I am reluctant to give away the secret of Grant's, as I would like to keep this gem for myself. But as others have said - go there!
From a warm welcome on arrival to a beautiful card thanking me for staying there, everything was ideal. The rooms are lovely, with swell amenities that made it special, such as Fairtrade coffee and tea and proper glasses from which to drink my Highland Spring water.
The setting is lovely, and the peace and quiet add much to the charm of the place. When the tide is out (Loch Duich is a marine loch) you can walk along the pebble beach and consier the Five Sisters of Kintail or look west towards Skye. In the mornings you can watch the creel fisherman, knowing that Tony will likely have something from those creels on the dinner menu that night.
The food was exquisite. Porridge-dislikers will change their minds after a bowl of Tony's best, with local honey and local fruit, depending on what's in season. Breakfast bread rolls - mmmm.
Peace and quiet, a beautiful location, and the option to drive to Glenelg for the wee ferry to Skye made my stay there more than I'd imagined it would be. I cannot wait to return!!
- Also Known As:
- Grants At Craigellachie Ratagan, Scotland