Discover Restaurants offering the best Scottish food in Lochgoilhead, Scotland, United Kingdom. Lochgoilhead; (Scottish Gaelic: 'Ceann Loch Goibhle') is a village, on the Cowal peninsula, in Argyll and Bute, Scottish Highlands. It is located within the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park and is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful areas in Argyll and in Scotland as a whole.
4 based on 1887 reviews
Amazing old world atmosphere with five different eating areas incorporating the main bar and public bar. Terrace outdoors. 18 individually furnished bedrooms with unique and quirky features. Live music every Friday and Saturday.
Popped in for lunch on our way down the coast. The restaurant is very inviting and it's pet friendly! The food was incredible, we had the goulash and fish n chips. The furniture, fireplaces and exposed wood and stone make for a cozy atmosphere. Would definitely go back!
4 based on 1043 reviews
The first thing that you'll notice when you walk in will be the homely and inviting atmosphere, the second will be the very subtle aroma of beautiful local produce. Modern and traditional cuisine made using the best of local produce, served in a charming
First ate here about 7 years ago so we were pleased to see Brambles going strong. Called for lunch: seafood platter, macaroni cheese, apple strudel and two glasses of white wine, plus sausage rolls to take home for tea. Even though the place was packed the service was friendly & efficient and out lunch first class!
4 based on 340 reviews
September 2018 update! Lee and Lisa Sainsbury having moved 525 miles from Dorset with their family of small people and Great Dane are working hard to create the quintessential Scottish Inn. What do we have so far? A gorgeous bar with log burner and Morag
A welcome return to stay at the Whistlefield Inn following closure and now reopened under new ownership. It is a charmingly welcoming Inn with all you would expect; cosy, quirky and full of atmosphere and character - all overlooking the stunning Loch Eck.The room was good previously,but now even better appointed under the new owners, with extensive in room tea/coffee options, biscuits and complimentary still and sparkling water, all you could need to settle before a very comfortable quality nights sleep. The hot shower has plenty of power which is a bonus.Pre-booking arrangements were excellent and I received a lovely welcome on arrival from Claire who quickly sorted out my order for Chef.The pie was piping hot and full of flavour with an ample portion, but sadly due to my late arrival I was eating too late to have room for a pudding despite the ample selection on offer.I recall the breakfast being especially good on my last visit, the porridge in particular - however now even more options are available and the apple and cinnamon porridge was excellent. Again Claire was first class, her cheery, easy chatting and personable approach was so refreshing providing a real sense of genuine hospitality even at 8am!Pleased to have stayed once more and given the reasonable tariff provided both good value for money and a great overnight experience.Thanks Lisa and Claire for a lovely stay - will be back!Kevin Reid
4 based on 124 reviews
Bed and Breakfast or room only accommodation with 4 rooms available 2 double rooms 1 twin room & 1 family room all with private en suite We also have a Tearoom open during the week and weekend We can provide guests with a home cooked meal if booked The Gr
Stopped here for a sandwich after the local hotel couldnât make one as their boiler blew up! Absolutely lovely find, great couple run it , sandwiches were very full and tasty, home made chips were delicious
4 based on 1503 reviews
Whilst this is basically a Seafood Restaurant, the Duck that I ordered was excellent as was the Langoustine Bisque. My husband was slightly disappointed with the way the brown crab was dressed, though it was absolutely huge. Certainly a place to visit again
4 based on 185 reviews
We - The Fraser family and our team extend a warm welcome in the best traditions of Scottish hospitality to one of the oldest Coaching Inns in the Highlands. We are a 3 star Inn, the Inn has been in the Fraser family for over 45 years and we aim to please
The menu is nicely varied, and a lot of local produce is used. I can recommend their sharing platters, either shared as a starter, or for one person as a main. Everything was delicious and well presented, and the prices reasonable.
4 based on 531 reviews
Traditional friendly Scottish pub. Bar area has a pool table, two televisions showing sport during the day on BT sport and Sky Sports. A Jukebox at night for music entertainment. Food is also served in the bar. The Lounge area, has stunning Views of Loch
Great pub with beautiful views over the Loch from the lounge. Very welcoming place with friendly staff.The food here is excellent, all fresh produce and cooked to perfection with a very good choice. Prices are very reasonable considering the quality of the meals. Do not pass this place !
4 based on 1379 reviews
Great food again and such a good atmosphere had the haggis burger so tasty and we were able to take our wee dog Thank you for taking the time to post such a lovely review.I am delighted that you enjoyed your visit with us and I hope to welcome you back in the future.Kind RegardsManagement
5 based on 763 reviews
Seafood restaurant using fresh locally sourced fish, meats and game.
Lovely welcome and service throughout the evening from Amanda and Laura (hope I've remembered that right). Scallops were perfectly cooked and the smoked haddock chowder delicious. We don't adhere to 'white with fish' and the Pinot noir (with a nice 'nudge' from our waitress as i pondered on our choice out loud) was spot on. Whole sea bream beautifully cooked.Fancied some whiskey and wondered what would go with Sticky Toffee pudding. Recommendation from waitress was 'Oban' and was a very nice 'match'The food was wonderful and our 2 waitresses were friendly, attentive, knowledgeable and very professional. Great evening. Hope to return on our next trip
4 based on 179 reviews
We popped in to the Goil Inn whilst visiting the village.Living ânext doorâ in Arrochar, it is nice to have this little gem of a village to visit when the sun is shining.. non sunny days are available too.This was however our first stop off at the Goil pub... First impressions were good, with a polite chap offering us a table by the window - it was packed outside. Drinks order taken, he returned to take our order.. steak sandwich/chips & Mac n Cheese for me, with bacon - never had it with bacon before.. Food was very tasty, with the mac ânâ cheese quite excellent.Three different members of staff visited our table during our visit and all were very pleasant, checking food and enough to drink etc...Really nice visit and we will definitely return again soon... may try a cold wet winter evening next time - I bet itâs a grand atmosphere in the Inn.. Thank youJim & Judith
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