We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
My teenage daughter and I stayed here in May 2015 for two nights. Morag was an exceptional host providing great directions to the place and answering every question we could possibly have, even offering to let me use her business wifi account if the one...More
We thought this would be great. A former mill with interesting decor. Well the decor turned out to be extremely cluttered, and the charming canopy bed creaked like crazy with even the slightest movement. Our bathroom was fine, but the other couple had a minuscule...More
When you enter the Mill of Eyrland you really do feel that you have stepped back in time. If you are looking for modern accommodation this is not it, but if you enjoy a wonderful old building with heaps of character and an eclectic assortment...More
The Mill of Eyrland is the most glorious building in a beautiful setting. It has been lovingly restored by Morag, who is a wonderful host. Breakfast is immense and served by the lovely Graham and the rooms are beautifully decorated. We stayed for 3 nights...More
A lovely historic mill with lots of original features. A warm and friendly place to stay with a great breakfast and peaceful surroundings. We stayed for 3 nights in June with a toddler and really enjoyed it. It is very homely feeling with lots of...More
You need to contact the owner of the B&B. I was a guest. There is info on her website as to how you can contact her. When I booked last winter during the off-season, it took her a few days to respond to email. Or you... More
You need to contact the owner of the B&B. I was a guest. There is info on her website as to how you can contact her. When I booked last winter during the off-season, it took her a few days to respond to email. Or you could call her at (country code 44) then 1856 850136 Morag works her other job until 5 PM or so, so calling in the evenings may be best.