We stayed at a hotel nearby but the food was far too over priced so we were told to try lord of the isles. We were so warmly welcomed when we came in as was our Labrador, he was given a treat and a drink...More
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Staying local and stumbled across this little gem , friendly pub with amazing views and the best fire place I’ve seen for long time . Had fresh fish which always taste better straight out of the sea ! Superb we will be back thank you
We really enoyed our meals here, in spite of rainy weather outside. The seafood chowder was the best that we have had, and we have have had a lot, and the haddock was tasty & crisp. The views are spectacular due to the huge picture...More
Just back from a stay at Melfort Village and we visited the Lord of the Isles twice during our three day stay. We spent New Year's Eve there (and one of the staff even ran us home) and returned again yesterday evening. Both times the...More
We dined here on the evening of my mother's 60th birthday this August. The food was good (not outstanding), but the entertainment was Elsa Jean McTaggert, and was a highlight of our trip.
Whilst staying in nearby Melfort Village, we came to Lord of Isles for dinner on our first night and enjoyed it so much that we came back again. The food is lovely and the service is excellent - really friendly and quick. The Thai Mussels...More
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