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The cosy Inn on Loch Lomond has an authentic feel of a real Scottish Inn with great food & loch view setting.
Private Car Park
Golf in Local Area
Number of Bedrooms: 25
Parking Spaces: 40
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Inn on Loch Lomond near Luss is a stylish, contemporary Inn which was completely redesigned following a multi million pound refurbishment in 2008. It first opened in 1814, and has retained its traditional charm over the years, serving as a watering hole to generations of travellers, from far and wide. The new Inn at Inverbeg’s 200 year heritage has been honoured. Yet, it now boasts modern accommodation, uniquely stylised public spaces, a fantastic restaurant and bar with furniture in a range of leather, cow hide and of course a roaring fire.
The main building at the Inn hosts 25 rooms. A selection of room types is available from the Classic Loch Lomond and Glen Douglas doubles to the Executive Ben Lomond rooms. If you would prefer to experience a little extra privacy, seclusion and luxury, then why not splash out and reserve one of the deluxe Beach House bedrooms.
Mr C's For Food - Fish lovers will love the eat-in and take-away fish restaurant. All of the fish served is prepared daily. In sourcing the fish the Inn on Loch Lomond at Inverbeg remains true to its principles of fresh, sustainable fish, simply prepared, locally caught, where possible, and fairly priced.
The Inn on Loch Lomond near Luss offers great accommodation in Loch Lomond great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
All of the accommodation at the Inn on Loch Lomond is rustic in style and local materials are blended to create beautifully understated bedrooms full of Scottish flavour and hospitality.
From the warm tones of the fabrics to the hand crafted furniture, the rooms take inspiration from the Loch Lomond landscape. The Inn like charm of the bedrooms are complimented by the modern feel of the ensuite bathrooms, which all have been fitted with a range of contemporary fixtures and fittings.
Just a short walk from the main building is the sumptuous beach house right on the banks of the loch. Select from one of eight luxurious suites, each with its own distinctive style. Think four-poster beds, crisp white linens, wooden floors, chaise-lounges and balconies looking out to the jetty, loch and mountains...the beach house is a very special place to unwind and is perfect for relaxing breaks.
Twin accommodation is available in an Executive Ben Lomond Room.
The Beach Ben More is ideal for families and can accommodate up to 2 adults and 2 children in the same room. The room features 1 Double Bed and 2 x Single Beds.
Bar & Restaurant
A totally new concept in dining, Mr. C's Fish and Whisky Bar/Restaurant celebrates two things that Scotland is famous for, fresh fish and fantastic whisky. With all manner of fishy delicacies, a very extensive whisky list, wines all available by the glass and a fantastic range of real ales - you'll want to try Mr C's. And if you're eating on the run the menu is available as take away as well.
The perfect stop for coffee, lunch or dinner, competitively priced food within stylish surroundings and a warm welcoming atmosphere. Situated on the main A82, just three miles north of Luss, the Inn on Loch Lomond is fast becoming a must stop destination for those simply out for a day trip from the city.
Sumptuous seafood, meat from the grill…burgers and steaks and some of the best fish and chips you have ever tasted…how can you resist dining here.
You can choose to dine within the more traditional restaurant eating area, or the relaxed soft seating with big screen entertainment or the lounge bar area. And with traditional, live folk music every weekend, a few hours can easily be relaxed away!
Guests can use the facilities of the Inn on Loch Lomond's sister hotel - The Lodge on Loch Lomond where you can laze by the pool, use the steam room or Jacuzzi.
- 16M heated swimming pool
- Steam Room
Pool opening times: 8am-8pm, towels and lockers provided.
Selection of swimwear available at reception to purchase.
The Lodge on Loch Lomond and The Inn on Loch Lomond hotels are 3 miles apart. If you wish to use the facilities at the Lodge on Loch Lomond, please be aware of this and you have to arrange your own transport between hotels.
Directions to Inn at Inverbeg near Luss
When coming from Glasgow, take the A82 through Dumbarton, and follow the sign for Crianlarich. The Inn on Loch Lomond is situated 1 mile past the village of Luss. If coming from the M8, exit at Junction 30, heading for the Erkine Bridge. Then join the A82 and continue with the above directions.
Hotel Notice Board
Please note Children's Rates are not included in your booking total. These will be added on a the hotel.
Rates apply as follows:
0 - 10 years - Free Bed & Breakfast (pay for meals as taken)
11 years will be charge £20 per child per night for BB.
This will be added on at the hotel.
Please note to use the leisure at the Lodge on Loch Lomond Hotel there is a £7.50 per person charge
Live entertainment every Friday/Saturday evening in the bar. Entertainment does take place most weekends, however if entertainment is an important aspect of your break please check with myhotelbreak prior to booking to make sure there is entertainment taking place on your dates.
Please note that at the Inn on Loch Lomond there is only one small to medium size dog allowed per room and is charged at £25 per dog per night (payable direct to the hotel)
From the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond, the famous loch which now fall within the boundaries of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, to Helensburgh’s elegant promenades and the shipping heritage of the Clyde, celebrated throughout West Dunbartonshire, there is quite literally something to please every visitor.
Feel a bit more adventurous? Choose from a wide variety of outdoor pursuits and adventures to make the most of your stay in this haven of nature. From golfing, horse riding, 4×4 driving, shooting and quad bikes to cruising and fishing, we can help organise your perfect day out.
Just some of the many activities available though a range of companies we have worked with over the years in the area. Contact details and illustrative prices are also included for your convenience. We advise that you contact the company direct for the most current prices, and availability. Many of these activities are immensely popular in summer, so early booking is advisable were possible.
Loch Lomond Shores
Visitors Attraction is the principal gateway to Scotland’s first National Park and combines the spectacular environment with an outstanding mixture of leisure and retail experiences. Eat or drink in one of the many family restaurants, cafés or gallery bar or explore Loch Lomond through guided canoe, hiking trips, loch cruises or open top bus tours.
Activities on offer:
4×4 Landrover, Range Rover: £45 per hour
Quad Bikes (Waterproofs needed): £35 per hour
2 or more persons can share the time for the above activities
Clay pigeon Shooting (50 clays, Gun & Cartridges): £40
Fishing (Salmon): £45 per half day; £80 per full day
Fishing (Sea Trout night fishing): £45
Fishing (Trout still water): £35 per half day; £60 per full day
All fishing equipment supplied. All you need to do is turn up.
Rifle Shooting: £25 per person
Archery: £25 per hour
Boat trips on Loch Lomond remain the ideal way to explore the 33 islands dotted around the loch, each of which bears their own history and myths.
Private Charters: Max 12 persons
Cruise Loch Lomond from your own deck. Go where you want to go. Cold buffet & bar available by prior arrangement.
90 mins: £70
3 hours: £125
2 hours: £100
6 hours (full day): £200
Evening cruise: £140
Trekking and Riding Lessons
Horse Riding – Cocho Livery Stables Telephone: 01389 873337
1 hour: £20 per person
2 hour: £40 per person
Argyll Forest Park stretches from the shores of Loch Lomond and Loch Long to Loch Eck and Loch Fyne. With 150 square miles of attractive forest offering shelter for a wide variety of animal and birdlife – spectacular hill walks, fishing in the many sea and hill lochs and cycling tracks on the forest roads are easy to find.