This lovely inn dates back from the Jacobite Rising and is approached by the short crossing via the famous ‘Bridge over the Atlantic’. The rustic interior within the Bar of the Inn is ‘L’ shaped with high seating
and a coal burning stove set within stonework. The restaurant has been fully refurnished, very spacious with ambient lighting and separate entrance. The views are spectacular both from inside and
outside. The garden grounds are well laid out and are perfect for outside ceremonies etc. They also have their own resident hair stylist.