Relaxed family-run bar/restaurant on a sea loch shore
At a glance
AA Pick of the Pubs
The piermaster once lived in this distinctive whitewashed building on the shores of Loch Linnhe but, although he has moved on, nothing has altered the grand views across the channel of water called the Lynn of Lorne to the islands of Lismore and Mull. Belhaven ales, 50 malt whiskies and dishes like their langoustine platter and Highland game pie help to make the Ferry Bar a popular spot in this pretty little fishing village. In the award-winning, loch-facing restaurant a three-course dinner might begin with West Coast scallops, then roast saddle of Scottish venison; or seared salmon fillet and langoustine-baked fishcake. For dessert, try the clotted cream and lemon cheesecake. Stay overnight in an individually designed bedroom with superb loch views.