When you fancy a change from dining at Rhumhor then you have a range of places to visit for a lovely lunchtime or evening meal.  In Argyll we are fortunate to have award winning restaurants and the best of locally produced Scottish fare.  Below is a brief summary of some of the places to eat in the local area, click on the title of each place to open up their webpage.

 The Goil Inn Eating and Drinking in Lochgoilhead 
While the tranquility of Loch Goil offers splendid isolation it does not mean you will be short of local places to eat and drink.   The Goil Inn has a traditional bar and offers restuarant meals – it is dog friendly.  Very nice bar meals and snacks can be found at Drimsynie’s Rob Roy Lounge while the Fireside Bar is adult only and shows live sport and at weekends has acoustic nights.
  Loch Fyne Oyster Bar
The Loch Fyne Oyster bar is famous and deservedly so. Their food is delicious, a wonderful array of fresh fish and seafood – from traditional fish and chips to a beautiful smoked salmon platter, and of course oysters! The orignal Oyster bar is the perfect place for a great lunch or evening meal and just a 30 minute drive from Rhumhor.
  Inver Cottage Restaurant
This is a warm and welcoming restored croft situated on the beautiful shores of Lachlan Bay, Loch Fyne.  It is a perfect place to unwind and sample superb cooking using local produce.
  The Portavadie Marina & Restaurant
This striking building houses a welcoming bar and restaurant overlooking the adjacent marina. The delicious menu incorporates much locally sourced produce, freshly prepared and presented in interesting yet recognisable form. Portions are hearty and children are encouraged to sample from the main selection.
  The Village Inn, Arrochar 
The Village Inn’s comfortable, homely atmosphere with open log fires provides the ideal setting to enjoy a relaxing drink or bar meal.
  Creggans Inn Restaurant
This award winning restuarant offers fine dining and fine views. Their 2 AA Rosette menus use only the finest seasonal local produce.
  The George Hotel Inveraray
The George has always had an enviable reputation for ambience, friendliness and its cuisine. With its original solid stone flagstoned floors and four roaring log and peat fires, the George is a lively haunt for both local characters and visitors alike with a wide choice of real ales, 100 malt whiskies and an extensive wine list.
  Livingstones World Food Bistro Dunoon
Livingstones world food bistro adds an eclectic twist to world flavours using the finest quality ingredients that Scotland has to offer.
  The Stagecoach Inn, Cairndow
At the Inn you will find the Stables Restaurant, with old-world charm, beamed ceiling, candlelight and beautiful views over the loch from the conservatory.  Evening menus are available and feature superbly prepared dishes.  A lovely real fire in the winter and a dog friendly bar.
  The Oystercatcher Pub
The Oystercatcher pub restaurant is located on the beach on the East shore of Loch Fyne giving breathtaking views across the landscape.  The pub and restaurant serve high quality food in a relaxed atmosphere with first class service.  They also have award winning real ales from the Loch Fyne Ales brewery.

Dining In
While Rhumhor is perfectly equipped for a self catering holiday, you may wish to have a night without cooking. Perhaps you are visiting to celebrate a special occasion and would like a meal prepared or maybe you’d just like a meal on your first night after your journey here. We have a choice of options for in-house dining, from food prepared and delivered to Rhumhor, a pre-prepared buffet or your own personal chef cooking for you in the house. Please enquire for details.

Celebrating a birthday while you are staying at Rhumhor? Contact us for details of a local baker for that special birthday cake.