We have been to the public bar for having a dinner before taking the last ferry. Really nice and friendly people working there. Goat cheese and cream of mushroom soup were really good.
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Stayed in the hotel for 6 nights over the Feis Ile (Whisky Festival) and in spite of the decoration being a little tired, I had a wonderful stay at this hotel. The owners, Marion & Iain, were so friendly and helpful and nothing was too...More
Stopped for a spot of lunch while checking out the ferry to Jura. Friendly welcome in the Snug Bar. Soup and sandwich were fine. If I'm honest the Cullen Skink was too creamy for me but I know from other reviewers,people love it. The snug...More
Visited bar whilst waiting for Ferry back to Mainland. Food as you may expect from a local pub at lunch time. I had the open steak and mushroom sandwich, partner had burger- fairly priced for fare. Large varied and informative beer/ ale menu which excellent...More
This quaint and welcoming bar and restaraunt had a fantastic scotch selection and features a couple of local gins. The Botanist is available in Canada, therefore I'm guessing the distribution is wide. It is a nice gin. I really enjoyed Lussa which is an independent,...More
We had time to kill before getting the return ferry so called in for lunch. The restaurant was busy serving Sunday lunches. The pub was cosy but we were seated in a separate room at the very back of the pub on our own. The...More
Had a nice lunch here on a wet and very busy Monday. I had lovely fresh scallops in the shell with lots of garlic butter and very nice bread. My wife had cullen skink which was equally as good.
We had lunch at the restaurant before taking the ferry (only option in Port Askaig anyway). We ate burgers on the tables in the garden, it was nice to eat outside in the sun rather than inside the pub which is quite dark... The food...More