hadn't been changed since the Jacobite rebellion. .A note said we had to check in at the front. Going round to the front we noticed that the exterior needed a good paint as paint was peeling on the exterior. We decided to at least see what are rooms were like and the lady took us down a dingy corridor to be confronted by a room consisting of 3 single beds and a hand basin My wife looked into the en-suite which was so tiny and told the lady who I must say was very friendly, we would not be staying as it was not up to our standards I feel the photograph was taken several years ago and…
Excellent location, our room was perfect the breakfast were excellent,had a meal in one night which was really good and plenty of choices in malt whisky. Well run by a lovely couple,thanks for making us so welcome
Very Welcoming hosts who offered an excellent breakfast. Beautiful area, natural area, local peacocks came to visit while we were there. Hosts were very helpful in negotiating the best way to spend a day on Mull without having to pay high parking fees in town.