Review on Creggans Inn
On a clear day you can see for miles across the waters of Loch Fyne from this remote but eminently comfortable inn. Lovers of the great outdoors are attracted by the vast expanses of open country surrounding the pub, and there are free moorings for those who prefer messing about in boats.
New owners the MacLellan family are now at the helm, but little else has changed. Light lunches and suppers are served in the convivial cocktail bar, and fish is a good bet – anything from haddock and chips to grilled fillet of salmon with pea purée and balsamic syrup might be on offer. Alternatively, try venison sausages with Arran mustard mash or steak and ale pie.
The restaurant is open for dinner, and you can sample imaginative modern cooking in a setting of terracotta walls and antique prints, with picture windows overlooking the garden and the loch. Typical dishes might include pigeon breast with beetroot and orange salad and caramelised walnuts, grilled sea bass with wilted spinach, red wild rice and vermouth cream sauce, and desserts such as warm hazelnut tart with heather honey ice cream. Real ales, a decent choice of wines and malt whiskies galore complete the picture.
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Modern Scottish / Gastro pub
Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 7.00 - 8.30pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card