Nestled on the coast just north of the Creagan bridge at Appin on the A828. Creagan Inn gives you the opportunity to stop, relax and enjoy great highland hospitality as you break your journey between Oban and Fort William. Check out Our menus.
The Caledonia Cycle Route 78 runs past our door allowing an opportunity to stop pedalling, pause, refuel and enjoy our spectacular views and wildlife. You can find out more about Appin and our surroundings here.
Duncan and Isobel MacCorquodale have taken over this year and are delighted to be here to welcome you to the place they call home. Find out some more about us here.
Dating from around 1740 Creagan Inn was originally the ferryman’s house making it an obvious stopping off point when crossing the loch, so let’s continue that tradition. Check out our News and events section to find out how we plan to give you even more reasons to pay us a visit.
If you’d like to book a table to ensure your seat with the lochside view, need more information about us or want to discuss a party, meeting or function please contact us. We’d be delighted to help.
Monday – Thursday 11am-11pm
Friday – Saturday 11am-Late
Sunday 12pm – 11pm
Lunch menu served Monday – Thursday 12pm – 2.30pm & Friday – Sunday 12pm – 5pm
Evening menu served Monday – Sunday 5pm – 9pm
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