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Sleeps - 42
Region - Highlands & Islands
Sporting Salmon Fishing · Trout Fishing
Activities Sailing · Snooker/Billiards · Walking / Hiking
Facilities Snooker / Billiards · Wifi
Features Children Friendly · Fully Catered
Rental From £115 per person per night B&B
Set amid one of the last great unspoiled wildernesses in Europe, the Inver Lodge Hotel offers visitors a tranquil retreat of outstanding natural beauty. For anglers, walkers, bird-watchers or anyone who loves nature, a stay here gives you the opportunity to experience the spectacular natural environment while enjoying the luxurious facilities and excellent cuisine of one of the best hotels in the Scottish Highlands.
Atlantic seals in the harbour, golden eagles over the mountains, red deer on the moorland; leaping salmon and darting brown trout in the rivers and lochs. From its hillside setting, the hotel looks down onto the quiet fishing village of Lochinver, and across the clear waters of the loch to the distant outline of the Western Isles. With just 21 rooms, all enjoying the same spectacular view, the friendly, welcoming staff ensure that you have everything you need to make the most of your stay.
The roaring log fire is the focal point of the relaxing Foyer, where the guests come to enjoy afternoon tea, a quiet game of cards or after-dinner conversation before retiring for the night.
The Inver Lodge Hotel may seem like another world, but it is not difficult to reach! Regular flights between Inverness and London take just one and a half hours, a further two hours by car through beautiful Highland scenery will bring you to our door and the warmest of Scottish welcomes.
Tariff 2018 – 1st April to 1st November
Bed & Breakfast Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Iolaire Suite £480 £550 Canisp Room £320 £390 Suilven Room £320 £390 Superior Sea View Room £265 £340 Single Occupancy £150 £185 Standard Sea View Room £215 £290 Single Occupancy £115 £150
Children policy – If in own room full price of room. Extra bed – 8 and over sharing a room with 2 full paying adults is £50 bed and breakfast. Children under 8 are free, meals charged accordingly.
All rates are per room, per night, based on two people sharing, inclusive of V.A.T at 20%.
Nicholas and his superb team will make you feel wonderfully welcome in this tranquil oasis with breathtaking views over the rugged coast line of Sutherland.
Public Rooms The warm colours and comfortable furnishings of the spacious foyer lounge with its open fire set the tone for your visit.
Browse the small shop for a gift or souvenir of your stay in the Highlands.
The elegantly appointed Bar provides guests with some opportunity to sample some of the distinctive malt whiskies of the region or enjoy our own Inver Lodge special blend or malt before or after dinner.
Guests can take advantage of our full size snooker table or restore their energies in the sauna.
A drying room is available for those days when your clothes need that extra bit of drying from your day on the river, walking the hills or rugged coast line.
Bedrooms Canisp, Suilven, Assynt, Gillaroo… each of the comfortably appointed bedrooms are named after a nearby loch or mountain.
The generous proportions of the rooms allow for tasteful furnishings including six foot wide double beds or extra wide twin beds, a writing desk, dressing table, coffee table and easy chairs to relax and enjoy the view. Each room has a private bathroom with superior fittings and toiletries. A selection of teas, cafetiere coffee and other beverages making facilities are in the rooms, mini bar, Roberts Radio, Flat Screen Digital TV, Trouser Press, Wireless Internet Connection and Direct Dial Telephone are offered in each room.
The four Superior Rooms provide added space to increase the comfort of your stay.
The enhanced facilities of two executive rooms – Canisp and Suilven offer a dining table and a sitting area along with views of the mountains and sea.
Our Iolaire Suite with its log fire has panoramic views over Lochinver and the western sea.
attraction to anglers. The clear running streams and lochs in this part of Scotland are the natural home of brown trout. The sea trout, after two or three years in fresh waters in which it is hatched, gradually makes its way towards the sea, where it grows quickly, takes on a silvery skin, and returns to the river to spawn. The salmon follows a similar life history. The Inver Lodge Hotel is the ideal centre for the angler, with some excellent salmon fishings on the Inver and Kirkaig rivers. The hotel also has access to boats on certain lochs around the area. The Upper and Lower Inver as well as being excellent for salmon fishing provides good sea trout fishing in the evenings, and with the addition of the Middle Inver there is plenty of choice for any angler. The hotel has boats on four of the lochs, some of which contain sea trout and salmon. All the trout are wild brownies and excellent baskets are taken annually. There are also innumerable hill lochs available for those who enjoy a good walk in the Assynt area.
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