On a rather miserable afternoon there’s nothing quite like chilling out in the pub, playing cards and drinking beer. By this stage we’d had enough of sightseeing (not to mention lots of our favoured destinations were already closed for the season…) and, in true Scottish style, it was raining.
The Stein Inn – Stein, Waternish, Skye – is the oldest pub on the island. It’s known for it’s age, it’s waterfront location and it’s fare – good ale and good food.
We all enjoyed our dinner. The deep fried goat’s cheese as a starter was fantastic (though a very small portion!). My steak was great and the whisky sauce is recommended.
We ate in the pub, by the open fire – a perfect end to a trip to Skye.