Beinn Eighe Bar

We look forward to welcoming you to our Highlands & Western Isles CAMRA Pub of the Year 2017 WINNING traditional Scottish pub where the ambience in the bar is warm and friendly.
A wood-burning stove set in a slate hearth warms you on chilly days whilst you sit at our local handmade Douglas Fir "jigsaw" tables.

We pride ourselves in the range and quality of drinks we offer - from coffees made from freshly ground beans, a selection of different teas, five real ale hand pumps plus one for real cider, a craft lager, a choice of around 105 Malt Whisky’s and 12 Scottish Gins, and an interesting selection of wines, bottled ales and soft drinks.


Real Ales.

As committed CAMRA members and with the bar having entries in the Good Beer Guide since 2011, we take great pride in the quality of the real ales we sell, which was recognised by our WINNING the Highlands & Western Isles CAMRA Pub of the Year 2017.

Being a free house we buy our ales from any of the many craft breweries in the North of Scotland as well as sourcing casks from further afield.
We have six hand pumps for real ale and we regularly sell ales from the An Teallach and the Orkney Breweries with Windswept, Cromarty, Adnams, Wooden Hand, Hobsons and other breweries featuring on the bar as well.

We also have Weston’s Family Reserve real cider on draft from the cellar.


Malt Whisky.

Scottish Malt Whisky is enjoying very bouyant sales globally and we are proud to contribute to that boom with around 105 Malts on the shelves, plus one or two in the cupboard! We do not restrict ourselves to only Scottish Malts with examples of single malts from Japan, England, Wales, Tasmania, India and Ireland available for you to compare to the Scottish varieties.

Our standard Malt shelf has a range covering all the distilling regions in Scotland with expressions from the popular distilleries such as Talisker, Ardbeg, Glen Ord, Tomatin, Dalmore, Aberfeldy and Dalwhinnie among others.

Our Rare and Unusual shelf has examples from closed distilleries such as Glen Mhor, Rosebank and Dallas Dhu plus some of the more expensive expressions from Ardbeg, Bruichladdich, Glen Ord, Linkwood, Glen Scotia among others.

To guide you on Malt Whisky, how to drink it and to help you select a dram to suit your taste and wallet we have compiled a comprehensive Whisky List which is available on the bar. If you require any further information please ask the bar staff and they will be pleased to give you whatever help you may need.

Malt Whisky is a complex subject and to help our guests and customers navigate their way through all the styles and expressions our resident Whisky Ambassador will be pleased to offer tutored tastings and can also suggest Malts to accompany each course of your meal. Please contact the Hotel direct for more information and pricing.


Scottish Gin.

Gin is enjoying a resurgance in recent years and no more so than in Scotland. A large number of new and established distilleries are producing Gin and in most cases using botanicals local to the distillery to flavour the gin.

Over the last couple of years we have increased our choice of Scottish Gin and we currently have 12 bottles including those from Isle of Harris, Islay, Edinburgh, Shetland and Perthshire.

So come and enjoy a refreshing Scottish Gin served with Fever Tree tonic and ice.