Inns in Ballygrant
Welcoming family run Inn on hebridean Island of Islay
A family run Inn with a friendly Scottish welcome, excellent food, great selection of malt whiskies, beers and ales, David and Ruby Graham welcome you to sample their hospitality. Set in 2.5 acres of it's own grounds, with attractive well kept gardens, the Inn is an ideal place to stay when visiting Islay. Cosy comfortable bedrooms, nicely decorated and with pine furnishings, provide comfort, relaxation and rest after sampling the many delights of Islay.
Ballygrant Inn & Restaurant is situated close to the village of Ballygrant, just 3 miles from Port Askaig Ferry Terminal. The Inn sits just off the main road in its own well tended grounds of 2.5 acres, enclosed by heather clad hills and overlooking woodlands. Bunnahabhain and Caol Ila Distilleries are nearby for the malt whisky enthusiast. There are 7 freshwater hill lochs within the area for those into brown trout fishing and opportunities for walking abound. The important archaeological site of Finlaggan, where the Lords of the Isles ruled the western seaboard of Scotland for some 500 years, is nearby. Dun Bhoraraig, Islay's only Iron age broch overlooks the Sound of Islay and surrounding hill and farmland of the Ballygrant area and is an invigorating walk from the Inn.
Our three bedrooms are all situated on the first floor all with views of the surrounding countryside, including the Paps of Jura on Islay's neighbouring Island. All rooms have double glazed windows, central heating and low energy lighting. Each room is individually and attractively decorated, furnished in pine and has en-suite shower and wash hand basin. The rooms also have hair dryer, radio alarm and hospitality tray with tea, coffee, fresh milk and delicious home baking. The bathroom and toilet are centrally and conveniently situated on the bedroom corridor for all rooms.
Number of Rooms: 3
Price per PersonPrice Includes: Full Scottish Breakfast & VAT
Double: From £27.50
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