Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa offers a mix of hotel guestrooms, some of which are dog friendly. In addition to the standard doubles, there are family rooms, superiors and junior suites which feature views of the iconic Loch Fyne. So, whether you’re looking for family holidays, a romantic getaway or a relaxing spa break while you explore the Highlands and Islands, you’ll find plenty to suit your needs.
Dining at Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa is a memorable experience; one that is hard to top anywhere else in the west coast of Scotland. Guests can expect an atmosphere that is warm and inviting. In the Clansman Restaurant ceilings are low creating a cosy feel, and nostalgic photography of a bygone era in fishing village life is often a talking point.
The stone walls and tartan carpet give a feeling of tradition and locality, and it is with the slate dining mats and polished mahogany tables that the restaurant has a sense of opulence, yet always remaining relaxed. Dress code in The Clansman like the rest of Loch Fyne Hotel is relaxed, so dress up or down to suit your mood.
With some of the finest seafood on the doorstep, the team of chefs are in their element when it comes to producing the dinner delights for waiting diners.
The spa is a welcoming, warm yet tranquil space... The pool area looks over the dramatic scenery, a place where you can gain serenity and ultimate relaxation away from the hustle and bustle of life.
Step away from the stresses in life, and find the spa offering a haven where you can indulge in a spa day or break or book a treatment during your stay. The spa experience represents the shores of Loch Fyne surrounded by the dramatic scenery of the Highlands and the west coast of Scotland through an Elemis range of products. Spa therapists are dedicated to creating a fine Scottish spa experience.
Facilities include: 15 metre indoor heated pool, Sauna & steam room, Jacuzzi bath, Outdoor Canadian hot tub, Four treatment rooms, Couples treatment room.
There’s an impressive choice of beautiful places to visit and interesting things to do in Scotland and this hotel makes the perfect base for exploring the west coast.
Inverary Castle, just a short walk from the hotel, is the ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll who founded the town in 1745, and Inverary Jail, completed in 1820, is a ‘living museum’ where real people portray what life was like in a 19th century prison.
There is an annual Fyne Fest featuring a selection of over 30 of the tastiest ales and scrumpies from around the UK plus live Scottish music from some of the best bands on the west coast. The annual Inverary Highland Games take place in the castle grounds and traditional skills in piping, Highland dancing and athletics are demonstrated by experts from all over the UK.