Stopped overnight and had dinner and breakfast. Very tasty food and excellent friendly service on both occasions. Bonus watching the sunset over the loch.
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My wife and I spent a night there on Tuesday 11 April 2017, loved the hotel, very quaint and the decor fits the location and history of the building, the food is very good, our dinner was outstanding and I would ( have!) recomend the...More
We went for lunch yesterday and was pleasantly surprised to see plenty of gluten free options especially cod and chips which my wife chose and really enjoyed as it's not often she gets the chance for GF batter, I had their bacon cheese burger and...More
Went to the Shiel for dinner as we had a cottage booked near to it, Food was very good if a little slow (50 minutes) but the restaurant area is a bit basic, they could do with moving the tables into the bar area where...More
Only called in for drinks but unfortunately no Real Ale was available so I resorted to Guinness. Service was friendly enough and dog Lucy was welcomed but I did not consider this to be a particularly enjoyable experience
Located at the end of the path to the jetty on Loch Shiel, the restaurant is split between the bar and a sun lounge and a dining room. We had lunch in the bar and it was generous portions, very good value and good, friendly...More
We went here for dinner a couple of weeks back as were staying nearby. The food was lovely, had a trio of smoked meat to start, the smoked duck was the best.My other half had scallops which were great too. For mains he had crab...More
Called for a meal twice whilst on holiday. Good menu and food, nice cosy restaurant with views over the garden. Staff friendly and welcoming.
My husband and I dropped in to this hotel for a coffee one Sunday morning in August. We were told in no uncertain terms that we were not welcome and that, as it was the Sabbath, we should have been in church. We could only...More