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Mishnish Hotel, Tobermory

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user reviews of the Mishnish Hotel, Tobermory

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Handsome pub inside and out. I was in there on a Sunday lunch time and both real ale pumps were back to front.

I inquired and they said it was a busy saturday night!

Guinness it was - along with good service and a decent meal (although surprisingly, no Sunday Lunch).

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Mappiman - 18 Sep 2017 11:44
2 ales on chalk board - none available at bar. Busy place but no ales is a non-starter.
kernott1 - 21 Sep 2014 18:28
A pub trading on its past glories.

The landlord STILL stands at one end of the bar ignoring customers while his staff run around charging customers London prices for mediocre drinks.

Leave it to the yachting crowd and try the MacDonald Arms down the road.
Yellerbelly - 5 Jul 2010 18:51
A quality place, good pub grub and a cosy interior with little rooms an alcoves. Occasional live fiddler nights as well. Sadly no real ale on when I visited just a drab pint of McEwans, though they've got a good selection of whisky to compensate. I'd have to agree with flatcapman though the bar was heaving while the landlord enjoyed his pint with the locals. His perogative though I guess!
OldRogue - 12 Sep 2007 13:21
My favorite pub in the world bar none. Worth the bus, the ferry and the other bus just for a pint and a game of dominos. And you mind what you're saying about Rob the Mish flatcapman, he's a gent.
smalltowngirl - 1 Sep 2007 18:59
Make no mistake, this is a sound pub. Good points, The atmosphere is welcoming, with plenty of trinkets adorning the walls. Spread of ales is good, with particular notworthy mention of their own brew MishNish. Not so good points, the landlord strikes me as an ego on legs who runs the Mish like a boot camp. He is lucky to have his daughter run things bar side, especially as he sits the punters side of the bar not helping his dare-i-say-it underpaid and overworked polish barmaids.

All in all a worthwhile visit if you are in the neck of the woods. I would of rated it as a 10 but the gov'nor's antics had me knock it back to a 9.
flatcapman - 2 Aug 2007 00:49
Never been here in the evening (ferries!) (so have missed the legendary music) but had several lunches over the years - food always very good, service always friendly and efficient, and rooms welcoming and particularly wonderful if you walk through the bar on the right of the entrance to the little rooms at the back.
happyluncher - 2 Nov 2006 20:07
JOHN BOYLE - 6 Apr 2006 12:31

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