I call in Aros every time I visit Skye (which is every year); it has a lot to offer, but doesn't always make the most of that opportunity. It's as if it's not quite sure of itself, what it wants to be...a cinema, theatre, exhibition centre, information centre (although they couldn't correctly tell me where the Highland Council archive was located), book shop, gift shop and café/restaurant.
Well, as place to grab a bite to eat, especially on a rainy day, it's fine...although everyone else will have the same idea. The food is middle of the road, and value for money; the book shop is a bit hit and miss, very long on mainstream books about clan and family history, wildlife, walking, but a bit lacking on light reading...maybe it's not meant for that???!!!
I still call in, I always will, even though the WiFi is not as good as it used to be. But it can leave you a bit confused.