We travelled up North for a photographic mini-break to visit Arisaig, Eilean Donan and Skye. We found Seaview Guest House by chance really and think we were so lucky as there was only one room available as it was just at the start of the season. Fiona was absolutely charming and the guest house was warm and welcoming and its staff were just so friendly and chatty. Our room was just lovely with lots of thoughtful little touches to make guests feel more comfortable, the Tunnock's teacakes were most appreciated with our tea and coffee in our room and our cooked breakfast was delicious too. Mallaig was a great base for visiting lots of other places and we were very lucky with the weather in March as it was bright and dry until our last day. Fiona also showed us round the self-catering rental cottage next door which was just gorgeous too and we will look forward to visiting again in the near future.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in 1847 this grand house is now a 6 bedroomed Guest House most with a view of Whitby Abbey and the little fishermans cottages cascading down to the Harbour. Your hosts Brian & Abby have restored this house, adding a bit of their pasion for "art deco". You will be assured of a comforable and stylish stay. Brian being a Swiss trained Chef puts on a breakfast to die for. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Seaview Guest House Mallaig, Scotland