The Summer Isles Bar was built as a Wester Ross crofters’ pub
This was a favourite stopping point for crofters in the 19th Century. So when you step into this bar, you’re walking in the footsteps of those who worked the land and sea many years ago. Some traditions last a long time and you’ll find that the bar at the Summer Isles is still a favourite haunt of the local community. For those who travel here regularly, it’s good to know there’s still refreshment at the end of the road, with a warm welcome, a smile and a nod at the specials board to see what’s on the menu today.
Over the last 40 years it has been extended and renovated to increase the quality and size of the space available to its patrons. The dining area has seating for 20 diners with fine views out towards the Summer Isle so there’s plenty of room to seat and entertain the family. Meanwhile the oldest part of the Bar still has an open fire and photos on the wall showing the Bar, hotel and local area as it evolved over the decades.
Enjoy Your Bar Meals!
Outside, there are tables in front of the main Bar windows. Across the driveway you’ll find a beer garden with plenty of seating to let you enjoy your drinks and your meals on sunny days – of which we might add, there are plenty.
You will find a range of fine beers, ales and lagers on draught and many more from overseas in bottles. For wine buffs who prefer something more interesting you can choose from the extensive wine list featuring fine wines as supplied by Corney & Barrow. There’s bound to be something for you to enjoy!
Big News for Winter 2016-17!
Suzie Macgregor, of SALT Seafood Kitchen fame, will be operating the Bar over the Winter, serving her wonderful seafood and providing wine and alcohol to go with it! The Bar will re-open on 4 November 2016 and will be operating 3 or 4 days each week. You can call the Bar on the number below, or contact Suzie via social media to find out exactly which days.