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The Galley of Lorne Inn is a 17th Century Drover's Inn and country retreat situated in the picturesque village of Ardfern which nestles among the hills beside Loch Craignish. This beautiful corner of Argyll has long been a favourite for yachtsmen, artists and those who appreciate beauty, wildness plus the good things in life.
All reviews skye suite dining room beautiful location both nights scallops cooked to perfection well worth a visit west coast of scotland couple of nights loch craignish large bathroom two night stay short break comfortable rooms lovely view stayed for one night seafood
Check in time is 4pm , and so note that in the winter , that means it opens at 4pm. Excellent welcome and introduction. Room was clean , freshly decorated , and it had a new modern bathroom. Room heating was great and the wifi...More
We have a weekend stay with the family over two nights. The location is idyllic, the rooms are very comfortable and good value for money for a small Inn. We eat in the restaurant both nights and the food is varied and of high quality-especially...More
Absolutely beautiful location on the Loch. So quiet and peaceful and a lovely village. Accommodation was so good we extended our stay for an extra day. Bar great fun with interesting conversation with the locals. Food ok, better than pub food. Breakfast ample. Best value...More
Stayed here on 26/11/18 and 27/11/18 on a groupon deal with the upgrade to the Skye Room. The view from the window of the room up Loch Craignish was amazing and we were lucky enough to see a sea eagle and an otter. The room...More
Excellent overnight stay. Inn has bags of character, pleasant and efficient staff. Great breakfast with lots of choice. Food overall excellent. Rooms were lovely, view could be seen from the window. Situated centrally for Oban, Kilmartin and Lochgilphead. All set in beautiful surroundings. Cafe and...More
Yes, there's a wee store 200 yds down the road, but shut at 6pm when we were there.
As for ice, I'd get a whiskey and a glass of wine in the bar, ask for a half pint of ice and retire to your room.
Response from garyandalikaye | Reviewed this property |
Well you could ask, but Not really cricket Darling when they have a very nice wine list and exceptional choice of whiskies they would like to sell you. If you insist on drinking your own in holiday ( which you can enjoy... More
Well you could ask, but Not really cricket Darling when they have a very nice wine list and exceptional choice of whiskies they would like to sell you. If you insist on drinking your own in holiday ( which you can enjoy anytime at home of course), I would take your own glasses and forego the ice.
Enjoy your trip, it's beautiful there! Jealous.