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There are a number of places that offer a dog friendly eating experience.  But there will be more so check out websites before you go.

Ben Cruachan Inn, Lochawe PA33 1AQ - View website
Good food and views across Loch Awe, with outside seating.

The Real Food Cafe, Tyndrum, FK20 8RY, 01838 400235 - View website
Well worth a visit on your way here or home or if you are doing a trip round Glen Coe.  The food is excellent and they do large portions.

Clachaig Inn, Glencoe, PH49 4HX. 01855 811252 - View website
Food is served throughout the day and evening from Clachaig’s extensive and imaginative menu. The menu is a blend of modern ideas and fresh produce, sourced from local suppliers wherever possible and, whether in need of a light snack or a sumptuous meal, there’s something for everyone.

Tigh an Truish, Clachan, Isle of Seil, PA345 4QZ, 01852 - View website
Excellent historic rural pub, 12 miles south of Oban. Always has the odd treat for dogs while their owners sip real ale, or get tucked into excellent grub. Dogs allowed in bar and around the grounds.

The Barn, Colgin, Lerags, PA34 4SE, 01631 564501 - View website
Good local food in a unique atmosphere, eating in its original slate cattle stalls.  Real ales and a great whisky collection.  Local musicians play regularly throughout the year.

The Lorne, Stevenson Street, Oban, 01631 570020 - View website
An extensive choice of quality freshly prepared food – including locally caught fish and seafood – with a great range of beers and wines, good value and excellent service.

The Wide Mouthed Frog, Dunstaffnage Marina, Dunbeg, PA37 1PX, 01631 567005 - View website
Good food and selection of wines and beers.  Very nice to sit outside overlooking the boats, with a walled area that’s safe to let young kids run around.

Creagan Inn, Appin, Argyll, PA38 4BQ, 01631 730250 - View website
The Creagan Inns aim is to utilise the abundance of great produce available from Scotland’s Larder and to promote it to their guests from near and far.