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Bridge of Orchy Hotel, Bridge Of Orchy

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user reviews of the Bridge of Orchy Hotel, Bridge Of Orchy

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Good ale in otherwise typical Scottish country hotel bar. Fine as a place for a quick refreshment. I was there in the afternoon and it was quiet - it might well be livelier in the evening. Nothing wrong with it, which is a positive recommendation in the north of Scotland (and I say this as a Scot).
newbury_drinker - 29 Aug 2011 11:59
Superb food, and very reasonably priced. Good ale too. Only complaints- a bit dark inside and annoying tvs on
steve_on_tour - 4 Jul 2008 13:36
Good for the Bunkhouse too. I met two great girls here, a good night was had by all!!!
mineisalandlord - 10 Oct 2006 11:35
A welcome stop for any walker on the West Highland Way. As an isolated pub, could have rested on its laurels, but with excellent food and well-kept ales, earns its keep very well. Has outdoor seating that may lie useless much of the year, but was well-used on a sunny Summer day.
Mr.Matt - 19 Jul 2006 22:20
Fine beer and fine soup. Need to sort out a way of having a proper session at this fine hostery.
mactavish - 18 Jul 2006 12:16
I stopped for lunch on a wet summer Friday coming back from Knoydart. The bar area is hardly cosy but would be better in winter with the stove lit or on a rare sunny summer day. The Deuchars IPA and Caledonian 80 shillings were, however, very well kept and although (or perhaps because) the food menu is fairly modest both the steak casserole and the chowder were excellent (around 9). A procession of West Highland Way walkers recommended to one another the soup of the day. Had rooms not cost 95 I might have been tempted to stay (there is a bunk house also).
drtimthornton - 25 Jun 2006 12:23
Terrific hotel in the middle of Rannoch Moor. I had the pleasure of staying here this week and was treated to a warm welcome, comfortable room, superb food and a great pint of Deuchars IPA. Remote, but accessible being next door to the small railway station and right on the A82. A welcome retreat for any walkers exploring the majestic surroundings, but seemingly extremely popular to boot. The phone kept ringing incessantly on Monday evening from inquiring customers. Hire a car or take the Caledonian Sleeper direct to the station and visit this extraordinarily beautiful part of the world.


SteveinLondon - 26 Jan 2006 00:12

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