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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Scottish waterside restaurants

    can i recommend pizza express at Xscape, next to braehead shopping centre, not 100 metres from the banks of the clyde. there is a pontoon and you are downstream of all the lifting/swing/squinty bridges.

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    can i recommend pizza express at Xscape, next to braehead shopping centre, not 100 metres from the banks of the clyde. there is a pontoon at braehead and you are downstream of all the lifting/swing/squinty bridges.

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    Default Re: Scottish waterside restaurants

    How about:
    Lochleven Seafood Cafe
    01855 821048
    alison@lochlevenseafoodcentre.co.uk
    Visitors mooring available
    Advance booking recommended
    All facilities including free swimming pool and sauna at Lochaber Watersports down the loch.

    Was there last year. Great Food.

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    The Isle of Eigg Old Pier Tearoom is definitely worth a visit. The food is simple but good. The Cullen Skink is brilliant for example. The pier is situated in the South East of the Island. You can anchor just north of the ferry terminal although there is only just enough water to keep you clear of the ferry. Anchoring immediately south of the pier can be better but anyway read the pilot books of course. A great lunchtime stop if you are sailing past or just cruising arond Skye, Rum, Muck, Canna etc. http://www.isleofeigg.org/amenities/tearoom/tearoom.htm
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    We had a very nice meal on Seil Island here:

    http://www.oysterbrewery.com

    The beer brewed on site is VERY good...get a taster tray or two for that "cloudy headed" feeling...... Its well worth the journey by car also.

    Cheers.

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    Thanks for the tip. Have yet to visit Seil Island. Sailed right past Easdale about 10 days ago and have, in the past sailed sailed through the Easdale Sound but not stopped. What is there in the way of shelter, anchorage or mooring there? I know there is an old jetty but didn't seem like something to take a yacht alondside.
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    The bay looks sheltered, and there are a few moorings laid out. I don't know the strength of them, or who belongs to them. I'd suggest maybe contacting : http://www.seafari.co.uk ,these guys operate from the bay and know it well.
    With regards the Oyster Brewery, they have a nice wee pier to the rear of their premises beside the beer garden.

    Cheers

    Clyde

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    Default Re: Scottish waterside restaurants

    yup, allready had a meal at the Cregan inn,not bad but the place lacks a bit of atmosphere,unless you were there with a 100 mates,its cetainly nothing like the old one

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    I've eaten in most of the places in Plockton and not been dissatisfied. And, of course, there's the Applecross Inn, although I don't know how easy it is to anchor off in the bay, as I've only been there by car.
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    We had a very nice meal in the Salen hotel, on loch Sunart. They also have a mooring of their own, I believe free to patrons.

    It was our first ever charter holiday, and being Scotland in May the sun shone every day, adding to the lovely food. Definitely going to make more time to see more of loch Aline and visit the restaurant there, next time.
    http://www.eoa.org.uk/

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