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The Inveraray Inn
Front Street
Inveraray
Argyll

PA32 8XB | View map

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Few hotels in the Western Highlands have such long and distinguished history as The Inveraray Inn. Designed for the 3rd Duke of Argyll by the famous builder John Adam, the hotel opened in 1755. The interior of the inn reflects its history and the elegant style of its renowned creator. Originally built to accommodate guests to the castle, The Inveraray Inn today offers standards of hospitality that more than live up to its illustrious past.

Completely modernised and refurbished, the hotel is now one of the premier hotels on the West Coast of Scotland, offering excellent standards of food and accommodation. Recent additions to the hotel include new conference, banquet and function rooms, new conservatories with stunning views over Loch Fyne and new executive bedrooms built to three star standard. Set at the gates to Inveraray Castle, the inn offers splendid views over Loch Fyne and Benn Bhuidhe in the distance. We offer excellent food and accommodation, and friendly service. We are an ideal base for local sight seeing and touring Argyll & The Islands. Unfortunately we do not currently have a lift due to planning and listed building constraints. There is one wheelchair accessible double room available on the ground floor by request.

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