image

Smithton Hotel Bar

Ample parking. Very convenient for bus routes. Family run. Bar with pool tables, 2 large screen tvs with Sky Sports and ESPN. Football tops round walls. 2 patios and grassy areas to relax in.

Good honest home cooked fayre. Wide range of cocktails. Occasional entertainment.photocopying and fax available.


Example Bar Menu

Homemade soup with crusty bread £2.95

Sardines on toast with side salad and crisps £3.75

Baked beans on toast topped with cheese £2.50

Cheesy chips topped with bacon bits £3.45

Bacon Roll £2.75

Sausages in a roll £2.50

Beef Burger £4.95 Add bacon or cheese 80p extra

Bowl of chips £2.25

Breakfast Platter £6.95
Bacon, sausage, black pudding, fried egg, beans, tomato and toast, tea or coffee.

Scampi and chips £8.00
Served with salad and tartare sauce

Haddock and chips £8.00
Served with peas and tartare sauce

Chicken Nuggets and chips £6.50


Football Memorabilla

Inverness is home to three football clubs. Inverness Caledonian Thistle F.C. , Caledonian F.C. and Inverness Thistle. "Caley Thistle" of the Scottish Premier League plays at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium and lays claim to have the longest name for any football club in the world. The town's second football club, Clachnacuddin F.C., plays in the Highland League. Inverness Citadel F.C. was another popular side which became defunct, but had its name revived www.citadelfc.co.uk. The third football side is Inverness City F.C. who play in the North Regon Juniors and were formed in 2006