Looking for a place to stay in Arisaig? Then look no further than Arisaig Hotel, a quaint hotel that brings the best of Arisaig to your doorstep.
Arisaig Hotel is a quaint hotel offering a flat screen TV in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a sun terrace. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Arisaig. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While visiting Arisaig, you may want to try some lobster at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Old Library Lodge And Restaurant.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out St Marys RC Church (0.3 mi), a popular attraction that is within walking distance of Arisaig Hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Arisaig Hotel as you experience everything Arisaig has to offer.
Welcoming staff with an adequate menu all freshly cooked. Large portions and good value, several areas to eat in, separate room for children with play area. wonderful setting across the road from the shore so good we visited twice.
Spent a couple of nights at the Arisaig Hotel. Great location within easy driving distance of the wonderful beaches of Morar & if you are a Local Hero fan... Camusdarach beach. The hotel is a popular place for people to drop in for a drink or meal. Highly recommend making a reservation for food. We eat both nights at the hotel, we’re big seafood fans and our meals of Mussels, Seafood Pie & Lobster were excellent. You couldn’t charge anything to your room, so all drinks & meals had to be paid separately. Our room was comfortable but being on the top floor the wi-fi was poor. Breakfast was good plenty of choice with table service. Overall a good place to stay if visiting Arisaig.
I stayed just one night. It right in the middle of the village and close to the shore. The staff were all very friendly and helpful. The building itself has a lot of charm. This hotel still offers a single room, so enquire if you are a single traveler like myself. I had my evening meal in the bar and had mushroom soup for a stater and a steak pie for my main. Both were very good. Several great walks nearby. I walked around the Strath of Arisaig after my evening meal on a lovely warm evening. Really nice place..
Sat outside on the terrace, bought lunch at a shed set-up outside, which was very popular - and for good reason. Locally caught crab, langoustine tails, mackerel pate, all sorts of seafood, fresh as a daisy. Not cheap but the quality is unquestionable. The shed even sells crusty fresh-baked artisan bread. Sadly let down by no soap in the gents toilet, which was a shame.
Just had the most disgusting take away fish and chips ever and they had the cheek to charge £10 for for it, it was supposed to be haddock but I have seen bigger gold fish and the chips were greasy and totally unappetising if they think they can pass this off as a meal they need to look at themselves and ask “would I be happy to pay £10 for this?”