Tigh an Truish is a 18th Century Inn sitting next to the famous Bridge over the Atlantic, on the beautiful Island of Seil. We are open all year, and in the summer months we serve delicious bar meals, and have spacious beer gardens for you to enjoy, in a glorious setting.
Our main bar is situated in the older part of the building. We stock ales from local brewers such as Atlas Brewery, Kinlochleven and Fyne Ales of Cairndow, with occasional guest ales from further afield. We also have a wide selection of single malts waiting to be sampled, as well as a fine selection of other drinks.
Families are welcome and we have a separate lounge bar off the main bar with children's books and a highchair.
Our bars are open daily from 11.00am (Sunday 12.00) to 11.00pm. (From September to April we close from 2.30pm to 5.00pm, Monday to Thursday). We are closed Christmas day and New Year's day.
Tigh an Truish means 'house of the trousers' and comes from the period after the 1745 Jacobite rebellion when kilts were banned. Islanders heading for the mainland (then without the benefit of the bridge) are supposed to have stopped here to swap their kilts for trousers.