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West Highland Hotel
A warm Highland welcome awaits you at the family run West Highland Hotel, which is situated in its own grounds overlooking the famous fishing village of Mallaig and the islands of Rum, Eigg and Skye.
The hotel has a range of standard, classic and superior rooms, as well a new king superior suite with its own private terrace which is the best room in the hotel. We can cater for anything from multi-room bookings to special occasions, please contact our Reception team directly to arrange your stay with the best rates. A biomass boiler has recently been installed in the hotel and this, together with other changes, is helping us on our way to reducing our carbon footprint.
Also new for 2016 is the Terrace Restaurant at the front of the hotel boasting panoramic views and an outdoor seating area complete with fire pit. Here you can sample good quality local produce such as fresh seafood and enjoy a drink whilst relaxing in the warm glow of the magnificent sunset over the islands. Our bar, open to non-residents as well, has over 200 whiskies and many Scottish gins.
Mallaig, a west coast fishing village, is the southern ferry terminal for the Isle of Skye and the Inner Hebrides of Eigg, Rum, Muck and Canna. It lies at the end of The Road to the Isles and is an ideal centre for touring the romantic and scenic West Highlands. To the north - the Rough Bounds of Knoydart. To the east - the splendour of Lochaber. To the south - the historic lands of the 1745 Rebellion. And to the west - the awe-inspiring Black Cuillins of Skye. This is a land for all seasons and where time occasionally stands still.
'Try the West for a little of the Best'
Bed and Breakfast tariff from £70 to £195.
Dinner is A La Carte and is served in our Terrace Restaurant which is open to non-residents.
Now Open All Year Round.
Sine & Gavin Davis
West Highland Hotel
Mallaig, PH41 4QZ, Scotland
Tel: 01687 46 22 10
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