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You know that your going to get a good meal when your told upon checking into the hotel that the menu is still being written after getting that days fresh ingredients.. and we really weren't disappointed.
Our crab stater (caught by one of the boats...in the bay) was delicate and sweet, letting the flavour of the crab really shine through - with subtle lime dressing complimenting the crab wonderfully. Our perfectly cooked venison was a taste of Scotland on a plate.... sadly - we were too stuffed to make desert, but we did make breakfast :-). Creamy porridge with a shot of Drambuie is the only way ill be eating my porridge from now on..
Exceptional food, lovingly prepared, thoroughly enjoyed, highly recommendedMore
We stay at Eddrachilles Cottage (self catering and a separate business) every couple of years. It's a last-night-of-the-hols treat to dine here when we're up. Tonight's meal was wonderful.
Starters were great. I had the lightly pickled beetroot, morangie brie abd candied walnut salad and...my OH had the lovely local prawns. Home made bread was grand and abundant. An "intermezzo" of lightly pickled herring was pretty and tasty. Main courses (me: perfect sea trout with scallops; OH: venison cooked rare and gorgeous) were faultless. Puds (me: lemon posset, OH: plum crumble) were grand.
The wine list is sensible and succinct. There are helpful by-the- glass suggestions per course. There's a fab bar for Scottish gins (go on, wreck your wallet on the Harris; it's soooo good! ) and a considered whisky list, too. Plus lots of liqueurs ( like raspberry gin and amaretto) for the sweet toothed.
Service is completely charming and friendly. The entire place is a complete delight. Thanks again to Richard and Fiona for a super meal in a special place.More
We were still adjusting to the time zone changes when we were at Eddrachilles, so didn't sample their breakfasts. (Unfortunately for us--we read great reviews about them!) But we did have dinner there every night except one (and we wished that we had had dinner...there THAT night, but were told to try another restaurant in Ullapool.) Every meal we had there was fresh and amazing. The service was lovely. We especially enjoyed the different fresh breads/butters that they had every night. My favorite memory was of the fresh mussels. YUM!! The service was warm, and the seating in the restaurant was in a historical part of the building and very cozy. Such a nice end to a day of sightseeing!More
Date of visit: August 2019
FionaCampbellTrevor, Manager at Eddrachilles Hotel Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded 18 August 2019
Thank you for your review and we are so glad you enjoyed dinners with us. The team will appreciate your kind words. Jet lag can be a real pain (I find travelling east is harder) and I hope you went on to enjoy the rest...More
A warm welcom, afternoon tea and pastries, very fine food in a nice atmosphere, beautiful view, garden, comfortable room with everything what man and woman would like to find. We would like to have stayed longer. We recommend!!
Date of visit: June 2019
FionaCampbellTrevor, Owner at Eddrachilles Hotel Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded 8 July 2019
Thank you so very much! We are delighted you enjoyed your stay in the hotel and appreciate your warm recommendation. Please do consider a return (and longer) visit, we'd love to host you again. Best Regards Fiona Campbell Trevor
My daughter and I dined here whilst staying in the attached accommodation.
We certainly appreciated the efforts staff went to catering for our food allergies, and in no way did we feel as though we had missed out on any particular dish.
We chose 2...courses each evening, starter and main, as neither of us have a particularly sweet tooth. The menu changes daily and there is an emphasis on local and seasonal produce, which is fantastic.
On the first evening we both had the beetroot and goats cheese starter, which was plated up beautifully and seemed a shame to eat. The delicate balance of flavours melted in the mouth. For main I had the venison and my daughter the lamb shoulder. Both beautifully tender and moist. We each matched with a glass of wine as suggested by the menu for pairing, and they complimented each other well.
On the second night my daughter had green gazpacho for entree and local beef for the main, whilst I had poached egg and asparagus for entree with lamb for the main. Again we drank recommended pairing wines (there is a good selection of wines by the glass). Once again we were not disappointed by our meals.
I congratulate Richard and Fiona and their staff for creating such a fine dining experience in such a remote location, and their commitment to locally sourced ingredients. Highly recommended.More
Date of visit: June 2019
FionaCampbellTrevor, Owner at Eddrachilles Hotel Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded 25 June 2019
Thank you so much for taking the time and trouble to write a review, and thank you for such kind words. We are very fortunate to have a wonderful kitchen team led by Head Chef Ian Godfrey (but don't tell anyone, we don't want him...More
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