Recommended hotels in Inveraray
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This hotel is located in stunningly picturesque surroundings in the center of Inverary - one of the gateways to the highlands. Links to the public transport network lie a few minutes away on foot (around 200 m) whilst the nearest station in Dalmally is some 22 km from the hotel.This attractive hotel was built in 1759 by the famous Scottish architect John Adam and was fully renovated in 2003 under orders of the Third Duke of Argyll. The premises comprises a total of 36 rooms set over 2 floors. Guests are welcomed in an inviting foyer with a reception desk. There is also a TV room, conference facilities and Internet access. The evening meal is served in the conservatory restaurant - where the chefs conjure up a fantastic range of dishes for guests to enjoy. A wide-ranging menu and a large selection of wines tempt guests to enjoy their evening meal here. For light refreshment between meals there is the Argyll Bar and the Lounge Bar - the ideal place to relax in a Chesterfield armchair by the open fire and enjoy your favourite drink. In the restaurant highchairs for younger guests are available. Those arriving by car may make use of the hotel's own car park or garage. Room and laundry services complete the range of services offered.The stylish rooms come with a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Furthermore, guests are offered a direct dial telephone, a colour TV, a radio, tea and coffee making facilities, an Internet connection and central heating. All rooms come fitted with a double bed. Many rooms offer guests a view over Loch Fyne and the surrounding countryside.The nearest golf course is 1 km away.The nearest golf course is 1 km away.Guests may select their breakfast from a buffet.See more
Housed in a 19th century castle surrounded by wonderful parkland, this hotel has retained much of its original charm from the time when it was the home of the Campbell clan. There is a fabulous restaurant to take advantage of, which offers wonderful views out over the Kintyre Peninsula and Loch Fyne from its position high above the village of Tarbert. Links to the public transport system are to be found some 3 km away.Built in 1837 and completely renovated in 2008, this hotel comprises 2 floors with a total of 29 rooms and 4 suites. Facilities include 2 lounges, a bar and a restaurant with a non-smoking area in addition to a car park and garage for those arriving at the hotel by car. Room and laundry services complete the offerings.The comfortable, welcoming rooms each come with an en suite bathroom, a hairdryer, a direct dial telephone and central heating.This hotel is an ideal stopover point for those wishing to explore the granite island of Arran or the southern Inner Hebrides islands of Jura or Islay. The nearest golf course is some 6 km away.The AA rosette restaurant enjoys spectacular views over Loch Fyne and offers the very best of Scottish cuisine, including the famous Loch Fyne kipper. Guests may serve themselves from an ample breakfast buffet each morning.See more
This popular property is located in Campbeltown . Hotel was constructed in 1908. Hotel was completely refurbished in 2012. There are a total of 23 rooms on the premises. The property consists of 23 double rooms, 1 disability-friendly room and 12 superior rooms. The Hotel enjoys an idyllic location in the heart of the city. The Hotel is close to the city's main train and bus stations. The Hotel is within a few minutes' drive from public transport links. Guests will find the airport within easy reach. The main entertainment areas of the city are within easy reach of the Hotel . The Hotel is in the vicinity of a local golf course. The Hotel is just a stone's throw away from the beach. The Hotel is situated a few minutes away from the harbour. The Hotel is wheelchair-accessible.See more
Once regarded as the pinnacle of luxury accommodation in the west of Scotland, The Ugadale Hotel has been restored to its former glory and now serves as the centerpiece of The Village at Machrihanish Dunes. The twenty-two stunning guest rooms and suites are finished to the highest standard and pamper guests in an atmosphere of casual elegance combined with modern amenities, historic charm and unmatched natural beauty.Imagine waking up in the morning to views of the sparkling Atlantic and the Hebridean islands of Islay and Jura out your window, enjoying a hearty Scottish breakfast, and then making your way to the first tee or enjoying a soothing spa treatment – or setting off on some other worthy adventure. From your home base at The Ugadale, all the beauty and rejuvenating activities that define the Kintyre peninsula will be but moments from your door.See more
Information about Inveraray
Inveraray is a town in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is a very interesting city due to its architecture and culture.
If you visit the city, there is a place you should not forget to visit: Inveraray castle, a dream location surrounded by trees and gardens. The architecture of the castle is a mixture of Baroque and Gothic, which can be attributed to the influence of France. The castle is enormous; it has a large number of rooms and some huge halls.
Among the activities that can be undertaken in the city is a visit to Inveraray prison, which stopped functioning as a penitentiary in 1930 and these days is open to the public.
You can also visit a maritime museum that has an ample array of artefacts related to the seafaring lifestyle. The city has a main street, where you will find the majority of the restaurants, cafes and pubs. The city’s most important shopping centres are also found here.
Visit Inveraray; get to know this charming city.