Argyll and Bute
Nothing gives romance like being perched on the side of a loch and chomping through a carte of seasonal, New-Nordic-inspired Scottish chow, does it? That’s rhetorical: Inver, on a wild stretch of Loch Fyne’s shore, is a gem. Chef-owner Pam Bruton’s artfully rustic menus draws on local farmers and foragers for greenery, Scottish producers for meat and cheese, and the loch itself for langoustine and crab. Such is the isolation, they have several bothies and shepherd’s huts for overnighting: perfect for post-dinner canoodling by the lake’s shining waters.