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Loch Fyne Hotel
Inveraray
Argyll

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You'll find us on the shores of Loch Fyne, with a wealth of attractions and activities close by. Make us your base from which to enjoy days of golf, quad biking, boating, country walks, riding or visiting some of the areaís magnificent castles. Our chefs make the most of our lochside setting with its fresh oysters and mussels while our spa has all the best ways to relax and unwind.

We like to give you a true taste of Scotland during your stay. our chefs source the best Scottish produce for some real local flavour. From porridge and kippers for breakfast to afternoon tea with scones, the best of Scotland is here to enjoy. Dine on Loch Fyne mussels or oysters or some fine Scotch beef or lamb in our Lochview Restaurant. Sample a local Fyne Ale in our bar or one of the malt whiskies from nearby distilleries.

There's plenty to enjoy on land and water around Loch Fyne. Stretch your legs on any number of country walks. Visit local attractions like the living museum of Inveraray Jail or the seat of the Dukes of Argyll at Inveraray Castle. Or try a spot of fishing on Loch Awe.

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Number of Rooms: 74

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Double: From £125
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Name: Lochview Restaurant

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