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Tigh an Truish

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Scottish Hospitality from the Dark Ages. A sunny May Sunday afternoon, 5 travelers arrive at 2.15pm after a long journey to be turned away as "we don't serve food after 2pm" Good luck with that business model.

Thank Tony P
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 15 April 2017

We had heard this place was good, and it was all that we had hoped. It's a small place, with a simple, but authentic Scottish Pub feel. The wait staff were helpful and attentive. The quality of the food was very good. I had Rose's Prawn Sandwich and the soup of the day (lentil with onion). I also tasted the...

Thank Tejaasbear
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Reviewed 12 March 2017

The bar manager was brilliant, very friendly and we enjoyed his company. Great place that welcomes dogs. Only downside they didnt serve food as there were not enough visitors Fantastic views and you can see the Clach Na Sula Bridge that crosses over the Atlantic... yes that's right... over the Atlantic, which is a must visit!

Thank WeeMarie
Reviewed 17 October 2016 via mobile

The Tigh an Truish is a wonderful pub steeped in history and character. It serves good food, has real ale and a good standard of accommodation. If you are looking for polished luxury then this place isn't for you but it is a gem of a place, a centre piece in the community, and a warm welcome. I have spent...

Thank Mark J
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Reviewed 9 October 2016

Great location just over the bridge on Seil island and having a great wee bar with unusual corner bench and good atmosphere. Loch Fyne ale on draught as well as bigger range in bottles and a variety of usual beers and a fair range of food. My ham sandwich was superb and came with side salad and my wife's soup...

Thank David T
West End
Reviewed 29 September 2016

We stayed at a self catering cottage at Clachan Seil, and chose to walk to the pub for a meal that we pre-booked and were told the kitchen closed at 20:00 (very odd attitude I thought). My partner had fish and chips and I had steak and ale pie with a crust top. Service was good but what we didn't...

Thank dsnell
Reviewed 31 July 2016 via mobile

Since we were staying on Seil Island and I'd read about this place in an AA guide I was keen to give both the food and beer a try. Location is stunning by the bridge over the Atlantic. The pub is rustic inside which is how it should be. Beer was well kept (Orkney red McGregor) and the langoustines I...

Thank Thomas H
Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 28 July 2016

This pub is ideally located overlooking the splendid, 220 year old, hump-backed bridge which, with its single track and blind crest, provides a certain frisson for drivers. We tried the daily special of mussels which was generous and very reasonably priced. Scottish mussels are unique because, although fairly small, they are exceptionally sweet. There is a fine selection of beers....

Thank Barry Lynch
Rotherham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 14 July 2016 via mobile

What can i say. We've stayed here numerous times. The first time in the pub where you have a cosy self contained flat which is really quaint an cosy an have your breakfast left as raw ingredients for you to cook yourself when you want it, fresh eggs bacon, tomatoes, fruit juice, bread an jams everything you need. The last...

Thank RachelCooper1972
England, United Kingdom
Reviewed 27 March 2016

After an evening meal here, we were left disappointed and agreed we would not return. There were a few positives to the meal: the portions were generous and my steak was tasty and well cooked (if served a little cold - the butter sauce failed to melt over the steak); the sticky toffee pudding was delicious and the pub is...

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Additional Information about Tigh an Truish

Address: PA34 4QZ, Scotland
Region: United Kingdom > Scotland > Argyll and Bute > Slate Islands > Isle of Seil
Number of rooms: 2
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“We didn't stay, just visited for a coffee”
  • View from the Clach Na Sula Bridge
  • Self service (trust) gift shop, if want to buy you just leave the money on the table
  • The Clach Na Sula Bridge that crosses over the Atlantic
  • The view you see from the pub
  • View from the other side of the Clach Na Sula Bridge
WeeMarie, 11 Mar 2017 | Read review
“Did not investigate rooms”
dsnell, 29 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Not sure if they have accommodation, but I would definitely stay if it was offered”
Kezza361, 5 Sep 2013 | Read review
“We were surprised to find we had our own kitchen and breakfast was self-service. Also our room was a little quirky - perhaps understandable in an old inn, but worth checking whether this type of individuality is what you want.”
DnY_Oxfordshire, 4 Jun 2013 | Read review
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