At a glance
Hotel Spa Venue
The spa sits in the former stables in the grounds of the hotel - a little holistic sanctuary in a world of luxury.
The Eriska Restaurant has won Michelin Star Award September 2014.
The Eriska Links Golf Course is a nine hole experience that naturally follows the west coast of the island.
With views of the Scottish mountains and lakes, it is difficult not to be taken aback by the natural splendour of your surroundings.
A private island surrounded by the most beautiful natural landscapes in a far corner of Scotland, Isle of Eriska Hotel is impossibly romantic.
Amongst other accolades, the hotel’s restaurant offers Michelin Star cuisine.
Spa & Leisure
Thanks to the spectacular location, there’s so much to do outdoors in this beautiful part of the world. Sail on luxury yachts, go on kayaking trips, enjoy fishing, mountain biking, walking or croquet. Indoors there an equal array of opportunities with a sports hall, and The Stables Spa in the hotel grounds where there is a 17 metre heated pool, a sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and a fully equipped gym.
The spa, which is in the former stables, is accessed by a path through the Spa Garden and has five treatment rooms. Therapies are a real reflection of the surrounding natural environment, capturing ingredients from the flourishing island and the nutrients of the sea to nourish mind, body and soul. Using ishga and ESPA products they offer a collection of face and body treatments for holistic luxury.
Hotel & Accommodation
Head over a bridge at the mouth of Loch Creran and you will find a Victorian baronial mansion with all the luxury features you could ask for in a hotel. A private island set in an enchanting 300 acres, Isle of Eriska Hotel really is an exceptional experience. A member of Relais & Châteaux exclusive collection of luxury hotels and gourmet restaurants, the 19th century property has two main room categories - standard and deluxe, located in the East of the hotel and the main house while two bedroom cottage suites reside in the grounds. Rooms outside the main house also have a greater degree of space set in private gardens with their own hot tubs.
The hotel restaurant is a Michelin Star affair and is an amalgamation of four areas. There’s the morning room with views over the lawns to the south, the business room which catches the morning sun, the butler’s pantry which joins the two others together, and the conservatory which has views under the boughs of an oak tree planted in the year the house was built.