Food and drink

The Glenelg Inn is a traditional Highland Inn where the fire always roars and a warm welcome from Sheila and her team awaits. Lunch and dinner daily, regular music nights, quiz nights in winter months, booking essential.

Attached to the village hall in Glenelg, Way Out West is the place for coffee, cake and homemade lunches. With a selection of books and games, and the footfall from friendly neighbours and holiday makers alike, it’s also a place to browse and buy work from local craft makers.

Eòlach offers tasting menus at its communal table (booking essential) and takeaway from The Shed.

At the end of the road in Corran, Sheena’s Tea Hut caters for snacking day trippers with large and small meals alike.

Beyond the brochs is the local brewery and tap house, The Dun Inn. There’s usually two beers on draught and you can buy bottles to take away with you.

In the same neck of the woods as the brewery you will find The Wagon Cafe where a yurt provides cover if it rains whilst you have coffee and cake. A nearby honesty box takes contributions for seasonal vegetables and salads.