Argyll and Bute:13 Nights for Two with Full Scottish Breakfast and 3Course Dinner Daily at The Inveraray Inn

Argyll and Bute:13 Nights for Two with Full Scottish Breakfast and 3Course Dinner Daily at The Inveraray Inn

£89.00

The Hotel Dating back to 1755, The Inveraray Inn is the oldest hotel in the region. Recently refurbished, the property welcomes guests with its historic…

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The Hotel

Dating back to 1755, The Inveraray Inn is the oldest hotel in the region. Recently refurbished, the property welcomes guests with its historic charm and elegant interiors. The hotel enjoys a unique location on Inveraray’s Front Street, overlooking Loch Fyne. Guests can take advantage of the property’s on-site amenities, engage in numerous holiday activities available in the local area, and explore the scenic Western Highlands. 

Holidaymakers stay in one of 36 en suite bedrooms all boasting central heating and tea- and coffee-making facilities. The rooms feature classic-style decor, light colour tones and wooden furniture. Thanks to feather-and-down duvets and cotton bedlinen guests can unwind after the day spent outdoors. 

A wide choice of dining options is offered at the hotel’s restaurants. Breakfast with the lake view can be enjoyed in the Dining Room, a selection of drinks is offered at The Lounge Bar that boasts club chairs and wood panelling, while for elegant dinners guests can head to The Dining Room. At The Argyll Bar holidaymakers can feel the folk vibes, tuck into local food and choose from a list of real ales.

Groupon’s Guide To Argyll and Bute

The region of Argyll and Bute allures travellers with a wide range of attractions including not only museums and castles but also parks, zoos and aquariums.

Travellers may start their journey with a visit to Mount Stuart, an imposing castle surrounded by many acres of verdant grounds. Another landmark comes in the form of the Inveraray Jail, a well-maintained building displaying how prisons worked many years ago. Those wanting to embrace their spiritual side may go to the St Conan’s Kirk, a church dating back to the 19th century and featuring stained glass, woodwork decorations, statues, and arches.