Arisaig is a very quiet seaside village, at least when we visited in early April. Lovely walks especially the 5 miles along the peninsula along the south side of the village out to beautiful sandy beaches on the Sound of Arisaig, with glorious views to Eigg, Rhum and Skye.…
This is a late review, we stayed one night here whilst on a wee tour. Very warm welcome on arrival. The room was good size and clean. The food was stunning. Great views outside . Would recommend and stay again
We love Arisaig and have stayed at the Old Library a few times over the years. On this occasion it was over a less than pleasant October weekend and the village was very quiet, with a real end of season feel. The Old Library itself was also quiet. Our room (one of the four at…
The second visit to this excellent hotel, located in a quiet but accessible position for the ferry to Skye. Room was spacious, with access to visitors lounge. Good service with excellent evening meal and breakfast.
Never been to the West coast of Scotland before, WHY? it's stunning. The beaches are the same as the Caribbean, white, soft smooth sand. Stunning views across to Eigg, Rum and Skye and beautiful blue/green sea. We were lucky with the weather considering late September but…
"I've rated the hotel as excellent because that's the only choice. We didn't stay there - only ate."
"Rooms on the front for the view."
"Get a bed with no ends on it."
"Not above the restaurant if you can"
"Poor wifi in our room at the back - we found that the wifi was poor generally in the whole area though"