Stayed here for one night as part of a short tour with my Mum and Dad of Arran and Argyll. We paid £121 for the double room and £78 for the single (B&B). I consider this to be quite expensive, even for August on Arran, and feel £100 and £60 would be closer to the mark. But the hotel was very nice. The rooms were small but very beautifully done out. The tea and coffee facilities in the room were generously supplied, which is rare nowadays. The breakfast was excellent, with good fresh food and generous portions. We also had dinner in the restaurant, which was generally a good experience: the burgers were top quality and huge, but my Dad's fish (and chips) was a bit small and - in an irritating nod to fashion - wrapped in newspaper.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This charming, ancient island inn is now an award-winning boutique hotel. Nestled in the charming village of Lamlash the hotel boasts one of the most beautiful locations on the Isle of Arran; looking across Lamlash Bay toward the Holy Isle which rises 1,000 feet out of the sea. The Glenisle was honoured at the 2011 Scottish Hotel Awards, scooping up a Gold Medal for hospitality as well as the prestigious Rising Star Small Hotel award. Once you have experienced Arran from the comfort of the Glenisle Hotel you might find yourself, like so many others, coming back year after year for a regular break which both relaxes and revitalises. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Glenisle Hotel Lamlash, Isle Of Arran