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The Isle of Eriska Hotel & Spa near Oban has become a star of the small screen after appearing on Good Morning Britain and The Lorraine Show, hosted by TV personality Andi Peters.
The visit rounded off Andi’s tour of the Western Highlands in luxury, where he tucked into a decadent Scottish breakfast, played a round of croquet and relaxed in the hotel grounds following his whirlwind adventure, which also took in Glenfinnan Viaduct and Tobermory.
Andi had the chance to speak with Claire Moreland, the hotel’s assistant manager, who explained how the hotel champions local produce in its award-winning restaurant and helped Andi pronounce some tricky Scottish place names including ‘Ballachulish’.
Norbert Lieder, managing director of Inverlochy Castle Management International, which oversees the management of the Isle of Eriska Hotel & Spa, said: ‘We were so pleased to host Andi and the Good Morning Britain team at Eriska. They chose our private island location as a fittingly luxurious end to their Scottish adventure.
‘Andi sampled some of the dishes from our Michelin-starred kitchen, as well as experiencing true luxury in one of the exclusive hotel suites. It was so exciting to see the live broadcast showcasing the hotel and its extensive grounds, as well as the appearance from Claire.
‘We hope it’s inspired people to come and explore Eriska and the surrounding area.’
Good Morning Britain and The Lorraine Show attract a daily audience of around 1.5 million.