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The Galley of Lorne Inn is a 17th Century Drover's Inn and country retreat situated in the picturesque village of Ardfern which nestles among the hills beside Loch Craignish. This beautiful corner of Argyll has long been a favourite for yachtsmen, artists and those who appreciate...
All reviewsskye suitelounge barbeautiful locationdining roommusselscooked to perfectionloch craignishcouple of nightswell worth a visittwo night stayshort breaklovely viewseafoodhaggisstayed for one nightcooked breakfastandrew
Stayed here for one night - room was clean but ensuite bathroom needs updating.
Dinner in the restaurant was fine. Breakfast was ok but there was no fresh (not tinned) fruit.
Staff we saw were friendly but the place seems to lack management to run...More
What an absolute gem of a place overlooking Loch Craignish and near to the marina. Welcome, room, bar, ambiance, garden overlooking the loch, the restaurant what more could anyone want. It is superb. The only slight "if" is if you are overweight or tall the...More
Travelled with my son and stayed for one night. Small room, big bath. Everything very nice and clean. Nice location overlooking the Loch. Carataristic pub, friendly personnell. Food could be better, but was o.k. Can recommend it.
Stayed here in the past and as it had been given good reviews recently we thought we would revisit. Wish we had not bothered.
Arrived at 3.50 and advised eventually when girl dragged herself away from serving a rowdy bar, check in was not until...More
As the usual the 4-5 of us start our sailing cruise with a meal at the G of L tradition has it. The ale is as always up to the mark. We had booked a table so were sure that we could eat. The hotel...More
Yes, there's a wee store 200 yds down the road, but shut at 6pm when we were there.
As for ice, I'd get a whiskey and a glass of wine in the bar, ask for a half pint of ice and retire to your room.
Response from garyandalikaye | Reviewed this property |
Well you could ask, but Not really cricket Darling when they have a very nice wine list and exceptional choice of whiskies they would like to sell you. If you insist on drinking your own in holiday ( which you can enjoy... More
Well you could ask, but Not really cricket Darling when they have a very nice wine list and exceptional choice of whiskies they would like to sell you. If you insist on drinking your own in holiday ( which you can enjoy anytime at home of course), I would take your own glasses and forego the ice.
Enjoy your trip, it's beautiful there! Jealous.