Following the government announcement of Friday 20th March, it was with a deep sense of sadness that we closed the doors at The Inn @ Àird a' Bhàsair. The safety and wellbeing of our staff, our guests and our local communities are of paramount importance and it is our responsibility to ensure the necessary safeguards at this difficult time.
We will continue to take the advice of Public Health Scotland, and will keep you updated.
Our reservations office remains open and we will be more than happy to discuss any future travel plans that you might have, including the rescheduling of existing reservations during this closure period.
We are making contact with all our guests who have reservations booked in April and May. If you have a booking, please do not hesitate to be in touch with us.
We would be very happy to make arrangements for you to reschedule your visit, rather than to have to cancel. Please rest assured, we will do our very best to achieve the most satisfactory arrangement for you. If you are not able to reschedule visit and need to cancel we will arrange to refund any deposit you have paid.
We are, as always, grateful for all your support and honoured that The Inn is the place that you and your families choose to spend your quality time.
We hope to see you all soon, and we look forward to offering you a very warm welcome when we reopen.
In the meantime we wish everyone the very best to get through these difficult times.
The Inn @ Àird a Bhàsair has a selection of suites, double and twin rooms, either looking over the waters of the Sound of Sleat towards the hills of Knoydart, or with garden and woodland views. Take a look through our accommodation listings to find the room that suits your needs. All rooms are en suite with bath and shower.
With a choice of eating in the Linne Restaurant, serving seafood and steak, the MacNamara Bar or the Bothan Bar - the dog friendly bar - as well as outdoor seating for warm evenings, with views over the water, the Inn can provide for everyone's preference.
A takeaway option is also available. Enjoy a game of pool in the games room whilst you wait.
With a wealth of experience and outdoor skills, Scott MacKenzie, Fearann Eilean Iarmain's Conservation Manager and Headstalker, is the perfect host to accompany you on your outdoor activities. Discover wildlife in its natural surroundings, learn more about environmental conservation and develop an understanding and appreciation of this stunning landscape and the rich cultural heritage of Gaelic that has shaped its history - the place names, the local legends and stories. Further information here.
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