Welcome to The Kilberry Inn
Award Winning Restaurant in Scotland
The Kilberry Inn, award winning restaurant in Scotland, is a recipe for relaxation, with a warm welcome, a sense of informality and wonderful food, providing the perfect antidote to a busy lifestyle.
Situated mid way between Lochgilphead and Tarbert in Argyll on the scenic B8024, (30 miles of winding single-track road between Lochgilphead and Tarbert in Argyll that follows the coast around the Knapdale peninsula overlooking the Inner Hebrides) this unassuming little red tin roofed Inn with roses round the door holds a Michelin Bib Gourmand and a Cesar award from the Good Hotel Guide. We feature in both the Good Food Guide and Pete Irvine’s Scotland the Best.
Scottish Restaurant with Rooms Argyll, Scotland
Our aim is to offer really tasty, uncomplicated food in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere so Norman’s Shorthorn beef, Black faced lamb and Old Spot pork from the Tayvallich Estate, herbs and salads from our own garden, local chanterelles and wild garlic, Ellie’s eggs, very local mackerel, lobsters, crab, scallops and langoustines all make regular appearances, and there are nice cheeses and naughty puddings to follow. We torment our wine supplier by frequently changing the list to suit what’s on the menu and what we might like to drink on the beach on our day off. And then if you decide to stay for breakfast as well there are five comfortable double bedrooms with en suite shower rooms to spend the night in.
There is plenty to do in Argyll, but it is also a great place to unwind – you can go walking and sailing, we can organise horse-riding and clay pigeon shooting, there are championship golf courses, whisky distilleries, boat trips to watch seals and dolphins, Castles to visit and nearby Kilmartin Glen is full of cairns and ancient burial sites. Or we can just tell you where the best otter-spotting beach is.