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All reviews scotch egg lamb soup pie game terrine brown bread ice cream sandwiches mussels gastro pub local hotel excellent food and great service highly recommend this establishment lovely room fyne ales stopped for lunch nice surroundings on tap
A last minute decision to come for lunch and I'm glad we did. 2nd time we have been and will definitely be back. Food was just as good as the 1st time we were there. Delicious fresh food. Even the side salad doesn't disappoint.The staff...are lovely nothing too much trouble. Will be back and definitely passing the word on.More
Immaculate. Amazing food. Great decor. Super comfy beds. Lovely atmosphere. Super friendly staff and best breakfast you could ask for. You couldn’t ask for any more...if you are ANYWHERE near... STAY. (Make sure you don’t miss out on breakfast or dinner). Simply a gem.
Our room was cosy, comfortable, and immaculate, with a coffee machine and fresh milk if required. Food, served in the very pleasant bar/restaurant was very good. Proprietors and staff were all friendly, helpful and efficient. Our short stay was a pleasure from start to finish.
We were staying in the area for a couple of nights and decided to have dinner on the second night. Although it was a Wednesday booking was essential. We were able to have the last table that was available. Lovely cosy feel to the inn...and the staff were very attentive and helpful. We opted for the Mussels for our starter and my word - they were terrific. These were large Mussels cooked with garlic and bacon in a white wine sauce Yum - Yum. We thought they may have been landed in oban but Phil mentioned that they were from the Shetlands. Apparently Oban Mussels at this time of year are a lot smaller and not as tasty. Our main course was fishy as well - haddock. Cooked in a beer batter. Delightful. Comments from other patrons were all as positive as ours. Phil and Pipa have been at the Inn for approximately 3 years and I do hope they will be they for a few more years to come so that we can enjoy another meal with them.More
Stopped for lunch here whilst staying at a local hotel. Even though it was after 2.30pm and they’d stopping serving good but made an exception and we had an excellent lunch. Food was great, staff helpful and the ambience really welcome. Would definitely recommend it.
This was truly an amazing few days staying at the Kilchrenan Inn. Room was so lovely, staff every so friendly and the food was excellent.
We were celebrating our wedding anniversary so looking for somewhere cozy and remote - wow this was it!!
Thank you...to all the team - Phil and Pipa, Celine, Izzy and Sebastian.
Attention to detail and customer service from the moment we arrived until our departure was exceptional - thank you for making it so special for us both!More
Everything about The Kilchrenan Inn exceeded our expectations. Our room was so well put together and the fitting and fixtures beautiful-you can really tell this is a passion project down to the tap/shower and even the bins! It was cosy and inviting when we arrived,...we slept like babies in the plush bed and the shower in the morning was bliss-1000x better than our home shower! Everyone we met were super friendly and helpful-very relaxed and nothing was too much trouble. Can’t even begin to talk about the food-genuinely out of this world and way beyond anything we expected. We had the rack of lamb and the chicken, ham and tarragon pie and it was one of the best meals we have ever eaten. Will absolutely be returning- Thank you so much!More
We stayed for one night July 2020, mid-pandemic. Scotland had just opened up to visitors and we were given a warm welcome despite all the COVID precautions the owners took. The room was sizeable and appeared to have been recently refurbed. Dinner was amazing -...great food and great service - and breakfast was equally good. The chef and owner paid attention to every detail, which was much appreciated in difficult times. Lovely people and well worth a visit.More