Craignish peninsula has a wide selection of eating options and here are a few of my favourites, but please ask if you have any questions!
There are two pubs on each side of the peninsula, both with stunning sea views, great food and real ales;
The Lord of the Isles, in Craobh Haven. http://lordoftheisles.co.uk/
The galley of Lorne, in Ardfern. http://www.galleyoflorne.co.uk/
There is also a wonderful cafe in the heart of Ardfern village, ‘Lucy’s’, where you will be welcomed by the delicious smell of home made brunch, lunch and gorgeous fresh baking. Tel; 01852 500781 http://www.lucys-ardfern.co.uk/
Craobh Watersports cafe in Craobh Haven village has a sea view and good home-cooked food with nourishing soups, local produce and delicious baking. www.craobhwatersports.co.uk
Ardfern village shop has everything you need, as well as delicious homemade sandwiches, soups, stews, pies and sweet treats to take away.
Only a mile away in Arduaine is The Loch Melfort Hotel, which has delicious menus for lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. https://www.lochmelfort.co.uk/food/
Janine Calder will cook you a delicious vegan feast;
01852 500734 / 07906 818230 email@example.com https://www.facebook.com/veganfoodargyll
Dawn caters for veggies and meat eaters alike, T; 01852 500610 M: 07717 500722
Jonathan from ‘Argyll Hog Roasts’ will cook you roasts, bbq, paella, tapas & buffet food. http://www.hogroastargyll.co.uk/
Oban has a local produce shop, in Combie St, ‘Taste of Argyll’, where you can stock up on a wide range of delicious local produce and can provide local produce hampers.
And on Argyll St in Lochgilphead, be sure to call in to the wonderful ‘Marmalade Deli’, to sample their wares. www.marmaladedeli.com