Things to do in Inveraray include the celebration of local culture and heritage through annual Highland Games and local museums like Inveraray Jail.

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.

Attractions

Inveraray Castle is the ancestral seat of the Duke of Argyll, Clan Chief of the Campbells. The castle invites visitors to tour its armoury, elegant rooms and grounds. Peat and coastal air add subtle notes to local malt whiskies, with distillery tours and tastings available nearby at Oban and Loch Lomond.

Inveraray Castle

Inveraray Castle, just a short walk from the hotel, is the ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll who founded the town in 1745. Visitors are invited inside to learn more about the history of the building and to tour the many grand rooms and admire the extravagant décor and furnishings on offer.

Inveraray Jail

Inveraray Jail, completed in 1820, is a 'living museum' where real people portray what life was like in a 19th century prison. This fascinating attraction offers visitors the unique opportunity to step back in time on a journey through the gory history of the late medieval judicial system and see what life was like for prisoners within this once overcrowded jail.

Fyne Ales Brewery

The proud team behind the unique brewery operate guided tours for visitors, which take guests on an exclusive behind the scenes journey – guided by an expert brewer. After the tour, guests are invited to join in on a tasting session where they can enjoy the final product in all its glory.

Kilchurn Castle

Once owned by the Campbells of Glenorchy, and built in the 1400s, Kilchurn Castle sits in the shadow of Ben Cruachan on Loch Awe, a short distance from Inveraray on the road to Oban.

Exploring

As the traditional county town of Argyll, Inveraray overlooks the waters of Loch Fyne and whilst there's much to do in the village itself, there's a lot to explore and discover in the area around the loch and further afield, making Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa an excellent base for those who wish to day tour before returning to recharge following a days adventures. To the south, lies the Crinan Canal and the rugged coast and beaches of the Mull of Kintyre, whilst to the west and north, mountains and lochs lead the way to Oban which is in easy reach as the gateway to the Islands off the west coast of Scotland.

Directions to Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa

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.

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