GLENUIG INN ~ Sound of Arisaig ~ West Coast of Scotland

...the great base for doing things...

Staying With Us

Standard En-suite Room

En-suite rooms

Please note, we do not subscribe to any 3rd party booking websites or similar, despite what some are currently claiming, as we prefer to arrange your stay direct with you, ensuring we provide you with the most appropriate accommodation for your requirements.

Accommodation is provided in our modern en-suite rooms, all suitable for couples, families or small groups. Our six En-suite rooms all have bath and showers facilities.

We have furnished our large En-suite rooms with the following combinations:

  • Double and Bunk beds (max 4 persons)
  • Twin and Bunk beds (max 4 persons)
  • Triple and 2 Bunk beds (max 7 persons)
  • Double and 2 Single beds (max 4 persons)

All rooms are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and colour TV.

Travel Cots are available on request

En-suite Bunkhouse


Our Bunkhouse is equipped with 9 single beds and 2 en-suite shower rooms.
We take bookings for the whole room or by the bed, so can accommodate you whether you are part of a group or travelling solo.
Please note that all the beds are single beds (no bunks!) and we include linen, towel and breakfast in the tariff.

We also have 2 en-suite rooms suitable for bunkhouse type useage, with a twin and bunk or triple and 2 x bunks, so can cater for groups of 4 to 20 in bunkhouse style accommodation. Large group rates on request.

Unless you book the Bunkhouse exclusively for your group, it is restricted to persons aged 18 or over.

Our Menu

At Glenuig Inn, we provide a regularly changing, high quality, seasonal menu that makes full use of the bountiful larder on our doorstep, and there's something for everyone.

You’re likely to find a choice of seafood dishes reflecting our coastal location; a selection of our own smoked delicacies; the best of Lochaber field and game, and fresh vibrant vegetables from around Scotland.

Every dish is clearly marked Vegetarian (V), Vegan (Vn), Nut-free (N), Gluten-free (G) or Dairy-free (D) and other options are available. Our full menu is available All day, Every day, All year from 12 noon to 9pm.

Sample Menu


Cullen Skink (N)
The traditional Scottish favourite, a rich broth of smoked haddock, potatoes, and leeks.

Hebridean Blue Cheese Brûlée (V,N,G)
A savoury brûlée, packed with the flavour of Mull’s famous blue cheese, served with peach chutney, caramelised peaches, gooseberry sauce, and oatcakes.

Chicken & Smoked Ham Hough Terrine (N)
Studded with smoked ham and capers, this chicken terrine packs a punch! Served on fresh salad, with spiced tomato chutney, micro-herbs, and sourdough bread.

Crab Cocktail (N)
Locally caught crab, dressed in a mildly spicy Marie Rose sauce and chopped dill, parsley and chervil. Served with pickled vegetables, micro-herbs, and toasted croutons.

Salmon Rillettes (N,G)
A decadent paté using our home smoked salmon. Hot smoked, cold smoked, and roast salmon rolled and served with fresh leaves, pickled cucumbers, and a dill and cucumber dressing.


Pan-Fried Halibut (G)
Our signature seafood dish: a bed of pesto, sweet potato and fresh mussels support the star of the show – the majestic halibut. Seasoned to perfection and complemented by a dill and cucumber dressing.

Roasted Rump of Lamb (N,G)
Beautiful Scottish lamb served on a broad bean purée and accompanied by potato dauphinoise, haggis bullets, broad beans, and finished with a deeply rich mint jus.

West Coast Mussels (N)
Our sourced locally mussels are cooked simply in a creamy, white wine and parsley sauce with plenty of rye bread to dip in.

Pan-Seared Sea Bass (N,G)
We serve this delicate white fish with crisped skin on a potato and courgette rosti. The supporting cast include fresh pea sauce, Kintyre smoked mussels, and pea shoots.

Barley Risotto (V,N)
Our take on the perennial Italian classic. This is a rich, creamy risotto is packed full of seasonal vegetables and finished with Dunsyre blue cheese.


Glenuig Cranachan (N,G)
Our interpretation of the Scottish classic: a honey pannacotta with raspberry coulis, whisky jelly, oat crumble, and a caramel oat brittle.

Orange & Almond Cake (N,V,G)
Bittersweet orange sponge served with a dark chocolate ganache, marmalade ice cream, and crystallised orange peel.

Clootie Dumpling (V)
A traditional Scottish pudding rich with mixed fruit and spices, complemented with Drambuie custard and vanilla ice cream.

Scottish Cheese Selection (V,G)

Chef’s choice of Scottish cheeses from our wide selection. Paired with fresh fruit, chutney, and oatcakes.

Trio of Ice Cream
Why not try some of our home made ice creams? In our ever changing and wide selection, you’re likely to find such gems as peanut butter, Nutella, whisky cake, St Clements, Pimms cocktail, as well as classic favourites of fruit and vanilla, and many more besides!

The Bar

Real Ales (no man-made gases or chemicals), Natural Soft Drinks (no colouring or additives), Natural Mixers (no chemical tainting), Quaffable Wines (all organic) and Lots of Scottish Single Malts and Gins (no comment!) . . .

All our ales and ciders are brewed in Scotland, and we are proud to sell draught Scottish Stout, Bitter, and Pale Ales; we even have a Lager style Ale for those preferring the continental taste. As well as draught Cider, we also have a range of bottled fruit and flavoured Ciders to complement our extensive range of bottled Real Ales.
At the last count we had over 30 different soft drinks and mixers, and not one of them has any artificial flavouring, sweetener or chemical additive.
We have deliberately turned away from the ubiquitous and mundane, away from artificial additives and global corporates. We are focused on providing real taste, real flavour and a real alternative, and we trust you too will enjoy this refreshing approach to refreshment . . . 


So as to ensure no-one is disappointed whilst staying with us, or visiting us, we publish some guidelines as to the standards of behaviour expected of our guests and visitors.
We do not tolerate swearing, lewd or abusive behaviour or any form of behaviour deemed to be anti-social by any guests or staff. We are not under any obligation to serve alcohol to visitors or guests, whoever they may be and under whatever guise they may have booked accommodation.
We provide facilities suitable for individuals, couples, families, friends and groups to enjoy the outdoors, and to be able to relax and enjoy a civilised meal and drink, and will not change this policy; in the opposite, we are forthright in enforcing this policy and reserve the right to remove offenders from the premises, whether or not they may have booked accommodation.
The Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 applies to all.