We were supposed to sail to the Isle of Mull but unfortunately the weather did not permit us to take the ferry as all departures were cancelled that day.
So we ended up booking this hotel late in the afternoon at a reasonable rate for a bed and breakfast.
The rooms were clean and simply furnished. Our room included a whirlpool bath. Strangely there is an elevator but only on the second floor so we had to walk one flight of stairs to get to the elevator!
The traditional Scottish breakfast buffet was good. When we arrived they were out of croissants, however 10 minutes later fresh croissants were made available and they were simply very good!
In my reviews, I've decided to call out the quality of wi-fi service! Hotels offer wi-fi, most of the time advertised as included with the price of the room. But I find that more and more, wi-fi service is inadequate. As a traveler, I need a decent wi-fi service to accomplish a minimum set of tasks, mostly to plan my next day, but also to keep up with e-mails. So I've established a baseline: a reasonable wi-fi service should allow me stream a 64kbps channel from a service such as Jazzradio.com while doing e-mail, without interruption or interminably long e-mail load times.
In the case of the queens hotel Wi-fi service was very bad, barely usable! The 64kbps stream was choppy, and loading Google maps took forever. Hence the reason for my average rating. Otherwise the Queens would've gotten a good rating. So if you don't need wi-fi, this is not a bad choice.