Visited Glenuig Inn as part of our kayaking holiday. It is set in a stunning and peaceful location - all you can hear is the sea and the sheep! Although the Inn is a haven for kayakers wanting a little luxury and freshen up, it is welcoming to all. Steve, the owner, is friendly and informative and there is the option to try kayaking if you haven't before - be warned though, you will be hooked as you couldn't get a better place to explore by canoe. We were looked after by Chris, waitress, bar maid, cleaner and general Girl Friday! She visited the Inn on a kayaking holiday and loved it so much, she came to stay and work!
The Inn is beautifully designed inside with a fresh, comtemporary feel but has cosy touches like a wood burning stove in the dining room. The bar is a beautiful carved wooden creation. The food is lovely - all home cooked using good quality produce, and there is a great selection of real ales and interesting wines. Thankfully they don't serve Coke, choosing to offer the Fentimans and Belvoir Farm range of soft drinks. Don't expect paninis and chips either, the lunch selection is a range of 'boards' like a Ghillies Board featuring smoked fish or a Stalkers Board withlocally smoked game - yum! There are also curries and a range of other mouth watering dishes.
The rooms are lovely and spacious and have a bath as well as a shower - wonderful for the weary kayaker. There is also a bunkhouse which is alot nicer than normal bunkhouses that sleep eight, and a drying room.
Although we didn't bring our dogs, the Inn is dog friendly and Isla, the resident Belgian Shepherd is a delight.
This place ticked all the boxes for us and we can't wait to come back, along with our kayaks (and maybe even our dogs) and enjoy more than one night here.
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