Coronavirus Information 15-05-20
Due to the current travel restrictions we are currently closed until 1st July 2020. We are situated in a small vulnerable village and believe that it is in the best interest of our community that people only visit for essential travel. We are contacting everyone who has a reservation with us up to 30th June and not taking any new bookings for July or August. We will update this information as and when things change. The most up to date information is available on our Facebook page. We are also offering you the chance to purchase gift vouchers for use against a stay in the future. We have also opened up reservations for Spring and Summer 2021 to enable you to rebook your trip. Thank you all for your support during this time.
Helen & Mark
There are 10 hotel rooms on the first floor, these all have en suite bathrooms (with baths – which will be a welcome relief for those of you walking the West Highland Way!) televisions, hairdryers and tea and coffee making facilities. Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel.
We have a couple of options for dining at the hotel. The Purple Stag Italian Restaurant and The Bothy Bar is our more casual food offering focusing on our amazing burgers.
CABINS & CAMPING
The cabins and campsite are situated immediately to the rear of the hotel on level grassy lawns. All cabin and camping guests have the use of the facilities which include: toilets, showers, token operated laundry facilities, potwash and drying room. There are no cooking facilities on the campsite.
Guests have easy access to The Bothy Bar and Purple Stag Restaurant for meals and drinks and at check-in guests can order breakfast and packed lunches for the next day.
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The West Highland Way
The West Highland Way stretches 96 miles (154 Km) from Milngavie to Fort William, taking in a huge variety of scenery along the way, from countryside parks to loch-shores and open moorlands to steep