Testimonials

We were delighted to welcome recently the incredibly well respected travel journalist Brian Hancill of The Mirror, and the very talented food writer, Hattie Ellis, to Coruisk House last year. Their articles appear in the Testimonials sub-titles ‘Mirror Review’ and ‘Hungry Traveller’. Please do read the articles here to learn about our passion for good food! Thank you! We are always delighted to hear when our guests have enjoyed a stay or meal with us. It is the reason for our existence at Coruisk House. We are very proud that our customers love staying and dining at Coruisk House. Some of them feel compelled to let us know. Others are happy saying nothing. Either way, words or a knowing look speak volumes about the relationships we have with our guests – and our heartfelt thanks go to you all.

Fantastic hotel and restaurant

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Fantastic hotel and restaurant

Claire and Ian were perfect!

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We stayed at Coruisk House for 3 nights in October 2013, and were very well taken care of. Very comfortable room, absolutely fantastic food, great advice on walks to take. Claire and Ian were perfect!

Probably the best meals we have ever had!

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Probably the best meals we have ever had!

It was perfect.

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We were staying next door at Mary’s cottages and had 2 evening meals at Coruisk House. Both times the food was fabulous. The squat lobsters were amazing, especially the potted squat lobsters and Clare’s bread is gorgeous! Could not find fault with anything. It was perfect.

Pia and Max from the Netherlands

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Dear staff of Coruisk House,

We like to thank you once again for an unexpected but memorable experience and on of our true highlights during our last weeks visit at your restaurant. We were walking the Skye Trail, carrying our own tent, but ones in a while we like to stay in a B&B. When booking at Rose Croft B&B (she advised us to make reservations at your restaurant. So we did. It turned to be one of our highlights during our 7 days walk. Cosy sitting near the fire, warming ourselves at the flames we had a magnificent starters and mains. Home made bread, venison at its best. But the best had yet to come. Your top cheese platter accompanied by a 18 year old Talisker. An experience we will never forget. We are still talking about it. When leaving we bought one of your delicious breads and the next day we had a great picknick lunch at the pass taking us form Loch Coruisk towards Slichagan Valley (see picture attached). It made carrying our 20 pound backpacks a lot easier. Another highlight. Thanks once again.

Pia and Max from the Netherlands

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