Set in the hamlet of Inshegra in an old Victorian schoolhouse overlooking Loch Inchard, this characterful restaurant was taken over in 2004 and given a substantial refurb. But despite the changes, the dining room still has the appealing atmosphere of a 19th-century classroom. While no one makes gourmet claims about the cooking, dishes featuring fresh local seafood are a decent bet, with specials such as langoustine salad or hake in garlic butter. Otherwise three courses could bring smoked haddock chowder or locally smoked mackerel to start, followed by steak, lamb, or seafood pie for mains, then fruit crumble or sticky toffee pudding for dessert. Everything is reasonably priced, particularly the wines, which are virtually all under £20. A seasonal establishment (April to October, call ahead to check) but a truly welcome stop, and if you want to stay the night, rooms with river views are available, with a full Scottish breakfast included in the price.