Designed by John Adam and opened in 1755, The Inveraray Inn is the oldest and most historic hotel in Inveraray as well as being one of the most iconic hotels on the west coast of Scotland. It occupies an unrivalled location on Inveraray's Front Street, overlooking Loch Fyne. This famous hotel, which has also been known in the past as The Great Inn, The Argyll Arms Hotel and The Argyll Hotel, Inveraray, now offers 36 comfortable, en-suite bedrooms, excellent local produce and traditional Highland hospitality.
Originally built to accommodate officials visiting Inveraray Castle, today The Inveraray Inn offers standards of hospitality that more than live up to its illustrious past. This historic Inveraray hotel is truly a jewel in Scotland's crown and makes an ideal base from which to explore the beautiful Western Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
We hope that you will visit with us very soon.
" The approach is splendid; the loch is very wide; straight before you a fine range of mountains splendidly lit up: green, pink, and lilac; to the left the little town of Inveraray; and above it, surrounded by pine woods, stands the Castle of Inveraray, square, with turrets at the corner. "
Queen Victoria - 1874