Went up to Inverary for an overnight and spent the night in the Argyll Hotel which is such a lovely old building but in need of some tlc. A lick of paint in the halls and bedrooms would help and if they couldnt afford to buy some new bedroom furniture why not try some of the charity shops to cut down expense. Apart from no lift for older people or disabled that is the only criticism I have of it. We ate in the bar with 2 friends and had a super meal, well cooked, presented well and very filling. Breakfast was excellent with a choice of fruit juice, cereals, fruit, yoghurt etc and then the cooked breakfast which was very good. We even asked for extra toast and nothing was a bother to the staff to provide this for us. Would recommend but advise about the bedrooms. The residents lounge was nice and cosy too
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Originally designed and built in the 18th Century. The Inveraray Inn is one of the finest and most historic hotels on the west coast of Scotland, located in the Royal Burgh Inveraray. The hotel offers traditional quality accommodation with 36 comfortable en-suite bedrooms. Whilst sitting in the conservatory, you will witness spectacular views over Loch Fyne. With welcoming friendly staff, stunning views and delicious food, The Inveraray Inn is your perfect getaway. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Argyll Hotel Inveraray
- The Inveraray Inn Argyll And Bute