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Gigha Hotel
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All reviewshalibutlovely islandself cateringshort breakstaff were friendly and efficientnight breakdinner menubed was comfortablevery pleasant staylovely foodlovely hotelworth a visitferry terminalferry servicesmall islandachamore gardensfull scottish
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Reviewed 10 October 2011

We turned up at Gigha on a whim. At the Hotel the staff could not have been more welcoming, friendly or helpful. It truly was a delight to be in an establishment where it was obvious that (unlike many Scottish small hotels) your custom was appreciated. Great lunch, lovely evening meal and a breakfast that even I struggled to finish. What more can I say.... we will be back and Fudge will come too! He's the dog who was also made most welcome.

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank FudgetheChocLab
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Reviewed 8 October 2011

Gigha is a secluded island retreat in Scotland less than 30 minutes ferry journey from the mainland.
Its silver coral sand gives the beaches a tropical quality as a blanket of peace lands on you melting away all the frosty dark cares of the outside world. Subtropical plants are dotted around the island with a formal garden at Achamore.
It still has a quality of being unspoiled and could fool you into believing that you have been transported back in time away from the maddening world of today.
There are a number of self catering properties on Gigha, but the hotel has three very new abodes called The Steadings.
We stayed in The Byre. Sleeps six. It is minimalist in its design and offers every standard convenience and a low maintenance interior.
The road to The Steadings is not tarmacked but this gives a hightend sense of having trully escaped from the motorway of life. There is a fork in the road to The Steadings, if you walk down it and then across a couple of hills to the right you find yourself looking down on a very secluded white sandy cove. It takes about 8 - 10 minutes from where we were staying. A great place to enjoy a relaxing sunny afternoon.
A golden eagle gave The Steadings a fly past on at least four occasions.
The staff at the hotel were very helpful, welcoming and friendly. They did everything to to ensure a comfortable enjoyable stay, including a welcome hamper when we arrived.
On our last full day, a helicopter landed at the hotel, its occupant stopping for lunch.
We were blessed with beautiful weather every day.
A beautiful escape, that I look forward to repeating.
Their website; http://www.gighaselfcatering.co.uk/steadings.asp

Room Tip: The Byre sleeps six, the Barn sleeps four and the stable sleeps two [with a jacuzzi].
  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with family
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Thank GordonMcGinn
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Reviewed 1 October 2011

I was walking the 'kintyre way' and took a day off to visit Ghiga. This was the first accommodation I found on the island and luckily they had a spare room. Lovely clean room, well equipped, very friendly staff who allowed a weary hiker to check in early to allow me to dry my clothes and to get a hot shower. Dinner was nice but I feel was overpriced. The bar area is very traditional and you get to meet plenty of locals. Everyone is very friendly and I would happily stay here again.

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled solo
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Thank ZedAbdn
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Reviewed 29 September 2011

The Gigha Hotel has self catering accomodation about a mile from the hotel, we stayed in the Stable which is a lovely little bolthole v luxurious with a jacuzzi bath and v tastefully decorated.

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank poppygrundy
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Reviewed 12 September 2011

Stayed in the hotel with my brother. Had three day window off work, and initially planned a climbing expedition to Skye. Due to ghastly weather forecast saw that Gigha appeared to be only good spot within reach. We were not disappointed, great weather, and treated ourselves to a proper roof over our heads. Hotel is as described by previous postitive reviews. Clean, friendly, great value, excellent food for two hungry blokes, and the best tasting (and priced) pint I've had in a long time. Not quite the wife's usual choice (no hot tub, or leisure club!!) but excellent for a last minute "Man-cation" Small island so limited to wandering, swimming, visiting Garden's etc. All fine by me!

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with family
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Thank Prolugless
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