We came about this little Inn by chance on our road trip. And what a good thing we did! The scallops were melt in the mouth, the haggis the best I've had (although we are English so admittedly haven't tried a huge amount) and the langoustines fresh and tasty. The service was cheery and accommodating, and this is a place clearly frequented by locals and tourists alike. Its tucked away in a beautiful little area and definitely worth a visit.
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