About us

A traditional pub near to John O'Groats in the far north of Scotland, the Village Inn offers a range of freshly cooked food, alongside real ale.

The pub has cut down on the number of meaty dishes on its menu, as the team believe there is a need to reduce intensive farming which can have negative environmental impact.

Water-saving measures are in place to ensure the venue conserves as much water as possible. Reducing water consumption also cuts down on energy used to filter, heat and pump water to and from venues and homes, something that is given little consideration but does produce emissions.

Conscious of contributing to landfill, The Village Inn Keiss has a strong recycling programme and sends as little to landfill as possible. The venue also recycles used cooking oil, has cut down on its heating use and installed energy efficient lighting to reduce electricity consumption.

Reducing waste was named by the WWF (World Wildlife Fund) as one of the top 10 actions people and businesses can take to lower their carbon footprint. By minimising what is thrown away and recycling as much as possible, The Village Inn is helping save the planet one step at a time.

The family-owned pub is the only one in the village, the nearest watering hole to John O'Groats, and houses accommodation next door for guests to spend the night.

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