The Villagers is an award winning popular family friendly pub offering an excellent menu using locally sourced and named produce to ensure the freshest and tastiest meals are prepared on site for your enjoyment, including a children's menu.
There is level disabled access to the pub and a large disabled toilet with adapted facilities and also baby changing facilities for your convenience.
The Villagers Pub can be found in Innellan, a village that lies on the east side of the Cowal peninsula on the Firth of Clyde, just 4 miles south of Dunoon town. The Village boasts of very impressive views across the Firth of Clyde, stretching from Kilcreggan and Loch Long (North) to Cumbra Head and Ailsa Craig (south).
The village of Innelan was developed as a holiday destination in Victorian times on the site of a farming settlement and the first steamboat pier was built in 1851. The resident population of around 1000 growing to many more during the summer.
The village's most striking landmark from its heyday as a seaside resort was the large Royal Hotel that overlooked the pier. This hotel was later destroyed by fire in 1981, leaving only the entrance gates and the public bar further down the hill - now known as the Villagers Royal.
The Waverley, the worlds last ocean going paddle steamer was built on the Clyde in 1947, gives many local excursions. http://www.waverleyexcursions.co.uk
A brief list of other activities: Benmore Gardens, Benmore Outdoor Centre, Castle House Museum, Deer Stalking, Bird Watching, Pony Trekking, Fishing, Sailing, Hill Walking, Climbing, Bowling Greens, Golf Courses, Quad Bike Hire, Cycle tracks and many Towns, Villages and Islands to visit