We offer overnight accommodation for Inver restaurant guests in luxury, en suite bothies.
The bothies are adjacent to the restaurant, over a small wooden bridge. The contemporary interiors feature mosaic tiling, hand-woven cushions, bespoke quilts and floor-to-ceiling picture windows overlooking the loch and Old Castle Lachlan.
Each en suite bothy has a super king-size bed (double or twin); three have baths and the fourth features a spacious wet room and walk-in shower. An air-source heat pump, eco-friendly wood fibre insulation and triple glazing keeps them cool in summer and cosy in the cold months.
Relax, put on a record, read one of the classic paperbacks or enjoy the Wi-Fi, while outside the window osprey fish the bay and trout jump in the river.
All bothy bookings include a restaurant booking as standard, so there is no need to make a separate enquiry.
In the wake of COVID-19 disruption, and to try and manage our staff fairly, we’ve had to keep our ‘a la carte’ menu offering for evenings when the restaurant is open to the public as well as to our bothy guests. In July we will be serving both our ‘a la carte’ and tasting menu on Friday & Saturday. From August – October we will be serving both our ‘a la carte’ and tasting menu on Friday, Saturday and Sundays. In November both menus will be available on Friday and Saturdays, while in December we will serve both menus on Saturdays only.
On all the other evenings the restaurant will be open exclusively to bothy customers and we’re offering our bespoke tasting menu of five small courses and snacks, using the very best produce from nearby farms, waters, hills and gardens, for £65.
Staying over at Inver means enjoying our award-winning food at breakfast, too.
In the morning we’ll bring a picnic basket to your bothy for you to unpack and enjoy at your leisure. Breakfast includes traditional Scottish breakfast pastries and sourdough bread, our own butter and preserves, sprouted grain cereals and house made yogurt, fresh local eggs, and juices from our gardeners’ fruit and vegetables. Depending on the time of year you may also enjoy Inver cured meats, potted loch crab or trout, or local farmhouse cheeses. And of course, freshly brewed Inver coffee, loose leaf teas or infusions from the garden.
Bed and breakfast £205
(Based on two people sharing / Single occupancy £180)
Dinner, bed and breakfast £335
(Tasting menu only, for two people / Single occupancy £245)
(To book online, choose the room rate, then add ‘Tasting Menu’ via the ‘Optional Extras’)
Two night midweek break £360
(Bed and breakfast only, two consecutive nights excluding Saturday & Sunday)
(Single occupancy £310)
Wednesday – Sunday
August – October 2020
Monday – Sunday (every day)
November – December 2020
Wednesday – Sunday
Bed & Breakfast
Two double rooms with a shared bathroom on a farm near Strachur, a 15 minute drive from Inver.
Thistle House Guest House
Slightly further away at St Catherine’s, Thistle House is a four-star guest house with seven spacious, en suite rooms.
Occasional B&B and a holiday cottage on a working farm. Home of the Jersey cows who supply our farmhouse cheese.
Rural Stable Studio
Super cute converted stable apartment on this 17th century farm in Lochgoilhead, a 30 minute drive from Inver. If needed a taxi can be arranged. 2 night minimum stay.
Fyne View B&B
A cosy room in a stunning house in Strachur overlooking Loch Fyne.
On the Castle Lachlan estate, New Castle Lachlan (sleeps 13-15) and its Drimdarroch Cottage (sleeps 8) are available for let for events, weddings and holidays. There are many options on the Cowal Peninsula for holiday lets, have a look here:
Fyne Byre Cottage is only 3 miles from Inver.
www.tighnariddon.co.uk is on the shore in stunning Glendaruel.
We don’t have our own moorings yet, but we will in the future. Until then, you are welcome to drop anchor in the bay.
Mobile Homes & Camper Vans
We are listed on the camper van site Britstop. We are usually happy for you to park your camper in the car park at Inver, but we’d appreciate it if you ring in advance to book a space as there is not room for very many vans! Obviously it’s only courteous of you then to stop into Inver for a coffee, pint or dinner….
There is a small area for wild camping next to Inver, if you’d like more information please contact us directly. Wild camping on the estate is strictly forbidden.