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All reviewspublic bartop floorfood is excellentreturn visitfish and chipswarm welcomeisle of mullsingle track roada bit crampedwine listsmall villageroom was clean and comfortablebeautiful scenerystayed here for two nightsgreat showerlovely islandthe wi fi
When we reached the hotel the first impression was not memorable. It was lunch time on sunday, it wasn't easy to find someone to ask as the restaurant was busy and the reception was in the restaurant, and we couldn' t park properly as the...More
Good position, near Loch, at a cross roads for easy access to many locations including Eagle Hides. No lift, but no shortage of help with bags, friendly, helpful owners and staff. Own car park, restaurant and bar. Huge room and en-suite, comfortable bed, clean. Wi-Fi...More
Ok needed somewhere to stay on mull as we were visiting for one night I tried booking couple of months before via booking. Com this was the only place available it cost £132 for bed and breakfast (expensive) we arrived it was raining but the...More
Thank Andrea T
Response from Bellachroy, Owner at Bellachroy HotelResponded 19 July 2017
Thank you for taking the time to post your review, however I would like to take this opportunity to rectify a few facts that are quoted incorrectly. Firstly, the hotel is connected to mains water supply and so the septic tank you mention is the...More
Was enticed by the many prominent signs for their local seafood to book for Sunday lunch to be faced with a choice of burger, fish & chips or sandwiches. A nice enough place and the evening menu looked slightly more interesting but c'mon guys, at...More
Reputedly the oldest pub on Mull but nothing tired and worn out here.
Very stylishly decorated. Not minimalist and certainly not blousey. Just warm colours, simple yet comfortable.
I drank Jarl, a light beer by Fyne Ales. Very nicely kept and a delight to 'quaff'!...More