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This secluded hotel on the shores of Loch Lomond
was once a hunting lodge for the Duke of Montrose. It's often
reached by ferry that splashes through the dark waters past
historic isles hiding ruinous McFarlane castles. View the nearby
Arklet Falls and wander the West Highland Way in search of Rob
Roy's cave and possibly glimpse swooping Ospreys.
With stunning views over the loch from the dining room and
ballroom, the hotel is nestled in the heart of the most beautiful
and popular part of Scotland.
The hotel launch is regularly used to ferry guests across Loch
Lomond to and from the hotel and is also reachable by road from
The Inversnaid Hotel is truly worth visiting.
In the 65 acres of the hotel's wooded grounds lies Rob Roy's
Cave and the dramatic Arklet Falls. Also close by is the historic
Inversnaid Garrison ruins, mentioned by Sir Walter Scott in his Rob
To the north, is an extensive bird reserve through which a
steep, but pleasant circular path meanders, offering wonderful
views down Loch Lomond from its highest point.
The West Highland Way, Scotland's long distance walk, also
passes by the hotel.
Hotel Facilities include:
- Comfortable, well furnished ensuite bedrooms with tea making
facilities, TV & radio
- Lounge bar
- Reception seating area with open fires lit during the winter
- Function room with nightly entertainment
- Lift service to many bedrooms
- Hotel passenger ferry
Weather permitting some day excursions will start and return by