Stunning loch views; warm, friendly welcomes and hearty pub fayre meet in perfect harmony at the Creagan Inn, Appin. We are very proud of our wee corner of the Scottish Highlands and delight in welcoming guests from near or far to the ‘little rocks’.
Travelling by car, Creagan can be reached from Oban in 25 minutes or in 40 minutes from Fort William. No matter what the Argyllshire weather has in store for you, Creagan can provide light bites or larger plates to keep everyone happy at lunch; with a warming bowl of soup by our fire or a summer salad on the loch-side deck.
There’s delicious home baking and desserts too, as well as freshly ground coffee and speciality teas if you find yourself in need of a caffeine and sugar fix to get you on your way.
We have been awarded VisitScotland’s Taste Our Best certification, demonstrating our commitment to using seasonal, Scottish produce from a number of prestigious West Highland suppliers. Our menu features a wide variety of pub favourites such as fish & chips, steak & ale pie and the fabulous Route 78 burger; a Scottish take on an American classic, named after the Route 78 cycle path which passes our front door! There’s also local steaks and seafood to tempt every palate and a bar well-stocked with a great range of Scottish beers, guest ale and fine single malt whiskies.
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