Had a very nice meal here. I would recommend it to families as they have a children's menu. Two minutes walk from the station. Then walk down to the harbour to watch the seals. Excellent.
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We were on a day trip on the Jacobite ( Hogwarts Express) and I reserved a table ahead of time as 100+ people suddenly descend on Mallaig at once. This was a great location just around the corner from the station. Classic Scottish hotel exterior...More
This restaurant is worth the short hike up Davies Brae in Mallaig. Pleasant setting, excellent food and waitstaff. Full sampling of local ales. Try the Cullen Skink!
We booked prior to our week in Mallaig. On arrival we were told to choose a table. It was quiet for 7pm on a Saturday evening. We chose a booth the air was cold therefor felt unwelcoming. We had scallops to start which were excellent...More
We where on holiday in Scotland and had planned a trip to Mallaig, had seen details about your restaurant, the reviews are correct What an amazing place, lovely decor, amazing staff and food, perfect We had a tough decision choosing our food as everything sounded...More
My husband and I are vegetarians and we've eaten quite a few vegeburgers over the years. However, we both agreed that the vegeburger and chips at the Chlachain Inn were the BEST we'd ever tasted! Unique and delicious!
If arriving on the Jacobite, hot-foot it straight to the Chlachain Inn (right turn out of the station on Station Road then first right again at Davies Brae and up the hill) while others are milling around, and the chances are you will get a...More
Had a lovely birthday meal at the Clachain Inn and spoiled ourselves with the fish platter and bottle of bubbly. Expensive but delicious fresh fish, great variety and huge portion. Served with bread and salad, although some chips would perhaps have been nice too. The...More
We travelled to Mallaig on the Jacobite steam train and with 2 hours to fill in we wanted lunch. Checked trip advisor and found Chlachain inn with good results. Hidden at the top of the hill we were welcomed in by opps sorry forgot your...More