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Full Postal AddressStrathcarron Hotel, STRATHCARRON, IV54 8YR [Map]
Telephone Number01520 722227Pub's Own Websitehttp://www.strathcarronhotel.com/ 
Opening Times11-23 MO-SU
FacilitiesAccommodation, Car Park, Evening Meals, Real Fire, Beer Garden, Lunchtime Meals, Rail Station Near Pub, Campsite At / Near Pub


The Strathcarron Hotel, December 1999

Good pubs are unfortunately still few and far between in the North of Scotland though they do seem to be rather well represented in this guide. There's nothing worse though than a bad pint of beer after an excellent days walking or climbing and there's little danger of that happening in the bar at this hotel. Easy to find, it's on the A890 road from Lochcarron to Kyle of Localsh and the Isle of Skye. It's also right next to Strathcarron station and is worth stopping at if you've time before catching the train on the scenic 'Kyle line' hauled by a....errr....what was it again Phil? Great views too across the loch though it was all looking a little grey while we were there in late December.

Great beer on offer including at least one from the Skye brewery, Red Cuillin while we were there. They're open all day, even Sundays and serve a wide range of decent food during most of their opening hours too. We glanced at their menu and are definitely planning to call in again for a proper meal.

Good quality accommodation is available in the hotel and there's also camping very close by with the hotel allowing campers access to all of the hotel's facilities. Good pool table too.




 
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