The Islay Inn is a traditional Scottish pub between Glasgow’s Westend and City Centre. The pub is named after Islay, the southernmost island of the Inner Hebrides. Traditionally, the Islay Inn has seen many guests from the Scottish Highlands and Islands, who found a “home from home” in the Islay. Nowadays, the pub also attracts international students who live and study nearby and tourists, who are always welcomed here.
Alexis and William welcome you to the Islay Inn. Experience true Scottish hospitality and enjoy live music, good food and nice company! Our team looks after guests from Scotland and abroad and makes sure you enjoy the friendly atmosphere.
Islay is the fifth largest Scottish island and lies just 40 km north of the Irish coast. The Island has just over three thousand inhabitants and about a third of the population speaks Scottish Gaelic. The main industries are whisky distilling and tourism. The island is attractive for bird watchers because it is home to many different bird species. The climate is mild compared to mainland Scotland and interesting for fishing, mainly brown trout. Please follow click here for more information on Islay and further links.