Inverstrae Bed & Breakfast
A warm welcome awaits you here in Argyll, near to Lochawe and Dalmally. Positioned in stunning countryside, high on the side of Glenstrae, yet readily accessible, you will enjoy great Hospitality and Comfort at Inverstrae Bed & Breakfast. Your hosts Ina, with her culinary talents, and husband Jim will make your stay in North Argyll a highlight of your visit to the Highlands.
Whether your interests are walking, cycling, star gazing, munro bagging /mountaineering, fishing, photography, country sports or just gentle touring, Inverstrae Bed & Breakfast is perfectly located for the many attractions which await you in this enchanting part of Scotland.
We have three bedrooms available for our guests. Cruachan is a Double, Eunaich is a Twin and Donachain is a single room (they are named after the munro's which can be seen on the opposite side of the Glen). They have private use of adjacent bathrooms and additionally there is a separate cloakroom. The rooms are individually heated and are equipped with tea/coffee & chocolate making facilities. Freesat TV and DVD is available in each room and WiFi can be obtained throughout the house.
Full or Continental Breakfast is served and includes choices of cereal, fruit juices, eggs, bacon, sausage, tomatoes and mushrooms, toast, tea / coffee. Individual preferences such as freshly made juices and smoothies can be provided by prior arrangement and various dietary requirements can be met including vegetarian, gluten free, diabetic etc.
We can also offer you a three course evening meal or a two course supper and even a picnic lunch to take with you wherever you are headed.
Your visit to the Highlands can be taken up with all kinds of activities. If its history you are after near to Inverstrae on the northern end of Loch Awe is Kilchurn Castle. Built for the first Lord of Glen Orchy, Sir Colin Campbell, in around 1450 it was the base for the Clan Campbell before the senior branch of the clan moved to Inverary Castle, just 15 miles away, where now you can see the whole history of the Clan Campbell,
Lochawe itself is reputed to be the longest freshwater loch in Scotland, some 26 miles from north to south. It is home to some of the largest trout in Britain, including at various times the holder of the British record. Inverstrae is very well placed for you to rest your rod after a days fishing in many waters within striking distance, including some of the sea lochs.
Travelling through the Pass of Brander from Inverstrae takes you in the direction of Oban. Passing near to the historic Iron Furnace at Bonawe and on along the shoreline of Loch Etive brings you to the tidal Falls of Lora at Connell with its bridge to Appin and beyond.
An airport at North Connel serves the greater Oban area and only a few miles on gets you to this historic seaport town with its famous Distillery and the Ferries which serve the Western Isles.
These are a few of the places and points of interest you can visit from Inverstrae Bed & Breakfast. The towns and cities of Glasgow Stirling and Perth are within 70 miles or so of Inverstrae so travel by air or road is simple. We can collect you by arrangement from Glasgow / Edinburgh / Connel Airports or pick you up in Damally from the train or bus.
However you choose to come there will be a warm welcome for you at Inverstrae and we look forward to seeing you here and becoming a part of our extended family.
Argyll PA33 1AP
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This page was last updated: 14 February 2014