Situated on the scenic west coast of Scotland, Eriska´s secluded setting makes it the perfect place to relax in tranquil surroundings. There is a range of individually decorated bedrooms to choose from, furnished with every amenity. Enjoy spectacular views and delicious cuisine in the Conservatory Restaurant, take a pre or post drink in the luxurious drawing room. Work out, chill out, grab a snack or treat yourself to a pampering session at The Stables Spa or if you are feeling really energetic choose from a host of outdoor activities around the island.
Isle of Eriska Hotel, Spa & Island also has a Restaurant:
Isle of Eriska Hotel, Spa & Island is part of the following Travel Ideas:
"Eriska is a 350-acre private island that welcomes dogs in all its bedrooms apart from the spa suites. Arnott’s House, a new self-catering property in the complex is particularly well-suited to dogs. As you can imagine there are lots of walks, tracks and trails to explore and the lack of pollution means there endless smells and animal scents to follow. The hotel sensibly asks that dogs are not left unattended unless you are using one of their kennels. House cats are welcome, but are discouraged from stalking the island’s rich population of birds."
"There’s something magical about a proposal in a secluded island setting especially if it’s the Isle of Eriska. You cross to the island by its own bridge or you can make it extra special and arrive by helicopter. The luxurious and secluded spa suites have 24 hour room service and hot tubs in their own private gardens. A sunset stroll on the island followed by a candlelit gourmet dinner paves the way for any proposal."
"You can arrive here by car (it’s a tidal island at the mouth of Loch Creran) or helicopter, if you’re feeling time-short and wealthy. It’s a fabulous spot, with sweeping views of the mountains and water and the hotel is a destination in its own right thanks to the three AA rosette restaurant (don’t leave without indulging in the farmhouse cheese trolley, though you may have to be helped to your room afterwards) and ESPA spa. Rooms are Scottish-sumptuous with warm colour schemes and rich fabrics, like soft tartan throws and satin cushions, and some cottages in the grounds even have their own private gardens with hot tubs."
"Situated on the bonnie banks of the west coast of Scotland, the Isle of Eriska is like a fairytale come true. This prestigious hotel spa delivers on all fronts: blissful isolation on a private island (located to the Scottish mainland by a charmingly worn-out bridge), historic country estate and natural scenery to die for. But it’s the spectacular Espa Spa that’s now taken centre stage, bringing a sense of escapism and heavenly hands-on therapy to discerning guests. Experience the range of marine marvels, from the Restorative Mud Envelopment for the body to the aromatic Salt and Oil scrub – all delivered by the celebrated techniques and formulations of British brand Espa. Afterwards take to the old stables, now transformed into a relaxing pool and Jacuzzi area, and soak off your aches, pains and troubles."
"What could be more romantic than sailing along the rugged Scottish coastline as the sun sets in to the horizon? Oooh you could go back to a boutique hotel with a roaring log fire too! Oh what the hell, why not chuck in a private outdoor hot tub. Surprisingly all this and more awaits on the private Isle of Erskia, just off the west coast of Scotland and fear not, they have babysitters ready to go."
"A wilderness paradise, The Isle of Eriska is a 300 acre private island on the West Coast of Scotland, 12 miles north of Oban with wildlife in abundance and with the last remaining coral reef in Europe. The Stable Spa’s decor, designed by E’Spa spa consultants, draws inspiration from its natural surroundings and at 1000m2, is one of the largest spas in the UK. The Oshadi body wrap is its treatment ‘piece de resistance’."
"This small tidal island at the entrance to Loch Creran is privately owned, making a stay at the Eriska Island Hotel here a truly secluded and exclusive experience. The hotel itself is a grand, castellated manor house set within 300 lush acres across a private causeway. Here you can immerse yourself in a confection of bracing fresh-air, fine dining and soothing spa treatments, there’s even a spot of golf on offer, and a fine selection of single-malts back at the bar."
Information on Isle of Eriska Hotel, Spa & Island , Benderloch , Oban
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: Single, Double/Twin, Twin, 2 bedroom Suite
|Room rates guide:||
Room with Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted: Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Solo, Visa
When Closed: January
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome (under 5s not permitted in swimming pool)
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permittted
Romantic Details: private island
Eco Friendly: Green Tourism Gold Award
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Wheelchair Access Details: unassisted wheelchair access
Accreditation: AA 5 Red Stars, AA 3 Rosettes, Good Food Guide 7/10, 5 Star Gold Award - Visit Scotland, Eat Scotland - Gold Award
Colour TV, telephone, DVD player, Highspeed broadband internet access, 24 hour room service, mini-bar, Hairdryer, Luxury toiletries
Gardens, Beauty treatment rooms, relaxation lounge, Health spa, Indoor swimming pool, Sauna, Steam room, Gym, Conservatory, lounge, library, Dining room (special diets catered for by prior arrangement), Civil ceremony licence, Wedding receptions, 3 meeting rooms, Conference facilities, For up to 40 delegates, High-tea for children, baby sitting service by arrangement, Heli-pad, Indoor multi-purpose hall opening Feb 2011 (available for functions & wide selection of sporting activities)
Badminton, Indoor tennis court, Table tennis, Swimming Pool, gymnasium, sauna and steam room
|Outdoor activities on site:||
Croquet lawn, Putting, 9 hole golf course, driving range, Beach, water sports, Fishing, Shooting, Walking
Ice Factor, Boat trips from Eriska's & Oban piers, Deer stalking, Hiking, Horse riding, Oban distillery, skiing
|Local directions:||A85 north from Oban, A828 over Connel Bridge towards Fort William. At Benderloch follow signs.|
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Nearest railway stn:
Glasgow (2 hours)
Glasgow (90 miles) (2 hours) , Edinburgh (120 miles) (3 hours)
Connel (6 miles)
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