Second visit this time, with hard to please hubby! We were greeted and seated promptly with drinks in the pleasant bar area,orders taken and the starters of scallops and chicken liver pâté arrived. Hubby said his scallops were awesome and my pâté was lovely too. Mains arrived hubby's locally sourced venison burger with proper homemade chips were devoured quickly and my gin and tonic battered haddock with chips was enormous ( I had to take some home for the doggies) highly recommend that you pay a visit to this delightful inn, bill including drinks came to £45 which we thought was very reasonable for quality and quantity. Service and staff excellent. Just a little request for your sweet desert menu, Scottish Crannock would have finished meal off perfectly although button on jeans might of needed loosening !
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Taynuilt is ideally situated on the ancient "road to the isles", close to Oban and the ferries to the Inner Hebrides & beyond. Taynuilt Hotel has for centuries been a staging post for travellers along this route. Nestling at the foot of Ben Cruachan, between Loch Etive & Loch Awe, in an area of outstanding natural beauty and steeped in history, Taynuilt Hotel, with modern facilities, fine hospitality & superb food is a perfect choice. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Taynuilt Hotel Scotland