£35 per person per night including breakfast.
Children are half price. We charge a maximum of £100 per night for the room, which is a great saving for larger families (the room comfortably takes two adults and up to three children – two can sleep together in a den-like high bunk area, with a third in a single bed). We can also provide a cot on request.
Please note a single person supplement is chargeable at £15 per night, so the total cost is £50 per night. If you are having dinner with us, the total cost per night will be £65 (saving you £10).
Dinner is £30 per person and vegetarians and special diets are catered for. Bring your own wine and we’ll do the rest.
Good quaility packed lunches on request, £7 each.
“Ooh, it's a G-plan cave, a cool blend of rough whitewashed stone and glass. Beside a Norwegian Jotul woodburner are baskets of peat and logs. A Vitra chair by Mario Bellini is covered by a sheepskin throw and sits invitingly beside shelves bearing Scottish titles.”
Sally Shalam, The Guardian, May 2009. To read the full review, visit The Guardian website.
"My favourite place is Badrallach, a hamlet on the northwest coast of Scotland, and a place where - come drizzle, sunshine or fog - I spent every summer holiday during my childhood. It's also, mystifyingly, deserted. Even in August, the mountainous soft-purple coast is one of the most beautiful and unpopulated places I've ever visited ..."
Travel writer Edward Marriott, The Observer's 20 Best-Kept Travel Secrets, October 2007