Recommended hotels in Inveraray
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In order to further improve our facilities and provide an even better guest experience we will be undertaking some construction works in and around the hotel until mid December 2014. Whilst we will be working with our contractors to ensure noise is kept to a minimum, we would like to advise guests that there may be some construction noise between the hours of 9.30am and 5.00pmSee more
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The four star AA awarded Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa sits on the edge of the historic and idyllic town of Inveraray with views of Loch Fyne to the Cowal Hills that can be seen from a number of the hotel's stylish rooms.With some of Scotland's finest seafood on its doorstep, the hotel's Clansman Restaurant prides itself on its fresh and locally sourced produce, from hand-dived oysters to peat smoked haddock that goes well with the hotel's selection of locally brewed Fyne Ales and over 70 malt whiskies that are on the menu.The hotel's spa is an oasis of calm. The outdoor Canadian hot tub, along with the sauna and steam room, make for total relaxation, while the 15 metre swimming pool is with warm mood lighting is incredibly inviting. The hotel's spa offers a variety of spa treatments and beauty therapies.Nature trails, pony treks, golf and fishing await those looking to explore the area, and attractions such as Inveraray Jail and Inveraray Castle are also nearby.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.