My wife and I stayed 3 nights bed & breakfast at Garragh Mhor in early July. The siting was magnificent, around 300 yards from the sea front. There was a small ferry making frequent trips to an island called Easdale. It only took about 3 minutes but this Island was once the most important slate mine. It supplied slate to cities around the world. This finished in the 1960,s but the miners cottages are still there and lived in. There is a nice restaraunt for snacks to main meals.
The bed & breakfast at Garragh Mhor was very good. On two of the mornings we had breakfast with visitors from Australia. The person running the B & B was a lovely lady who apart from suppling excellent breakfast was really warm and friendly. Its a long way to get there but really worth the effort