Review on The Prince's House Hotel
Built in 1658 as a 'change house' and coaching inn for travellers on the Road to the Isles, this was reputedly one of the few places in the area that the Bonnie Prince raised the standard at the start of the Jacobite uprising. The scenery and landscape is a dramatically evocative as ever, but the atmosphere is more peaceful these days thanks to Kieron and Ina Kelly, who run the Prince's House as a pleasant hotel and restaurant.
Kieron's food depends on excellent Scottish supply lines, bolstered by imports from markets in Paris and Milan. The result is a repertoire of contemporary dishes that might include Mallaig seafood soup, fillets of Dover sole and scallops with parsley pesto and char-grilled potatoes or Kinlochmoidart venison with celeriac and port jus. Desserts have included dark chocolate soufflé with praline cream.
Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 7.00 - 9.00pm Mon-Sun
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express