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Inveraray Inn, Inveraray

Front Street, Inveraray, Argyll, PA328XB, UK View Map

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  • Free Wifi
    Free Wifi
  • Disabled Rooms
    Disabled Rooms
  • Private Car Park
    Private Car Park
  • Pets Allowed
    Pets Allowed
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  • Golf in Local Area
    Golf in Local Area

The Inveraray Inn is one of the oldest hotels in Scotland, full of character with a stunning lochside location next to Inveraray Castle.

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The Inveraray Inn (formerly the Argyll Hotel) in Inveraray was originally built in 1750 to accommodate guests visiting the glorious Inveraray Castle, the entrance to which is adjacent to the hotel. Few hotels have such a long and distinguished history as the Argyll Hotel, which was formerly known as the Great Inn.

To the front of the Inveraray Inn in Inveraray are stunning views over Loch Shira and Loch Fyne, ideal for freshwater or sea fishing. This Inveraray Hotel also has a dramatic backdrop of mountain ranges making a great location for bird watching or walking breaks.

Each of this Argyll Hotel's bedroom have individual character and charm, and many of the rooms have views over the lochs and mountains.

The Conservatory Restaurant serves the best of local produce wither its in their hearty Scottish breakfasts or the mouth-watering dinners.

The Inveraray Inn in Inveraray offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year

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Number of Bedrooms

36

Parking Spaces

30

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Check In Time

3pm

Check Out Time

11am

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Bedrooms

TV
Tea/Coffee
Toiletries
Hairdryer
Telephone
Cots Supplied
Wifi
Family Room for 3
Family Room for 4

Each of the 36 bedrooms at the Inveraray Inn have full en-suite facilities and have been individuality decorated with plenty of character and charm. Many of the bedrooms feature beautiful views over the surrounding lochs and mountains. A spiral staircase locates all bedrooms, apart from 1 - the cottage room.

There is one ground floor double bedroom, which is category three-disabled access.

The following upgrades are available at the Inveraray Inn for an extra supplement

Executive 4 Poster Bedroom/Sleigh Bed
These rooms are larger than Standard rooms with either a 4 Poster bed or a Sleigh Bed. Plus a more luxurious bathroom.

Water View
Standard Twin/Double rooms with a guaranteed Loch View

Bar & Restaurant

Juke Box
Pool/Snooker Table

At the hotels Conservatory Restaurant Sample the best of all that is Scottish with fresh locally sourced produce. Enjoy a delicious Scottish breakfast or mouth-watering dinners from the seasonal menus..

Dinner: 7pm - 9pm
Breakfast: 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Bar meals and light snacks are served in the Lounge or Argyll Bar, as well as a wide range of malt whiskies, draught beers and world wines.

Please note that the a la carte menu is served in summer months only. The table d'hote menu is available year round.

Directions to Inveraray Inn in Inveraray

A82 from Glasgow to Tarbet, A83 from Tarbet to Inveraray (Approx. 100 miles from Glasgow, along the shoreline of Loch Lomond)

Walking
Horse Riding
Clay Pigeon Shooting
Fishing
Wildlife Watching

There are a great range of visitor attractions on the Inveraray Inn doorstep. The most popular attractions are Inveraray Jail, the former county courthouse and county prison for Argyll, where there were a number of Jailbreaks!

Inveraray Castle still home to the Duke and Duchess of Argyll and Ben Cruachan Power Station ("Hollow Mountain").

If you are interested in exploring the Highlands & Islands then the Inveraray Inn, Inveraray makes a great base as Oban is just 39 miles away with ferries to Iona, Tiree, Colonsay and Mull. The Kenna Craig ferry to Islay is only 48 miles south on the stunning Kintyre Peninsula.