Willow Brae: Ensuite B&B in the Scottish Highlands

(Kosher / Halal / Vegetarian-friendly B&B)

Tel: 01967 421662

email: willow.brae@yahoo.co.uk

Located in Lochaline, a quiet and friendly village on Scotland’s west coast peninsula of Morvern, 40 miles to the south west of Fort William, in the Scottish Highlands region, Willow Brae is a private family home which offers guests comfortable overnight Bed and Breakfast accommodation, with half- or full-board where required (click the links above) and is well situated for the many outdoor pastimes available in the area.

Built to high standards with comfort, convenience and accessibility in mind, this house is not just a home, but a place of welcome, offering traditional Highland bed and breakfast hospitality to those needing accommodation, coupled with the opportunity to maintain Kosher, Halal or Vegetarian eating where desired (click on “Sample Menu” above).

The views from within are breathtaking, looking out on the Sound of Mull, whilst the open plan living area itself with its cathedral ceiling combines spaciousness with homely comfort.

See more  interior photographs and details by clicking the option “Accommodation” on the menu bar at the top of the home page.

A Ferry operates between Lochaline village and Fishnish, on the Isle of Mull, an easy route for visiting Iona or Tobermory, and allowing circular tours via Oban or Kilchoan.

 Tel: 01967 421662

email: willow.brae@yahoo.co.uk

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3 Responses to Willow Brae: Ensuite B&B in the Scottish Highlands

  1. Ruth & Lyn says:

    Almost literally a life-saver! After an exhausting journey from the far north of Scotland, we missed the last ferry to Mull. A fortunate recommendation from a local sent us to Linda’s door, and she took us and our dog in. She could not have been more welcoming, though we must have presented a sorry sight!
    She very kindly provided a table and chairs, and even cutlery, for us to eat our smuggled in supper!
    The accommodation is lovely. Although not quite completed, it is obviously going to be of excellent quality, well – designed and very comfortable. It’s the extra touches that make the difference, the slippers and dressing gowns, and the binoculars at breakfast, to watch the ferry on its way to Mull. (!). The breakfast is excellent too, with the usual choices served at a table overlooking the Sound of Mull. On a glorious day it must be breathtaking. I must mention, in case like me you hadn’t noticed, that it’s a Kosher household, so no pork sausages. Who cares!
    So —- can’t recommend Willow Brae highly enough. Friendly, comfortable, and very good value for money. If ever we pass that way again we shall be staying here. And in the meantime I hope you will!

  2. Robin and Andrea says:

    My friend and I thought we were going to have to sleep in our car when Linda came to our rescue. We missed the last ferry to Mull and were looking to stay nearest to the lochaline ferry and Willow Brae was perfect. Our host Linda was so fun and enjoyable to be with it was a shame we had to leave. The king sized bed and waterfall shower were a sight for sore eyes after such a long day in the car. We had a very comfortable rest and breakfast was perfection the next morning with a beautiful view. Thank you again soo much Linda for being an angel and one of the highlights of our trip.

  3. terry and heather says:

    we stayed here recently and it was lovely.linda made us very welcome and we felt very much at home. everything was clean and tidy and nothing was too much trouble. we had wonderful views across to mull from both our room and the breakfast table,and our breakfast was great.
    thank you linda for putting us up at such short notice,will call in again when we are up your way.

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