The Inveraray Inn the oldest and most historic hotel in Inveraray has just completed a 3/4 million refurbishment.
The works include full refurbishment of all bedrooms, bathrooms and all the common areas of the hotel.
The Inveraray Inn was designed by John Adam and opened in 1755. The building was originally built for officials visiting Inveraray Castle. Inveraray Inn has been known in the past as The Great Inn, The Argyll Arms Hotel, The Argyll Hotel and now The Inveraray Inn
Bookings made directly through Scotland's Personal Hotels website go direct to Inveraray Inn to guarantee exclusive 20% discounts on all major local attractions including, Inveraray Castle, Jail and Brewery.
36 totally renovated comfortable, en-suite bedrooms, excellent local produce and traditional Highland hospitality. A broad range of room types is available including Executive, Loch View and Standard plus larger, multiple bedded rooms, for families.
Since the refurbishment, the hotel has launched three brand new dining concepts in the Conservatory, Lounge Bar and The Argyll Bar. All three menus draw on the areas famous seafood and make full use of wonderful local Scottish ingredients. With the famous Loch Fyne Oyster Bar a short drive from the hotel and the increasingly popular Samphire restaurant just around the corner from the hotel, Inveraray is fast becoming a haven for those who enjoy good food.
No. of rooms: 36
24 Hour Reception
Cots & High Chairs Available
Car parking available onsite
TV, Telephone, Hairdryer, Tea/Coffee in all bedrooms
Wake Up Call Available
Disabled access to public areas & toilets
Wheelchair Access to restaurant, bistro and bar
Free Wi-Fi available throughout the hotel.