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We stayed and ate for 2 nights at the Glenuig Inn - what a place!
The location is perfect for wee adventures and quiet relaxing at small beaches.
Great food, good range of drinks, great service and FANTASTIC hosts.
We will be back, over and...over again.More
Called for a hot drink mid-afternoon. Asked about coffee and was directed to a table in the cafe part but spotted scones and other baking on the bar as we passed.
No menu visible or offered but after thinking we were going to have to...get up and find a member of staff, a lady did come to us.
We ordered 2 americano coffees with hot milk and asked about the baking. It was slices of crumble so we ordered 2 pieces. Fortunately the coffee was good and the crumble tasty but the bill left a very nasty taste. We were asked to pay £19.90 for the 2 drinks and pieces of baking. It is very hard to not pay when you already consumed the goods. If I had seen a price list prior to ordering I may have walked out going to an open air cafe nearby. Be warned or be prepared to pay over the odds.More
Great lunch brake ,amazing blue cheese soup LOVE IT! Delicious sandwiches ,I had smoked mackerel and my partner had parmesan chicken cesar both with crisps and salad. lovely staff, great view. Need to come back for that homemade fruit scone , not enough space for...all that food hehe. RecommendedMore
The glenuig inn - returning to this fabulous location, always great ! recently taken over by new management team - all welcoming and friendly . Love this spot for kayaking, walking and paddle boarding ! Rooms are basic but ideal when you have lots of...outdoor equipment - and they are spotlessly clean . Would have given 5 stars but unfortunately the 2 nights we were there the langoustines were unavailable - and evening menu could do with a specials each night . Will definitely returnMore
Stayed with the family while doing a few days’ sea kayaking. What an amazing location! The room was very comfortable and the drying room was really handy.
The food was fantastic with lots of local seafood on offer. The breakfasts were very hearty and enjoyed...by all. The kitchen put together some great packed lunches for our kayaking trips and the new owners could not have been more accommodating.More
Welcoming and accommodating, very comfy rooms and beds, delicious food ( Cullen Skink a must, as were langoustines and wife loved her hearty burger. Great beer from Spean Brewery, cold lager and the IPA both highly recommemded) Ate and drank way too much but worked...off with local walks in spectacular scenery. Looking forward to returning soon.More
The Inn sits at a beautiful location on Glenuig Bay, just off the Sound of Arisaig. Popped in for lunch whilst cycling to nearby Smirisary. Hadn't booked, but plenty of seats and tables outside in the sun. Perfect for some refuelling. Had the smoked haddock...chowder which was delicious. Coffee accompanied by a lovely piece of shortbread. Friendly staff, good food, perfect location. What's not to like?More