Food and Location
Fresh island seafood plays a central theme in our sea safari through the Hebrides. It may begin with a formidable Glenapp prepared picnic on an uninhabited island with a cold glass of Chablis. By early afternoon we stop
for late lunch at the three-hundred-year-old Boathouse, a beautiful restaurant set on the community-owned Island of Gigha overlooking the sea. Enjoy local lobster, delicious oysters or incredible and sustainable organic
Gigha-farmed halibut. By mid-evening settle down for a rack of lamb or the freshest of mackerel accompanied by delicacies prepared by your Glenapp chef.
Nearer to home, enjoy a cream tea with hot scones, jam and clotted cream in a beautiful café setting on the edge of the Victorian-engineered Crinan Canal basin.