Set in a stunning location at the western end of the Crinan canal, this eccentrically wonderful hotel is just amazing. It manages to be cosy, comfortable (rooms and public areas) and to serve up a mouth watering menu of sea and not sea foods, both in the restaurant and in the bar. The staff are friendly, helpful, very experienced and did everything they could to make our stay special. They succeeded!
It is just so refreshing to go and stay somewhere that is that bit different (in a good way) from everywhere else. If you get the chance, go for it - you won't be disappointed!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- At the Crinan Hotel the langoustines are landed daily 20 metres from the hotel kitchen in time for lunch and dinner,watch your lobsters coming in and choose your special one .The Famous Seafood Bar is open for Lunches and dinners,al la carte menu booking not essential. Westward Restaurant with amazing views and set menu ,lots of good Scottish beef and lamb ,and exciting veggie options.This is family owned and run and the gallery on the rooftop has fine art by some of Scotlands best artists and the rooms are dedicated to different artists showing their work,boat trips to the Islands can be arranged.Original art by Frances macdonald can be purchased and Ross Ryan[the owner and son] Artistic,ambient and authentic ,a unique place to stay. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Crinan Hotel Scotland