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The Tigh an Truish Inn, Clachan Seil - pub details

Address: Clachan Seil, Oban, Argyll, PA34 4QZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14958) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 8.3/10 (rated by 7 users)
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Old traditional pub in a lovely setting with a beer garden to the side. Only 3 locals ( but all 3 English!) in the bar around 5.30pm but an hour later it was very busy with locals and tourists alike. Food menu looked interesting but we didn't eat although a family were enjoying a cream tea in the garden on our arrival. Two handpumps serving Atlas Wayfarer and Cairngorm Sheepshaggers Gold at £3 per pint, the cheapest we found during our holiday.
yellowfever - 5 Aug 2014 20:26
Still great. Fyne Ales Highlander was very enjoyable. Does no one else go here?
gdm - 10 Aug 2009 13:41
Possibly the last pub in Scotland still serving Tartan Special along with Orkney Red MacGregor and Atlas Vital Spark which is what I had and enjoyed.
gdm - 1 Jan 2009 16:08
Once again I totally failed to drive past, several times! Had lunch, my fresh local mussels were lovely, ny nephew's local prawns were large and plentiful and the home made burgers were highly praised by my son and my father.
It's nice to know that you can still buy Tartan Special though I also enjoyed the Fyne Maverick and the Atlas ale that I had.
You'll get my next update after my holiday next year, unless I've moved there!
gdm - 11 Aug 2008 13:28
18th Century pub situated next to the historic Atlantic Bridge which joins mainland Scotland to the slate island of Seil.

I too, won't bother to bore you with the history as to why the pub is known as "House of the Trousers".

The pub offers standard bar meals and, on my September visit, a couple of real ales, of which the Atlas Wayfarer from a local micro went down well.

There is a pleasant outside drinking area with a view of the bridge and the river. Close by is a souvenir shop selling postcards and photos - many of the pub itself. There is an honesty box for payment as it is unstaffed.

If you haven't got a car, Seil Island is accessible by bus from Oban ( infrequent service )
JohnBonser - 21 Nov 2007 16:55

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