We stumbled upon Luss and the Coach House on a damp September Saturday, and later read that Luss is one of the prettiest villages in Scotland - we agreed. The Coach House on a at lunch time was busy, with a welcome fire and a very friendly waiter who to our surprise and pleasure showed us to a table. The setting is authentic, with sturdy wooden tables, soft furnishing and trendy tartan crockery, which we learned had been made in the area. The menu choices are superb, ranging from 4 flavours of soup, the names of which we noticed the staff had trouble remembering, superb cakes, and substantial sandwiches. The bill for two coffees, soup and a sandwich came to £16. Though it didn't quite rank as high as the Pavillion Tea Rooms we love so dearly at home, we were glad to have stopped here and would recommend The Coach House.
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