Dining at Doune is a communal affair with everyone sitting together and sharing delicious food. Non residents are welcome to join us Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.
West Coast Seafood Platter
Alan and Mary Robinson, the founders of Doune, would have a run of prawn pots in the bay outside the restaurant back in the nineties. Once a week they would haul them in and cook up whatever had found its way into the pots. It is a tradition that has remained and our prawns are most often caught by our Loch Hourn neighbour, Peter Carr, in the waters outside our bay.
For 2023 we are moving prawn nights to the next level by working with other fish suppliers to bring you a full West Coast Seafood experience served with home grown salads, home baked breads and plenty of sauces.
Available on Fridays and Saturdays at 1pm and 7.30pm, we take bookings up until midday on the Tuesday before you plan to visit.
£50 per person
Vegetarian Feast Evening
Thursday evening is our Vegetarian feast evening, typically involving lots of vegetables, lentils, herbs and home grown salad. We were worried about having a vegetarian night, but our guests love it and have urged us to do it more often!
£40 per person
Pop up café
Brand new for 2023, visit our fully licensed pop up cafe from 10 until 3 for a light lunch and sweet treats.
Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday – booking is not essential but a heads up phone call is always helpful.
How to get to us.
We are only accessible on foot, down a beautiful mountain path, with views to Skye and the Cuillin Ridge. Follow the road from Inverie towards Airor for about four miles and turn left down the path when you reach the ‘Doune Here’ sign.