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The Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa in Inveraray is a great hotel for a short break. First-class standards & great leisure.
Leisure with pool
Best Available Room
Golf in Local Area
Number of Bedrooms: 69
Parking Spaces: 60
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Loch Fyne Hotel is situated on the shores of Loch Fyne in the Royal Burgh of Inveraray and was originally built as a private house. The Loch Fyne Hotel enjoys wonderful views across the Loch to the Cowal Hills. The hotel has transformed itself in recent years to become one of the leading and most popular short break & holiday destinations in Argyll. Its lochside location, proximity to the ancient town of Inveraray, leisure facilities and excellent quality throughout are a few examples of why the Loch Fyne Hotel in Inveraray is such a popular venue for all the family.
The Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa has 67 guest rooms, Standard rooms are a good size and come in warm, natural shades. The superior double rooms are spacious with a separate sitting area. Book the Junior Suite and really spoil yourself with stunning views of the loch.
The Loch Fyne Hotels restaurant is a popular Argyll restaurant, and rightly so, as it has recently been awarded 1 AA Rosette. Guests, locals and passers-by all come to savour the fresh seafood and locally grown produce - so be sure to book! The stone walls and tartan carpet instil a feeling of tradition and locality, and it is with the slate dining mats and polished mahogany tables that the restaurant has a sense of opulence, yet always relaxed.
A stay at this four-star hotel in Argyll is only complete if you bring your swim gear for a dip in the pool and some ‘me’ time in the sauna, steam and outdoor hot tub.
The Loch Fyne Hotel in Inveraray offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
Each of the 67 bedrooms at the Loch Fyne Hotel has a colour television, tea and coffee-making facilities and a telephone. Superior rooms are available if you are looking for more space and additional soft furnishings.
If you are celebrating a special occasion then the Junior Suites are ideal, they are beautifully furnished and offer stunning views over Loch Fyne.
Loch Fyne hotel has a Family room with an adjoining Twin room that can sleep up to 6 guests, however, this room would be charged as two separate rooms.
Bar & Restaurant
Guests can enjoy dining in the 1 AA Rosette Clansman Restaurant with its beautiful loch views. The chefs make the most of the lochside setting with its fresh oysters and mussels or the local Scotch beef or lamb.
Sample a local Fyne Ale in the bar or one of the many malt whiskies from nearby distilleries.
Breakfast - 8am till 10.00 am
Dinner – 6.00pm to 9.00pm
With the same Highland charm of the restaurant carried through to the public bar and lounge, guests can eat an informal lunch, lounge snack or afternoon tea with stunning views over Loch Fyne.
In the winter months arriving guests and visitors are welcomed by the welcoming log fire, providing a wonderful atmosphere and a toasty warmth. The lounge has comfy chairs and sofas which are ideal to take in the warmth and charm of Loch Fyne Hotel either with a good book and a hot chocolate, or something a little stronger!
The 15 metres, rectangle heated pool with loch views; is almost the perfect haven for those that like a swim for that optimum relaxation. With climbing steps for easy access in and out. The pool depth is the same at both ends and is suitable for those that want a gentle swim or those that are looking to capture a few training lengths. The pool features views across the loch.
A long hot soak in the hot tub is a great way to relax during a stay at Loch Fyne. The hot tub is outdoors on the decking, so in the summer months relax in the tub and then lay in the sun on one of the loungers. Even in the depths of winter you can lay in the bubbles and watch the snow fall or the frost settling on the ground.
Sauna and Steam
Both the sauna and steam room are situated on the wet side of the pool area so you can easily collect your towel as you enter from the main reception and experience the full leisure experience in one visit – swim, steam and sweat… Once you think you've had enough there is always time for a spa treatment.
Thermal outdoor Spa is also available for guests to use at a cost of £45 per person.
Robe & Slippers available on request
Towel hire £1 per person (residents free of charge)
The spa is open every day from 9am to 8pm. Booking appointments are recommended so that the hotel can ensure you can get your preferred time slot.
Loch Fyne has four single treatment rooms as well as a dual treatment room, so guests can relax solo or book time out with friends, family or their partner.
Directions to Loch Fyne Hotel in Inveraray
By car from the south.
A82 to Tarbert Loch Lomond, continue through Arrochar and then Inveraray
Take the A83 to Campbeltown. At Inveraray, continue through town on A83. You will find the Loch Fyne hotel five minutes along, on the Lochgilphead side.
Glasgow Airport is just 47 miles from Loch Fyne Hotel
Hotel Notice Board
Check-in 3pm. Check-out 11am.
Payment on arrival:
Please note that at a flexible rate, guests will be asked to pay for their break in full on arrival at the hotel.
Unless otherwise stated guests will receive an allowance of £35 per person towards dinner.
Best Room Available - you will be allocated the best available room on check-in. Please note that an upgraded room is not guaranteed, unless you have opted to pay the supplement for a guaranteed upgrade. Please refer to the Terms and Conditions for full details.
The location of the Loch Fyne Hotel in Inveraray means that it is great for golfing, boating, walking, riding or visiting some of the area's magnificent castles. An ideal starting point if you are visiting these castles is Inveraray Castle only a 5-minute walk from the hotel and is still home to the Duke and Duchess of Argyll.
Loch Fyne has formed around 10000 years ago when glaciers retreated and rising sea levels flooded the lower reaches of Glen Fyne. It’s the longest and deepest of Scotland’s many sea lochs, and it’s seafood-rich. Loch Fyne and the nearby Loch Awe are renowned for large stocks of fish including Wild Brown Trout (British Record), Rainbow Trout, Salmon and Monster Pike - increasing your chances of landing your supper!
Visitors don’t even require a permit to fish in Loch Fyne - some have been known to throw a fishing line off the pier in the town’s centre. Loch Awe is just 10 miles down the road from Inveraray. Free and suitable for all - and some patience and/or a hip flask will probably help...
Keen walkers will be spoilt for choice in Inverary. Walk up to the 18th-century watch tower (known as Dun-na-Cuaich) on the castle grounds, which takes from one to three hours from the hotel and back, depending on which route you take. Or walk out to the Dubh Loch, which takes around two hours. Maps are available at reception. Free and suitable for all. Sturdy footwear is essential!
Another popular attraction in Inveraray is the Inveraray Jail the former county courthouse and county prison for Argyll, where there were a number of Jailbreaks!
There is a 9-hole golf course adjacent to the Loch Fyne Hotel but it’s not manned and operates an honesty box for visitors to pay their green fees, there is no need to pre-book.
In the local area:
For more information on things to see in and do in the area, check out our Destination Guide