At Creagan we pride ourselves on using the finest local ingredients and other produce from Scottish suppliers up and down the country. Seasonality is equally important as we strive to use seasonal produce as much as possible to reduce food miles and our carbon footprint. We are proud to support Scottish businesses, producers and fishermen as you can see below from a cross section of our suppliers…
Argyll Hill Lamb/Achnaba Farm, North Connel– Duncan’s brother Donald, his wife Morag MacCorquodale, and their two children; Donnie & Mairi, of Achnaba Farm have formed part of the Argyll Hill Lamb cooperative since its formation. They are presently working with Forteiths of Oban to market and supply quality hill lamb to a wider audience, thus maintaining a way of life and providing a future for generations to come.
Battlefield Bakery– Stuart Anderson runs the Battlefield Bakery at High Drumclog on the site of the famous covenanting battle. He provides us with a fantastic selection of breads and sundries ably assisted by his mother Eleanor.
Jacksons of Oban– A family run butchers established in 1932, providing quality meats from their shop in George Street.
Andy Race, Mallaig– Supplying our fish and seafood. Don’t just takeour word for how good his fish is: “Andy Race has a great guiding principle when it comes to the fish he buys from the local west coast fisherman. He simply asks himself, Would I want to eat this? Only the fish he answers ‘yes’ to gets on to his counter”; Rick Stein.
J&M Breckenridge– Another family run business, supplying us with beautiful fresh fruit and vegetables. They have been supplying the West Highlands and the Isles for 40 years.
Our bar also serves cask conditioned guest ales and bottled real ales and ciders from a number of independent brewers including Oban Bay, Fyne Ales and Thistly Cross.