Lagg breakfast and dining room

Lagg Hotel Terms and Conditions


Single supplement

A supplement of £25.00 per night will be charged to single guests occupying a twin or double room.


A deposit of the total amount of the first night's stay will be required to guarantee all reservations.


Please note that a reservation constitutes a contract with the hotel.

If a reservation is cancelled less than 7 days from the date of arrival, the total cost of the first nights stay is liable to be paid or deposit withheld.

Any monies owing will be deducted from the debit/credit card that was given at the time of reservation unless otherwise advised.

Arrival and Departure

Guests may check in to the hotel from 2pm. On the day of departure, guests are required to check out by 10 30am. The hotel has storage space for any guest wishing to leave bags for collection later on the day of departure.


Wifi is freely available for guests in the public areas of the hotel only. There is no wifi in the bedrooms.


The hotel is completely no smoking. This includes all bedrooms.


Dogs are welcome at Lagg with prior arrangement at the time of reservation. We charge a fee of £7.00 per dog per stay. We ask that bedding is provided and that pets are kept off the furniture in the bedrooms. Dogs must not be left in the bedrooms unaccompanied and  Dogs are not allowed in any of the dining areas within the hotel. They are welcome in the Residents Lounge at the discretion of other guests.

Methods of Payment

Bank transfer, Cash, Cheque, Maestro, Visa, Access.

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Lagg Hotel is on the most Southerly tip of the most southerly Scottish Island - Arran


 Isle of Arran

The Lagg Hotel
Lagg, Kilmory,
Isle of Arran,
KA27 8PQ