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Fishing, cycling, walking or just touring, all are welcome at mainland Britain's most remote hotel. Leave the stresses and strains of modern life behind and share Sutherland's wide open spaces, clear skies, lochs and rivers with the golden eagle, red deer, wild salmon and trout
Went here last week with my brother and uncle. We stayed here for one night.
What a wonderful place this is.
Stunningly beautiful surroundings and a nice walking path in the middle of absolutely nowhere.
Adrian and Eve are very nice people who attach great...More
Response from Adrian A, Owner at Garvault HouseResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you Sam, We also enjoyed your company and it was a very sociable evening we had together. We hope to see you all again and good luck with your uncle's horses.
What a truly wonderful place this is! In the middle of absolutely nowhere.
The first thing I noticed in particular was that the cherry tree just near the door was teeming with cheerful, chirruping little birds. Mostly siskins and several chaffinches from what I could...More
Response from Adrian A, Owner at Garvault HouseResponded 4 June 2018
Thank you for your kind review. Eva and I are very pleased you enjoyed your stay; and we enjoyed your company too. The siskin are still here but now there is no need for the log fires as it's warm enough to swim in the...More
Really special place. We phoned to check they could do lunch on a quiet wet Sunday. A very warm friendly welcome. Simple but quality Scottish/Austrian food shared with the owner Adrian, and his partner Eva. A pot of tea whilst reading in the cosy library,...More
Thank Michael F
Response from Adrian A, Owner at Garvault HouseResponded 15 May 2018
We enjoyed your company too, Michael and look forward to welcoming you for a longer stay. If the weather's good, we have plenty of other hills to climb nearby and, if not, there is always the library and a pot of tea.
We stopped there today as we explored through the great Scottish interior. Eva and Betty gave us a warm welcome and fed us wonderful soup, then excellent cake, then lovely coffee. And they kept us entertained with the tales of refurbishing a small remote Scottish...More
Good food, interesting and lots of flavour. Comfortable, homely atmosphere, with beautifully clean and comfortable bedrooms. Lovely views, with lots of wildlife, deer strolling around, birds darting everywhere. Far from anything and very peaceful.
Response from cullings1 | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is. From what I heard from a couple of English guys who come there every year the fishing in the loch is quite good. I'm more of a stream fisher, and that is VERY lacking, unless the owners are honest with you... More
Yes there is. From what I heard from a couple of English guys who come there every year the fishing in the loch is quite good. I'm more of a stream fisher, and that is VERY lacking, unless the owners are honest with you and keep their word on the availability of the one small stream that runs between the lochs. They were not honest with me and so despite extensive consult there was no stream to fish when I got there. The main river is private and very expensive, to the tune of $10K quid for a week with the need to book years in advance.
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"All the views are great. There are two big hills you can walk up direct from the hotel. Evening meals..."