Review on Gigha Hotel
On 15 March 2002, the people of Gigha took an historic step and bought their island, ensuring that it would be held in trust for the benefit of all. The current residents are merely custodians of the place, cherishing its history and building for the future.
The hotel is at the centre of things. It stands a few hundred yards from the ferry terminal and has a personal charm all of its own. There are great views over Ardminish Bay towards the mainland from most of its delightful rooms – including the casual, but elegant restaurant.
Seafood – including lobsters, clams and prawns – is brought in by the boats that tie up on South Pier, lamb and beef are procured from across the water, while cheese is produced on the island itself.
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