First visit here and very impressed by the atmosphere and friendly staff. Will definitely return for a meal sometime and also enjoyed the village shop next to the pub. Not easy to find local pubs that are really welcoming and inclusive.
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You always get a warm reception in the Lord of the Isles. I go in the hope - usually realised - of getting a chat with local sailors over a good pint of cask-conditioned ale, (served in glass tankards, rather than sleevers), or to go...More
Had a lovely dinner with great service here in September 2017. Food was well cooked and well presented and nothing was too much for our waitresses. They are a credit. Friendly, smiling and ever helpful, no request from us and our American Friends was an...More
What a popular pub! Great atmosphere and views over the harbour, this pub had a big and varied menu. The fish and seafood eaters loved it and there was something for everyone. The periperi burger was great!
During our week holiday we ate here 4 times. Very pleasant staff, excellent food. My first venture into eating oysters - had them three times afterwards! All the staff made us feel very welcome and were particularly good with the young member of our party....More
We had eaten here many times over the years and were pleased to see the quality of the food was still excellent. We arrived on their "fish and chips special night" (Tuesday I think) and had some of the nicest haddock and chips you could...More