We popped in here for a drink whilst staying at the nearby Loch Long Hotel with a view to eating here later in the week. We had been recommended this venue by our coach driver. One of our party is disabled and the attitude of the young man on our arrival was brusque. As it was raining we did not want to leave the mobility scooter outside and asked if we could leave it in the entrance area - a curt ' no' was advised. We were told we could take it into the bar which we did, however the bar was busy and it was difficult to manoeuvre the scooter. We closed the door temporarily to help us move the scooter to be told ' that's a fire door it needs to stay open'. We did not feel welcome at all.
We can't comment on the food as we only called in for a drink although the menu looked varied, inviting and reasonably priced. The restaurant had a sign saying ' fully booked' although at 2100 hours there were still tables free - it may be that meals are not served after a certain time to be fair to the establishment.
The young girl serving at the bar was friendly and chatty - it was shame her male counterpart who we first encountered was less customer focussed. Remember first impressions count and our first impression resulted in us not wanting to return.