Appin hotel can’t wait to reopen

The Pierhouse Hotel and Seafood Restaurant at Por Appin

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The Wee Hotel Company has announced plans to welcome guests back to its properties in Argyll and on the Isle of Skye.

The Pierhouse Hotel and Seafood Restaurant at Port Appin reopens from Thursday April 29.

The world-famous Three Chimneys and The House Over-By at Colbost on Skye will reopen on Monday April 26.

The Wee Hotel Company is owned by Scots-born international hotelier Gordon Campbell Gray.

Welcome back: Gordon Campbell Gray.

He said: ‘There will be certain restrictions, but we will be doing everything we possibly can to make our guests’ overnight stay and visit to our restaurant as memorable and special as always.

‘Our entire team is really excited to be receiving guests again and as always we will be maintaining the highest levels of safety standards and offering the warmest of Highland welcomes.’

Tucked away on the shores of Loch Linnhe, The Pierhouse offers breathtaking views to Lismore and Mull.

The small hotel and renowned Scottish seafood restaurant has menus including fresh langoustines and mussels harvested from Loch Linnhe and Loch Etive, as well as handpicked oysters from the beds of Loch Creran.

The venue is now listed in the Michelin Guide for Great Britain and Ireland 2021.

It said: ‘As locations go, it’s hard to beat. Find a spot on the terrace to watch the ferry chugging across the loch and stay the night to wake up to the fabulous view.’

The Three Chimneys at Colbost is based within an original Skye croft house and is renowned for serving inspirational dishes from Scotland’s natural larder.