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Visited this pub whilst up seeing friends. The tavern and the people inside were very welcoming and friendly. We stayed there all evening and had a brilliant time. The juke box was put on and everyone had a great time singing along.
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Cycled the North Coast 500 route at the start of August and stayed in Fortrose on our final night at Wilma's B&B which was excellent. (Saturday 5th August)
Went to find a pub for a drink on the Saturday evening and went into the Union...More
Called in after being away and out of circulation for many years to find that the patrons were as friendly and welcoming as ever. Hospitality from staff and patrons was exceptional with all keen to advise on the tourist information which one would want. Well...More
Stopped in for a quick pint and was made to feel very welcome. The lady on the bar was very interested to hear about where we are from and the locals were lovely. The beer was really good and very cold, which was prefect as...More
Went in on a wet Saturday and found a warm welcome - a real roasting fire, and a good lively bit of chat. There was sport on the tv and good lively football banter - mostly around the Ross County score (won 2-1). Jamie and...More
My husband Jim and I went into the Union Tavern on Snday and had a lovely welcome, We ordered drinks at the bar and P whom we had not met before, paid for them! We then met K who works at Raigmore in the admin....More
Camping in Fortrose and came across great local pub, locals very friendly. Staff also great fun, but barmaid at night was always outside for a gag and not once did she wash her hands when she came back in. Spoiled the experience for us.