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Recently fully refurbished to a very high standard, with interior design by Gilded interiors, Edinburgh. We offer 12 en-suite bedrooms, with Hypnos beds, wi-fi, flat screen tvs and most with fantastic harbour views. We have an extensive all day menu, including home made lunches, afternoon teas and fine dining all prepared to a high standard with fresh locally sourced produce wherever possible, seafood a speciality. We offer Scottish hospitality in the 21st Century and will endeavour to make your stay as enjoyable as possible and the first of many. Situated in the heart of the picturesque village harbour setting over looking Loch Fyne.
All reviews seabed restaurant seafood scallops petit fours harbour view high standard itison deal on arrival wet room bottle of wine first class both nights two night stay comfy bed staff were attentive cullen skink small hotel
We had a 1 night stay here on the way back from the Islands. Check in was fast and efficient and the room was clean modern and comfortable. Great shower and heating too. The room was small , to be expected in such an old...More
We had lunch at the Anchor today- 4 of us
We started with shared Oysters(12) and Langoustines and we then had the Seafood plate(2) and the seafood linguine(1) and the Scallops (1)
Each dish was delicious and the servings very generous
My wife, brother in...More
We turned up with a large group, having failed to explain to the restaurant that we were a single party of about 20.
After a couple of minutes of confusion the staff could not do enough to move furniture around to accommodate us at a...More
We stayed one night in the barge room of this hotel. Like the title it was almost perfect.
Positives:- room was nicely refurbished, staff were excellent the whole time, food dinner and breakfast I couldn’t fault at all, also great selection of drinks.
Don't usually post accommodation pictures, but this was such a surprise, I had to share on Facebook. Got bumped to the last ferry leaving the Isle of Islay for the day. Coming off on the mainland at 5:30 p.m. Certainly not planning to negotiate the...More
I'm unsure. We stayed there as my brother in law lives in the area and we were there as a large family group taking up several rooms. My mother and father in law did not have their dog with them and I know they take her when... More
I'm unsure. We stayed there as my brother in law lives in the area and we were there as a large family group taking up several rooms. My mother and father in law did not have their dog with them and I know they take her when they travel whenever possible. I'd double check with the hotel if you've not gone in your trip yet.