The Inn For All Seasons

When the original Inn was built in 1804, it was the epitome of a roadside establishment, with horse-drawn traffic trundling along about six feet from the front door. You can still experience some of what that road felt like by continuing on the A82 between Tarbet and Ardlui, where it still follows the size and course of the original road.

Now, over 200 years later, countless visitors from far and wide have come and gone and little has stayed the same. The original building remains but with two substantial additions testifying to its growing popularity; the old road is now the hotel’s terrace and a cul de sac; its successor, the A82, has retreated down the hill towards the shore of Loch Lomond, and in January this year, our family, Andrew, Rosaline, Janice and Ray, became owners of our third successive Scottish hotel.

Nobody really owns a hotel, it sort of owns you for as long as you are privileged to steer its course. However long our stewardship is destined to last, we are very conscious of the history and importance of The Inn to the thousands of people who have rested their heads, eaten their fill and slaked their thirst here, and we intend to do everything in our power to make a stay at The Inn as happy, comfortable and memorable as we possibly can.

Scottish Inn hospitality reinvented for the 21st century.

The Inn first opened in 1814, and has retained its traditional charm ever since, serving as a watering hole to generations of travellers, from far and wide. The new Inn on Loch Lomond’s heritage has been honoured with a stylish and contemporary refurbishment and now boasts modern accommodation, uniquely stylised public spaces, a fantastic restaurant and bar with natural furnishings for a cosy Loch Lomond Hotel.


Our Rooms

The rooms at The Inn are designed to be modern and well-equipped while remaining in harmony with their exquisite surroundings. They are not all the same – some were built with the original part of the hotel 200 years ago, others are younger than the current century, but the hotel’s character pervades throughout. A winding old staircase leads to some quirky bedroom corridors but, on reaching your room, you will find charm and comfort, with good sized televisions and smart, modern bathrooms.

Things to do

Things to Do

Explore Loch Lomond, Loch Long and Loch Fyne, Glen Douglas right behind the hotel. cycleways and pathways. Climb the Arrochar Alps. Hike the local trails. Unwind by fishing in the lochs and rivers, canoeing or taking a Loch Lomond pleasure cruise, by driving around this breathtakingly beautiful part of Scotland, or simply by contemplating the view from a comfortable sofa in our hotel with something to eat and a drink at hand.

Bar & Restaurant

The hotel’s main restaurant is used for breakfast and dinner; the bar restaurant for lunch, afternoon tea and for guests with dogs during the evening. The daytime menu includes the staples of Scottish comfort food – Mac and Cheese, Haggis, Fish and Chips, Burgers etc. The evening menu adds an eclectic range of house specialities to suit all tastes, including Vegetarian and Vegan options.

Extensive trials early in 2023 have led to our new, longer list aimed to appeal to diners’ tastes, with some wines available by the glass. Our extensive drinks list naturally majors on Single Malt whiskies, especially one from our immediate surroundings, and Scottish gins.

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Live Music

On Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, solo artists play in the bar, mixing Scottish music, folk and hits of the present and past. On Sundays, a pianist plays in the restaurant during the evening with a repertoire built around the great American songbook and the hits of the greats.

Offers & Packages

Find out about all our Special Offers available at The Inn on Loch Lomond.

Music & Events

Check out our latest Live Events line up for 2024.

Book a Table

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Our Neighbourhood

Visit & Explore

Staying at the Inn On Loch Lomond offers an ideal opportunity to relax, unwind and enjoy the amazing scenery that surrounds us. From the majestic mountains and rugged woodland to the sparkling blue waters of Scotland’s bonniest loch.

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