Glenuig Inn was probably an old drovers Inn, the main building certainly existed prior to 1745 and the second Jacobite revolution, the village was connected to the Road to the Isles in 1966 when the road was built (previously it was a horse track) and was connected to the power grid in 1983! Since then it has had many guises, its most recent as a modern welcoming sustainably run Inn offering accommodation & food for individuals, families, friends and groups.
Glenuig Inn was renovated with sustainability at its heart and 12 years on, as Scotland’s exemplar green Inn, we still consider the environmental impact of everything we do. We wanted to demonstrate that it was possible to run a leisure and tourism business efficiently and profitably with minimal environmental footprint. In reality, what that means is that we use 100% renewable energy, we don’t have any single use plastics, we have virtually zero waste to landfill and much more . . .
We open all year from 4-9pm, serving evening meals from 6-8.30pm; booking is advisable.
We also take bookings for group lunches, meetings, private functions, or if you are looking for a location to run a course or a film shoot – just give us a call!
Our food is all prepared and cooked on the premises and we cater for gluten free, vegetarian and dairy free plus other requirements on request . . . just let us know.
As a family run business, we believe that personal service is key and therefore don’t use any booking agents or online booking – just fill out the enquiry form, send us an email or call us! We’ll help you there and then, answer any questions you might have, and help you to plan your adventure . . .
As the great base for doing things, we also run sea-kayak guiding and coaching from Glenuig Inn, specialising in bespoke adventures and residential courses.