It has been a few years since we last visited Gigha, and I was worried that time had rosied the memories of our trip. But Gigha came through for us - two days of blissful blue skies and spring flowers, white sandy beaches and seafood. The hotel is perfectly comfortable and hospitable. If I had to criticise at all it would be perhaps that the butter is in those ever present little foil wrappers and the breakfast yoghurt was mass produced anonymous stuff (as was the jam) Any chance of local produce? But it is a tiny niggle, and should not in any way detract from the total experience which was very close to heavenly...
- Also Known As:
- Gigha Hotel Isle Of Gigha, Scotland
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Small friendly hotel on small, quiet Scottish island 3 miles off the west coast on the Kintyre peninsula. 20 minute crossing from mainland on regular Calmac ferry. Locally sourced produce used in our kitchen, also local products sold within the hotel. ... more less