The Kilfinan Hotel is located in the small village of Kilfinan and is the closest place to eat for guests staying at Acharossan, Inveryne and Lilybank (approx. 2 miles). Here you can expect a warm welcome and good, tasty food using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Booking is essential.
Tel No 01700 821 201 Visit: www.kilfinanhotel.com
The Oystercatcher is a pub and restaurant on the beach at Otter Ferry, (turn right at the road end, approx. 5 miles from here) on the eastern shore of Loch Fyne. Breath taking views across the loch and spectacular sunsets.
Tel No 01700 821 229 Visit: www.theoystercatcher.co.uk
Inver Cottage Restaurant and coffee house is located a few miles along the same road. Here you will enjoy superb cooking based on local produce and scrumptious puddings. There is also a small selection of crafts, artwork and gifts for sale. Booking advised at weekends. Ideal spot for family walks around the coast and across the bay to Old Castle Lachlan.
Tel No 01369 860 537 Visit: www.invercottage.com
Portavadie Marina opened in 2009. Turn left at the road end and follow the road to the cross roads at Millhouse. Turn right here and follow the signs. Here you will find two restaurants and bars set in beautiful contemporary surroundings. Open every day.
Tel No 01700 811 075 Visit: www.portavadiemarina.com
The Barn is situated in the hamlet of Millhouse. Sit in or take away. Here you can enjoy tasty soups and lunch menu. Coffee, teas and homebaking too. During the summer, they are open for evening meals on Friday and Saturday nights. Safe and relaxing place to take children. Closed Tuesdays.
Tel No 01700 811 948 Visit: www.thebarnatmillcroft.co.uk
The Kames Hotel offers a seasonal menu from light bites to three course meals. Situated at the water’s edge overlooking the Kyles of Bute. Children are welcome and small portions are available. Good bar meals and a friendly bar.
Tel No 01700 811 489 Visit: www.kames-hotel.com
The Royal an Lochan offers two restaurants with views across to the Isle of Bute. Pricey, but good. They are part of the “Sea food” trail serving a wide variety of Scottish seafood. Booking advisable.
Tel No 01700 811 239 Visit: www.theroyalanlochan.co.uk
The Burnside Bistro is located in the small village of Tighnabruaich. Open every day offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. Good coffee served here and their famous homemade “fresh cream meringues” are definitely worth a visit for! Open Saturday nights only for dinner during the winter months. Booking for dinner essential.
Tel No 01700 811 739 Visit: www.burnsidebistro.co.uk
The Loch Fyne Oyster Bar is world famous and located right at the top end of Loch Fyne between the village of Cairndow and Inveraray. There is the shop selling fesh seafood and many other produce and restaurant open all day, every day. Combined with a visit to Inveraray, it is an ideal day trip.