Friday 7 October 2016

Loch Lomond: 1 Night for Two with Breakfast; with Option for Dinner at the 4* Inn on Loch Lomond From £65

4* Inn Loch Lomond Stay

The Hotel

Nestled on the loch’s western bank, The Inn on Loch Lomond is located at Inverbeg, a 15-minute drive from nearby golf clubs and spa venues. The Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park surrounds the venue with plenty of dramatic scenery to explore, while a ferry from Inverbeg can transport passengers across the water to Rowardennan.
First opened in 1814, the inn was refurbished in 2008, with modern furnishings and fixtures complimenting traditional features, such as the restaurant and bar’s open fireplace.
The inn’s main building features rooms with shower, double bed and wall-mounted flat-screen TV. More private accommodation is on hand thanks to eight individually designed bedrooms located away from the main building in the Beach House, overlooking the loch and jetty.
Mr. C’s bar and restaurant aims to celebrate Scotland’s renowned fish and whisky, with the emphasis firmly on a selection of seafood dishes and various tipples, while real ales, grilled dishes and more are also offered either to eat in or take away.


Enjoy an overnight break at a four star inn a short distance from Loch Lomond’s western shore

What You Get

Included in all options: 1-night stay for two in a standard room with breakfast, arriving between 1 Oct 2016 to 31 Mar 2017


  • Restaurant and bar with lounge
  • Live entertainment takes place on all weekends in the main bar/restaurant
  • Check-in from 3pm; check-out by 11am
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi available in main building only
  • Dogs permitted (£10 supplement)

Guide to Loch Lomond and The Trossachs

National Park Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park displays a mountainous panorama with glens and lakes, bringing sightseers close to many natural wonders.
Wayfarers may admire the beauty of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, enjoying the sprawling landscape with plenty of dramatic scenery to explore. Holidaymakers may also practice a cluster of adrenaline-pumping activities such as walking, golfing or water sports available in this region, and take a good ramble through the local woods, stopping for a picnic beside a loch, or go head over heels with zorbing.