The Oyster Inn and Gluepot bar is situated in the village of Connel, 5 miles from Oban

The oldest part of the building dates back to the 18th century when it was known as the Ferrymans Inn due to the close proximity to the ferry carrying passengers between Connel and north lorn now replaced with Connel bridge towering over the famous Falls of Lora tidal waterfall.

The bar remains affectionally known by locals as the gluepot. The rear of the original building was at one time home to a blacksmith, who when trimming horse hooves would melt the cut off in a double-sided pot to produce glue.

We serve delicious food.

We pride ourselves in serving local and Scottish produce in the Oyster restaurant and gluepot bar.

The glazed front of the restaurant and outside eating area makes the most of our views.

Get a drink in our pub.

Enjoy a cosy, atmosphere with your favourite tipple in our bar which is popular with locals and visitors alike. The original stone walls have been stripped back reveal the bones of this, the oldest part of the building. You will find a great selection of drinks and beers. During the winter months relax by the open fire

To the rear there is a sheltered beer garden.

Rest at our relaxing hotel.

Our 19 rooms offer a relaxing stay with emphasis on comfort. There are 4 categories to suit all our guests. All have en-suite facilities, in-room tea/coffee making, freesat tv.