Places to eat nearby

In your cabin you'll find all the utensils, kitchenware, bakeware and cookware you need to prepare a delicious meal. If that sounds too hard for dinner tonight just look at this list of restaurants nearby - they're the quickest from us! You should book before coming because we know these places can get crazy busy.

Ninth Wave restaurant: Canadian Chef Carla meets Scottish Fisherman John to provide a delicious culinary experience. The menu at the Ninth Wave Restaurant features its own home-grown produce, seafood freshly caught by John in his own boat “Sonsie” and organic meat produce sourced from the Island of Mull. Lobster, crab, hand-dived scallops and fish are often caught only hours before appearing on the restaurant menu to be transformed into something uniquely delectable by Carla. Please visit their website for more information https://www.ninthwaverestauran...

The Keel Row: This is the busy, bustling local pub, a historic building full of locals as well as visitors. The menu has good variety of choice.

Seafood at the Pier: The Creel Seafood Bar is not your average fish and chips restaurant. Unlike most seafood restaurants where the food arrives on plastic trays, here at The Creel they serve fresh-caught locally sourced seafood right off of a pier in front of their establishment. Enjoying this meal al fresco while overlooking Iona Sound? What better way to fully experience island life!

The Argyll arms: This is a Hotel that has restaurant facilities for residents and non residents. It is a very busy place so booking is essential.