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Very friendly hotel with high standards of service. Large comfortable and spotless rooms with exceptional views. Pleasant bar area adjacent to restaurant. Views over the sea loch from the bay window in the restaurant are exceptional, binoculars provided for otter spotting. Breakfasts are very good...More
This hotel is relatively isolated, so the hotel is the only option for meals. It is advisable to book dinner when making your booking. We stayed two nights and had 2 beautifully cooked dinners, with breakfasts cooked to order and were equally as good. The...More
We stayed here for two nights last month. Hotel is situated about 20 miles from the Craignure ferry terminal. It is in an isolated location with very few other houses around. Our room was comfortable with a good view over the loch .However it did...More
We enjoyed our stay at Pennyghael. Our room was comfortable with a nice view of the garden and birds. Their restaurant was the highlight. Definitely have a quiet and intimate dinner there. The breakfasts were also delicious. Take a walk along the beach. Gorgeous views...More
Lovely setting. Our room was very spacious and comfortable with a superb shower and generous towels. The menu was comprehensive and food was superb, especially the venison steaks! Service was excellent and the atmosphere was relaxed and friendly. We would return in a heartbeat. Tony,...More
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US$138 - US$141 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Could this Hotel maybe previously known as Kinloch Hotel where Frankie Bennett was the owner back in 1970s or do you know anything about the Kinloch Hotel today? We are doing some research looking for Frank. Thanks in advance!
14 February 2017|
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Response from Anthony S | Property representative |
This is not the Kinloch Hotel. In to 70's the Pennyghael Hotel would have been known as the Clansman. The Kinloch Hotel is in Pennyghael but not trading, you should be able to find some info online.