Gluepot Bar

Welcoming and friendly bar with log fire in the winter, serving a good selection of draft beers, scotch whiskies and gins. A great meeting area for locals and guests. Sport TV available. Enclosed beer garden to the rear.

The oldest part of the building, dating back to the 18th century when it was known as the Ferryman’s due to the close proximity to the ferry crossing carrying passengers from connel to north lorn. It became known locally as the gluepot as a blacksmiths to the rear produced glue from the shaved hooves of the horses. It is still affectionally known as this by the locals. The connel bridge now carries all traffic. It was originally built as a railway bridge but became a road bridge after the railway closures of the 60’s.