This small food-led inn sitting to the north of West Loch Tarbert is well situated if you're journeying to or from the islands of Islay and Jura. Its warm atmosphere is immediately evident in the conviviality that pervades the lounge, which has an open log stove, whitewashed stone walls, original features and comfortable furniture.
The restaurant serves Scottish cuisine, with an emphasis on locally sourced seafood and meat, to the backdrop of stone walls, wooden floors and a large fireplace. The hotel has just eight rooms, and, while not large, they're bright and airy and decorated in light tones with a subtle nautical theme. Although there isn’t an elevator, staff will help with your luggage.
We enjoyed the warm and welcoming ambience of the West Loch Hotel and found the service excellent during our stay. The hotel restaurant's menu, with an emphasis on locally sourced ingredients, lived up to expectations.
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The West Loch Hotel has eight simple but comfortable rooms, which mix the original features of the 1780 building with modern amenities. Their best feature is the aspect over West Loch Tarbert.
Nestled on the Kintyre Peninsula, overlooking the loch of the same name, the West Loch Hotel enjoys a serene setting. It makes an ideal base for exploring the local area, including the isles of Islay and Jura, the surrounding whisky region, and the West Highlands.
Food and drink
- The restaurant is committed to using local produce and offers a selection of Scottish dishes.
- Light bites and drinks are served less formally in the bar.
Facilities and activities
- The hotel has access to a nine-hole golf course.