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The Crinan Hotel sits at the north end of the Crinan Canal, connecting Loch Fyne to the Atlantic Ocean, is a tiny picturesque fishing village of Crinan with its population of just under 80 inhabitants.
For over 200 years the centre of this little community has been Crinan Hotel.
Today Crinan Hotel is an international meeting point for Hebridean sailors, fishermen, yachtsman, holiday maker and above all lovers of seafood and the best of Scottish produce.
Crinan Hotel has always recognised that due to it’s location the demands and needs of guests are often quite unique!
Crinan remains a traditional hotel, and in line with that offers traditional levels of service expected of west coast hospitality.
Crinan Hotel has 20 bedrooms over three floors of the hotel and a lift to get you there if you feel so inclined. All the rooms have been individually designed by resident owner and artist Frances Macdonald and all have views either to the canal basin or others which look over Loch Crinan and out towards the sound of Jura, and the islands of Scarba and Mull.
Wining and Dining:
Crinan offers a choice of wining and dining in The Westward Restaurant, The Seafood Bar or The Crinan Pub. Additionally the Crinan Coffee shop sits just outside the hotel on the Canal bank.