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Arrived at Ardhasaig House after our ferry had been diverted from Tarbert to Stormoway, due to a vessel , which had run aground. We had to drive for an hour through torrential rain so were pleased to arrive. As it happens, had we arrived at...More
We had a double and a single room here for one night during a week long trip to the Western isles. Enjoyed the whole experience greatly . The double room was well appointed, beautiful view towards the loch and with a spacious bathroom. Exudes comfort...More
A very warm welcome from Katie MacKaskill, award winning chef and owner of Ardhasdaig House and her delightful new canine companion, Ruby.There is a very comfortable lounge and bar with a cosy fire and the rooms are also very comfortable with traditional furnishings.Dinner is really...More
The hotel is in a good scenic location away from any road noise. Room was disappointing - small, dark and cheaply furnished, though beds were comfortable. Breakfast was excellent. We had dinner one night and although the food was good, it was stupidly overpriced.. cost...More
My friend and I stayed recently with our dog in a cosy twin overlooking the loch. We booked completely last minute and were welcomed by the exceptional host who was also the chef and waitress the following morning. The view was stunning, beds lovely and...More