Badachro is famous for its convivial waterside pub, local atmosphere, great views. Nautical style decking with sails and rigging runs right down to the water. Sailing visitors and chatty locals mix happily in the bar, where you’ll find interesting photographs and collages on the walls. The dining area on the left has big tables by a huge log fire, and there’s a dining conservatory overlooking the bay. Excellent fresh fish is a feature of the menu. Friendly staff serve beers from the An Teallach or Caledonian breweries, and a farm cider. Over 50 malt whiskies, and a good changing wine list, complete the picture. The bay is very sheltered, virtually landlocked by Eilean Horrisdale just opposite; you may see seals in the water, and occasionally even otters.