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The Anderson

Union Street, FORTROSE, IV10 8TD

On the beautiful Black Isle to the north of Inverness, this striking black-and-white painted pub enjoys a tranquil seaside setting; a short walk from its door passes the gaunt, ruined cathedral before happening on the picturesque harbour at Fortrose, with sweeping views across the Moray Firth. Nearby Chanonry Point lighthouse is renowned as one of the best places from which to watch the dolphins in the Firth. But why leave an inn famed for its classic range of finest Scottish microbrewery beers, vast array of Belgian beers and 230 single malts selected by American proprietor Jim Anderson? The 'global cuisine' created with freshest Scottish produce is equally comprehensive. Aberdeen beef, West Coast seafood and Highland game are amongst ingredients on the daily-changing menu: seafood chowder or fried ravioli are typical starters, followed perhaps by Stornoway guinea fowl (stuffed with Munro's white pudding) and creamy leek and cider sauce. You could finish with apple rhubarb crumble tartlet with vanilla ice cream.

Further information

Tel: 01381 620236
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

Rotating ales


All week


mid Nov-mid Dec & 25 Dec


Children welcome.
Dog friendly.
No coach parties catered.



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From Inverness take A9 N signed Wick. Right onto B9161 signed Munlochy, Cromarty & A832. At T-junct right onto A832 to Fortrose

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