Views to die for. Exceptional seafood. What else to say? Evening meals use freshly caught fish and seafood whist the breakfast kippers set you up for the day ahead.
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The Westward is the 'formal' restaurant at the the Crinan Hotel, with stunning views across Loch Crinan out to Jura. Very comfortable with well-spaced tables. Staff absolutely superb. Service runs at just the right pace. The dishes are pretty straightforward with top-quality produce left to...More
Taken here for my birthday. Raining when we arrived but warm welcome at the hotel reception. Nice lunch on the adjacent coffee shop, then when rain stopped a walk along the canal towpath before heading back for dinner. Dinner was 7 courses at £45pp with...More
Thank you so glad you enjoyed it ,the views are amazing and of course the food equally so.
We were staying the hotel and had dinner in the restaurant. Fantastic views with a fantastic set menu of local seafood.
Thank you we are so pleased you enjoyed your stay and our amazingly freshly landed seafood.
Amazing seafood stew is back on the menu - and not to be missed - make sure you order before going to look at the view outside as it runs out fast!
It was a more than 30 years since I last visited this area, & it hasn't changed. The seafood was delicious well worth visiting, the staff superb & very accommodating. You cannot get fresher seafood, caught that day. The Seafood Stew was plentiful, very tasty...More
A lovely location overlooking sea and hills plus Crinan Canal Terminus. Simple cafe style tables which can be joined up for a larger family group. Good menu & delicious plates of food. Friendly & helpful staff.
We ate at the seafood bar not the restaurant. it was fantastic recommend the scallops. They serve white wine by the glass (choice of 4) and have peroni on draught. Very reasonable priced.
Top cooking that recognises that good ingredients don't need fuss or adornment. Quiet room with wonderful sea views, and service from charming and attentive staff.
We arrived at 6pm to find the restaurant was fully booked so we ate in the bar. The tables seemed crammed in to a small space and they were the most uncomfortable seats ever! The twice baked soufflé starter was good, but the smoked haddock...More
Just noticed this these guests were not in the Westward Restaurantas we never have smoked haddock on that menu,