The Inn at Inverbeg is a stylish, contemporary Inn, completely redesigned following a multi million pound refurbishment in 2008. It first opened in 1814, and has retained its traditional charm ever since.
Set back on the A82, The Inn at Inverbeg was named AA pub of the Year 2009/2010 and winner of a gold medal for bar food at the Scottish Hotel Awards 2010. The Inn's fish and whisky bar/restaurant, Mr C's, is renowned for its traditional fish and chips, along with Buccleuch steaks and burgers. It is a relaxed experience (order at the bar or take away). Enjoy a selection of 250 whiskies, 30 wines, by the glass, and a quality choice of real ales. Scottish hospitality continues at the weekends with traditional live folk music (April-Nov).
A long established hostelry continuing to offer a warm welcome, friendly staff and freshly prepared good food, with the emphasis on local sourcing wherever possible, and an impressive array of whiskies to sample.
Cullen Skink with toasted bloomer bread: "An attractive presentation with the steaming bowlful set on a paper lined, wooden tray, with two slices of toasted seeded bloomer bread alongside." "A rich creamy stock crammed with pieces of smoked haddock and cubed potato, enlivened by finely chopped onion." "Good quality seeded bread, crisply toasted and in sufficient quantity for the large bowl of soup." "Quality produce handled with care."