Gairloch (/ˈɡɛərlɒx/ GAIR-lokh; Scottish Gaelic: Geàrrloch Scottish Gaelic pronunciation: [ˈkʲaːrˠl̪ˠɔx], meaning "Short Loch") is a village, civil parish and community on the shores of Loch Gairloch in Wester Ross, in the North-West Highlands of Scotland. A popular tourist destination in the summer months, Gairloch has a golf course, a small museum, several hotels, a variety of shops, chinese and fish and chip takeaways, a community centre, a leisure centre with sports facilities, a local radio station, beaches and nearby mountains. Gairloch is one of the principal villages on the North Coast 500 route.
Things to do in Gairloch
3 based on 55 reviews
We really enjoyed a huge bowl of potato, onion and peas soup, it warmed the cockles and filled you with tasty nourishment a crusty bread roll would have been preferred to the sliced bread but overall a good meal..
Pastries and coffee looked and smelled good that's for sure,
Welcome was not the friendliest.
4 based on 389 reviews
I last visited this Inn two years ago. At that point the owner reported that he and his wife intended to sell up, so we expected some changes. In the event, they remain in charge, although they were not there when we visited. Six of us took pot luck, appearing in three different cars from three different directions, but all arriving in roughly the same time frame. We were just in time. The place filled up very suddenly, clearly being well renowned and commonly enjoyed. There seemed to be just one waitress on duty, but she coped magnificently with great goodwill. And we enjoyed a good pub lunch (fish and chips for four, fish pie for one and macaroni cheese for the last). A thoroughly enjoyable visit, made all the better because of the magical scenery
3.5 based on 405 reviews
We "dropped on" this bar/restaurant by chance as it is off the main road but we were glad we found it! As with all bars etc around this northern remote part of Scotland, pub lunches are not cheap as there is not loads of business to keep them going. Accordingly, to survive the food has to be good, and it was! There are loads of different menus' to choose from and my wife and I had steak panini's which were accompanied with fries and salad. We thoroughly enjoyed the meal which was washed down with a pint of best!
Dogs welcome in the bar area!!
4.5 based on 230 reviews
Fresh local seafood and traditional Scottish dishes, all cooked and prepared by our talented local chefs from locally sourced venison, fish and fresh produce . Hugh selection of Scottish Gins and Whiskys, great choice in mixers, excellent house wines and comprehensive wine list. Main menu plus changing specials board. Open for breakfast, morning coffee, lunches and Sunday Roasts, afternoon cream teas and evening meals, open to non residents. Fantastic views from the loch side Terrace, and both restaurants. Can cater for parties and functions, wakes, christenings, weddings, please phone for information. Open from 7.30am until late. Booking recommended during the summer months.
We have slowly worked through the menu at Myrtle Bank and every selection was good. The portion sizes are very generous, the salads are ultra fresh and even the vegetarian choices are really tasty. Personally recommend roast beef, roast pork, lamb shank, veg Wellington and veg lasagne plus black pudding starter but other choices brilliant too!
4.5 based on 420 reviews
Pleasant bar and restaurant serving breakfast , lunch and dinner . Lovely views over to the Isle of Skye. Average prices . Snack menu .Childrens menu.Coffee lounge. Outside Seating for 30 people. Free wifi for customers. HOURS ARE : Monday through Saturday 10 till 4 pm SUNDAY CLOSED
Giving this a three star only for the food and beautiful scenery which was pleasing to the eye. We had soup and fish followed by coffee and tea. However how we were spoken to was completely out of character from the taste of the surroundings and unacceptable in any environment which gives hospitality as an important part of its business.
Having said this the food saved and comfortable surroundings saved the day.
3.5 based on 101 reviews
Staying at hotel so not much choice but to eat here. Booked table on checking in and instead of eating in the fab looking dinning room, we were told to take a reserved table in the bar with plastic table top. Shame as not as nice.
We had the burger and sea bass and it was ok. Not much to say.
Next day had breakfast in the nice dinning room which was good but slow.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Received such a warm welcome when we weren't sure if the restaurant was open to non members. Sat outside on the picnic bench tables overlooking stunning scenery of the bay and beach in glorious autumn Sunshine and temperatures into the 20's! The down to earth Scottish hospitality from these two ladies who served a wonderful and very reasonably priced lunch, was a credit. Highly recommended - simply perfect, thankyou very much.
5 based on 249 reviews
Bridge Cottage Cafe is under new ownership and management. Completely refurbished, Ana and Manu offer delicious Galician baking as well as local favourites. Wherever possible, all food is organic and sourced locally. Special diets including vegans and gluten free can be catered for on request.
On holiday in Poolewe and discovered this small cafe with amazing cakes. A few tables with chairs inside but possible to sit outside too if warm and dry enough. Polite ladies. Creamy coffee and a variety of to die for cakes. Have many times can I come please?
3.5 based on 351 reviews
This cafe is recommended by Lonely Planet and could be fantastic. The view is good, The food looked good and some tasted good. I ma prompted ot review becase the service was very bad. The women in charge who I believe is the owner was one fo the grumpier people we met on a 5month tour of Europe. She was loudly critical of and to the young man working there, she was unwelcoming and ignored much of what we said to her. The coffee was ok but made with reluctance and an offhand attitude. We felt as if we were intruding in her space and a real nuisance -- at 11 am !!. We had driven out of the way to get to a place which we felt would be special place for a coffee. It was but in all the wrong ways. We are New Zealanders who do not normally complain but this place was worth complaining about.
On the Main Street in Gairloch this cozy little coffee shop is attached to a bookstore and has a glass sun porch in the back overlooking the water. Coffees and home made baked goods are both good.
4 based on 81 reviews
This establishment is I new hands. Ignore all previous reviews, the fish is beautiful a d there are many other options , haggis and scampi to name just two. I have no reservation in highly recommending this slightly hidden away fish and chip shop.It was very busy when we visited last week but every effort was made to give a speedy service.Only open in the evening.
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