Forest trails and lochside walks may include chance encounters with local wildlife, such as red deer. Loch Fyne borders Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park and gives access to Oban and the Mull of Kintyre on the west coast of Scotland.
From Glasgow, follow the Great Western road (A82) along the western shore of Loch Lomond. At Tarbet, take the A83 for over the Rest and be Thankful mountain pass. As you enter Inveraray, go past the famous Inveraray Jail and our hotel is located 400 yards further along on the right. From the south, as you enter Inveraray, Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa is in the row of prominent houses on your left hand side, facing the loch.
With a lochside setting, award-winning Cladach Mòr Bistro restaurant, new Shore spa, and our beautiful suites, Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa is the perfect place to retreat in Argyll & Bute.
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"We wanted a hotel with views in the lovely town of Inveraray and we are delighted that we chose the Loch Fyne. Excellent location just 6 minutes walk from the centre of town, with views over the Loch, a superb room with a super king bed, exceptionally clean throughout the hotel and to top it all a great group of staff who all seemed enthused & keen to give us the best possible experience."
Is Inveraray a town or village?
Inveraray is a town in Argyll and Bute, located on the western banks of Loch Fyne.
Is Inveraray Castle worth visiting?
We definitely think so. Inveraray Castle is a popular attraction amongst our guests, and arguably one of the best castles in Scotland. The drive contains breathtaking scenery, the castle itself is described as fairytale with gorgeous architecture. You can spend hours browsing their collections and exploring the beautifully kept grounds.
Does Inverary have a beach?
Inveraray does not have a beach, however, it boasts beautiful views across the shore on Front Street. There is a picturesque walk which takes you from Front Street, along to Inveraray Castle.
Are there otters in Loch Fyne?
Loch Fyne is home to an abundance of magnificent wildlife, particularly stunning seabirds such as cormorants, gannets and swans. In summer, there have been several occasions where there have been sightings of seals and otters from the shore of Loch Fyne. You might even spot a red squirrel when exploring the woodlands and forests.
Is Loch Fyne the longest loch in Scotland? (Longest sea loch)
Loch Fyne is 65km (40 miles) long which flows from the Sound of Bute, making it the longest sea loch in Scotland.