•   Home  •  About This Guide  •  Bookshop  •  Latest News  •  Contact  •
   FIND PUBS     >> By Maps    >> By County    >> Full List    >> New Entries
 
 
» Scotland » Clachnaharry Inn, Inverness 

Full Postal AddressClachnaharry Inn, 17-19 High Street, Clachnaharry, INVERNESS, IV3 8RB [Map]
Telephone Number01463 239806Pub's Own Website 
Opening Times11-23 MO-WE; 11-00 TH-SA; 12:30-23:45 SU
FacilitiesEvening Meals, Real Fire, Beer Garden, Lunchtime Meals, Quiet Bar, Campsite At / Near Pub


The Clachnaharry Inn, January 2000

This pub's a 17th Century coaching inn on the main A862 road to Beauly a couple of miles north west of the centre of Inverness. The pub offers fine views northward from the small beer garden at the rear. The garden overlooks the Far North railway line which goes to Thurso, Wick and Kyle of Localsh. It also overlooks the sea loch at the end of the Caledonian canal with the Beauly Firth and Black Isle behind.

We found the staff in the pub friendly and helpful. The pub has several bars though we sat in the lounge overlooking the Beauly Firth. Beer from the local Tomintoul brewery was available as well as a couple of guest beers which included Red Cuillin from the Skye Brewery. All were in excellent condition. They also have a house beer which they call Clachnaharry Village Ale on sale too though I've forgotten who brews that one.

If you fancy some good reasonably priced food then the Clachnaharry is a must. They offer everything from stovies made on the premises to herring with oatmeal in parsley butter. We had an excellent meal there one weekday lunchtime. Bar meals are served all day up until something like 10pm.

All in all a great pub offering well-kept real ale with a clear emphasis on small Scottish microbreweries and straightforward Scottish food at prices that won't 'break the bank.' Local CAMRA Town Pub of the Year 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002, and Scottish CAMRA Pub of the Year 2001.




 
Scotland's True Heritage Pubs: Pub Interiors of Special Historic Interest,
CAMRA members, 2007
An invaluable guide to 115 of the country's most unspoilt pubs and their unique interiors, many of which have altered little in the past 40 years or so.

Bar Secrets Edinburgh,
M Matthews, 2006
Features 52 bars, one for every week of the year.

The Glasgow Pub Companion,
R Kenna, 2002
An updated edition of the companion to over 200 of Glasgow's pubs which encompasses the old, the traditional and the newer style bar/cafes. Biographical details of each are accompanied by a photograph (often with interiors) and ratings for entertainment, wine selection, food and ale.

Glasgow's Pubs and Publicans,
J Gorevan, 2002
Thoroughly researched guide to Glasgows pubs and publicans

The Hidden Inns of the South of Scotland,
J Billing & R Peace, 2000
This title covers the major regions of Southern Scotland - Borders, Dumfries and Galloway, Ayrshire, Lanarkshire, Lothians, Renfrewshire, in and around Glasgow, in and around Edinburgh, Stirlingshire, Perth and Kinross, Fife, Angus and Argyle and Bute.

Edinburgh & Leith Pub Guide,
S McHardy, 2000
Independent and thoroughly researched book full of information on over 200 pub. There are maps and 12 pub trails to follow.

Best Pub Walks Around Edinburgh,
D Hunter, 2000
Each of the 26 walks in this guide starts and finishes at a pub and range from three to ten miles through a variety of countryside

Best Pub Walks Around Glasgow,
D Hunter, 1999
26, circular, assorted walks from 3 to 10 miles with a selection of sights and delights to tempt even the most confirmed 'cityphile' beyond the urban limits. Plenty of good food and beer to be had at one of the hospitable pubs along the way.

 
More pub books ....


 

LinksAcknowledgementsPress Reviews
© Copyright Dr Ant Veal 1997-2008