The hotel is nestled among the natural beauty of the kyles of bute. As soon as we arrived we found the stove roaring away in the bar and we were welcomed by a lovely girl who showed us up to our very cosy room. The rooms are impressively well equipped and had a delightfully comfy bed in which I had the best nights sleep of our little trip up the west coast. We dined in the restaurant on both of our nights, where we had a fab meal on both occasions. My favorite was definitely the huge stake which was cooked to perfection and my girlfriend loved the rather large scallops and langoudtines. The area around the hotel is perfect for a quiet wekekend away from the city. My girlfriend an avid art enthusiast was amazed to find the intriguing sculpture park located just up the road which is a must see, especially their collection of work by Helen Denerley. We were lucky enough to smple the west coast during a dry spell which allowed us to make full use of the bikes we had taken. The road through the village is perfect for cycling and quiet enough to allow you to take on the full beauty of the area. The favourite part of my days there were the evenings. On both nights we walked along the beach to take in the ever changing colours of the sun set. With regards to the breakfast I was very happy to find a real traditional Scottish breakfast full of all the goodies you could ever want. We had such a good time that I booked a couple of rooms to take my girlfriends parents up in early December. I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking to discover their new favorite hideaway.
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