The Oyster Inn
- Telephone 01631 710666
- Food served Mon–Sun noon–2.30pm; 6–9.30pm.
- Website www.oysterinn.co.uk
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On Business? Celebrating a Birthday? Anniversary? Honeymoon? Escaping for a Romantic Occasion?Treat yourselves to an unforgettable experience at the Oyster Inn.Escape for a few days to the west coast, away from the rush and of everyday working life.World Famous Ferryman's with cosy log fire, ales and malts adjacent to the Inn.We offer many different packages available to make your break that little bit special including champagne and flowers in room on arrival, champagne breakfast, anything can be catered for your special break just ask what we can do?The Oyster Inn is a very comfortable relaxing informal hotel at Connel, 5 miles from Oban in an area of outstanding natural beauty with breathtaking scenery. The hotel offers a very high level of accommodation at affordable rates.The Ferryman's Bar is perfect for that well earned drink before going through to the Oyster Inn Restaurant which has impressive views over Loch Etive, to Mull, Lismore and Morven. A great escape to get away from the hustle and bustle of life in a friendly warm comfortable setting. If the landscape does not take your breath away, the hospitality will!The Oyster Inn overlooks the falls of Lora where whirlpools and spectacular white water flows at the ebb and flood tides. The hotel also enjoys magnificent views to the mountains of Movern and Mull and is strategically placed for visiting Argyll's main attractions. It was built originally in the 18th century to serve ferry passengers but the ferry has since been made redundant by the modern road bridge alongside the cantilever railway bridge of 1903Our Bedrooms are comfortable and have wonderful pictures of the locale. There are power showers to die for, ensuring that guests enjoy the ultimate in relaxation! Each Room is named after one of the islands, lochs and rare malt whiskies or bays adjacent.The rooms are furnished in classic creams with DVD and CD players, TV's and radios.If you can resist the charms of the Ferryman's bar then we offer a selection of DVD's to enjoy, Whilst relaxing after a beautiful meal in the Oyster Inn Restaurant, You can also relax in the residents lounge with view over Loch Etive.A friendly welcome in the 18th Century pub next door to the Oyster Inn with mouth-watering food served all day using only the finest local ingredients to accompany the range of ales and malts at one of the most atmospheric pubs on the west coast. Offering a choice of imaginative and exciting dishes prepared fresh to order.Cosy log fire and regular local live music throughout the year. We have a large range of malt whisky available.A popular stop for walkers, divers, canoeists, fisherman and yachting enthusiasts along with tourists wanting traditional Scottish pub atmosphere on the west coast, a busy bar with great character and enriched in history throughout the centuries.The Restaurant caters for light lunches through to fresh caught daily delivered seafood. Scones and cream, chocolate shortbread or fresh, moist cakes for afternoon tea are served daily to the Oyster Inn or traditional fare where simple food is prepared with quality ingredients, drawing together classic cooking techniques with the ever finest seasonal ingredients at the Oyster Inn. Each has its own style but the hallmark is the freshness and flavour.We pride ourselves on our home made desserts which can be enjoyed on there own or with a glass of whisky from our range of over 60.Our Chefs have a reputation for excellence and variety of the dishes they prepare which benefit from the finest, freshest produce from Scotland's larder and in particular from the west coast.The Oyster Inn is a stylish rendezvous where stunning design is combined with a warm atmosphere. Paintings by renowned Argyll and international icon artist Jolomo hang in the restaurant. Selection of wines available to suit any palate and match any plate alternatively enjoy a dram or a Scottish ale.
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