Accommodation in Inveraray
Welcome to Innerleithen on the Scottish Accommodation Guide, a town in Argyll and Bute on the western edge of Loch Fyne. Ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll who resides at Inverary Castle. Attraction include Inveraray Jail.
Inveraray Bed and Breakfast and Self Catering
Mrs Dorothy Strickland
The Wee Hooses Self Catering
The Wee Hooses, Main Street, Inveraray, PA32 8TS
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Telephone:+441764653246 - Please mention Scottish Accommodation Guide when calling.
18th Century building, beautifully modernised, to produce two delightful self catering cottages.
The Wee Hoose and The Big Wee Hoose. Both wee hooses comprise double bedroom, open plan lounge/dining / fully equiped kitchen. Town centre ground floor, easy access, comfy, cosy accomodation, so convenient and such good value for money. Just the perfect place to relax and a great base for touring Argyll.
Mr Howard Spicer
Rudha-na-Craige Guest House
Rudha-na-Craige, Inveraray, PA32 8YX
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Telephone: 01499 302668 - Please mention Scottish Accommodation Guide when calling.
Susan & Howard Spicer welcome you to Inveraray. Stay in a beautiful and historical home where the Duke of Argyll's ancestors once lived. 4 Star Gold - Visit Scotland. Exceptional accommodation, all en-suite, great food, stunning Loch Fyne views, Inveraray centres a short walk/ drive. An individual experience with a high standard of hospitality and comfort. Includes free access to local spa facilities. Free Wi-Fi also discount vouchers for Inveraray Castle and the Historic jail. Excellent base for visiting local attractions and touring Argyll and the Highlands.