If you’re looking for a romantic hotel in Arisaig, look no further than Cnoc-na-Faire.
Rooms at Cnoc-na-Faire offer a flat screen TV providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A lounge will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Cnoc-na-faire Hotel, free parking is available.
While in Arisaig, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Cnoc-na-Faire, including Crofter's Bar (0.9 mi), Old Library Lodge And Restaurant (1.0 mi), and Cafe Rhu (1.0 mi).
Looking for something to do in Arisaig? St Marys RC Church (0.7 mi) is a popular attraction that is within walking distance of Cnoc-na-faire Hotel.
The staff at Cnoc-na-Faire looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
David and Jenny have created a gem of a BnB. We stayed for 3 nights and enjoyed every second. The breakfast is especially worth the visit with pots of strong good coffee throughout with each request answered with an "of course you can". Nothing seems to be too much trouble.On arrival you're given instructions on how to behave Covid friendly in the Cnoc na Faire environment, with hand dispensers as you come in, in front of the breakfast room, and just before the stairs... Don't look at them, use them ,you're told. Loved it and the Back of Keppoch.
A fabulous venue, in a truly “Magical “ area regardless of the weather. Our hosts couldn’t be more welcoming. Having found this Bed & breakfast. Wouldn’t want to stay anywhere else when visiting this area. Thanks so much for the wonderful memories you have given us.
Beautiful little guest house at the Back of Keppoch, Arisaig with a flavour of the Highlands. David and Jenny are the hosts and nothing is too much trouble, from serving the most delicious breakfast (the smoked salmon and scrambled egg parcel is the best, mmmm!) to advising where is good to visit, eat and drink and local knowledge. Beautifully clean rooms, big comfy beds and decorated with the local tartan makes a very comfortable stay. Dog friendly too, they ask for a donation of £10 per dog per stay, and all of the money collected goes to the rescue dogs of Scotland charity. Look out for the mugs for your morning cuppa 😂 Well worth a visit!
We stayed here for two nights earlier this week and couldn’t fault the place at all. We received a warm welcome and our room was absolutely spotless. The views are amazing and the location is ideal for the beach. The cooked breakfast is just what you need to set you up for the day ahead. Will definitely be back.
We went as a family to Arisaig as part of a 4 night tour of the Highlands. It is a gorgeous place right on the edge of the west coast of Scotland with stunning scenery around. The host David was really pleasant and we benefitted from his local knowledge which helped us to get a last minute place on the ferry to Skye (tip: BOOK a ferry to Skye early if you want to go there. You do NOT need to know your car registration number in advance if you are planning to hire one!). The property had a well stocked non-alcoholic honesty bar and breakfast was really excellent with lots of choice available. I had a lovely smoked salmon and egg roll, for example! The room was very nice though not huge; the bed extremely comfortable.