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Argyll Hotel, Ullapool - pub details

Argyll Hotel

Address: 18 Argyll Street, Ullapool, Ross-shire, IV26 2UB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32925) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 9 users)
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Nice place for a beer or two. The An Teallach beers were very well kept and the barman amusing.
littledrummerboy - 14 Jan 2018 15:56
Totally endorse the comments about the Quiz night. It is just any old quiz night, its actually a really good laugh and visitors are always made to feel welcome by the locals. The beer is locally brewed and simply wonderful while the curries are not to be missed.

A wonderful pub in a truly wonderful place.
strangetorpor - 6 Jan 2013 10:49
we had a top night in here doing the quiz. it was comically farcical. the quiz had been done before, i had 7 points knocked off but it was such a laugh and the quizmaster was a good guy. the locals were very friendly and the pub has a good atmosphere.
mph - 6 Aug 2011 23:57
Although part of a hotel, this is very much a pub with it�s own identity. There�s a few tables stretched along the front, and an interior that whilst slightly reminiscent of a hotel drawing room with it�s extensive wood panelling, still seems reasonably �pubby�.

Inside it�s a single roomed, T-shape bar, which in spite of the aforementioned panelling is let down by a rough artex ceiling, sliding doors in to the main bar area and tacky fairly lights through the archway to the upright leg of the �T�. There is plenty of bench seating around the perimeter, lots of squashed in tables and a tartan carpet and an exposed stone wall at the far end. Opposite the bar counter are a couple of fruit machines.

Presumably as it�s part of a hotel there is a decent food menu, but by the time we arrived the only dishes available were mass produced pizza�s that they do right up until closing time. There seems to be some form of entertainment on most nights during the week, with regular live music as well as quiz and poker nights. Barman seemed a bit grumpy.

Beers on tap were Sail Mhor, Edinburgh Gold and Ringwood�s Old Thumper. The solitary cider was Strongbow, unfortunately (although I later spotted a board listing Weston�s Traditional and Old Rosie � this was on the floor next to the fireplace. Whether it was still current I�m not sure as there was no sign of these on the bar, but if so it would have been a good idea to place it somewhere a little more prominent).
Blackthorn - 9 Jul 2011 23:28
Very friendly pub and hotel with lots of cubby holes, open fire and lots of live music- acoustic/traditional as well as bands. Nice food and staff who genuinely try to help and make sure you have a good time. By far the most relaxed and pleasant pub in UIlapool.
dorsetdiner - 21 Aug 2009 14:03

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