Month: July 2021

Dining Update 21st July 2021

We are so sorry to advise that it will be resident dining only until the 30th July at The Inn, unfortunately as a result of the “Pingdemic” which means a number of the team are now having to self isolate we have no option but to close out to non resident dining in the short term. We are still able to offer drinks from the bar to non residents.
We are reaching out to all bookings to re-schedule or discuss the options available, please do get in touch if you have a non resident lunch/dinner booking and we’ve not managed to catch up with you as yet. 01436 860678
Sincere apologies and hopefully we will be back on track for the 30th July!

Updated guidelines from 19th July 2021

Updated guidelines from 19th July 2021 – Covid-19 Level 0

Alcohol can be served indoors until Midnight.

You can meet in groups of up to 10 from 4 households in an indoor public place such as a café, pub or restaurant

You can meet in groups of up to 15 from 15 households outdoors, in a private garden or a public place like a park or an outdoor area of a café

Under 12s do not count towards the total number of people or households meeting inside or outside.

You can travel anywhere in Scotland.

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Updated guidelines from 5th June 2021 – Covid-19 Level 1

Alcohol can be served indoors until 23:00.

You can meet in groups of up to 8 from 3 households in an indoor public place such as a café, pub or restaurant

You can meet in groups of up to 12 from 12 households outdoors, in a private garden or a public place like a park or an outdoor area of a café

Under 12s do not count towards the total number of people or households meeting outside but do count towards the household numbers indoors

You can travel anywhere in Scotland.

Hotels and other accommodation providers can still serve food to guests staying in their premises up to 23:00.   Non Residents until 23:00.

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Updated guidelines from 17th May 2021 – Covid-19 Level 2

Alcohol can be served indoors until 22:30.

You can meet in groups of up to 6 from 3 households in an indoor public place such as a café, pub or restaurant

You can meet in groups of up to 8 from 8 households outdoors, in a private garden or a public place like a park or an outdoor area of a café

Under 12s do not count towards the total number of people or households meeting outside but do count towards the household numbers indoors

You can travel anywhere in Scotland.

Hotels and other accommodation providers can still serve food to guests staying in their premises up to 22:30.   Non Residents until 22:30.

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Updated guidelines from 29th April 2021 – our reopening!

There are still some Government restrictions to be aware of as we move out of lock down with all of Scotland at Covid-19 Level 3.

Level 3 https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-protection-levels/pages/protection-level-3/

Alcohol cannot be served indoors – only from our outside seating area (open 12-10pm)

You can meet in groups of up to 6 from 2 households in an indoor public place such as a café, pub or restaurant

You can meet in groups of up to 6 from 6 households outdoors, in a private garden or a public place like a park or an outdoor area of a café

Under 12s do not count towards the total number of people or households meeting outside but do count towards the household numbers indoors

You can travel anywhere in Scotland

Hotels and other accommodation providers can still serve food to guests staying in their premises up to 22:00.   Non Residents until 20:00.

From 17th May we hope to be moving to Level 2 https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-protection-levels/pages/protection-level-2/ 

From 7th June we hope to be moving to Level 1 https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-protection-levels/pages/protection-level-1/

From the end of June we hope to be moving to Level 0 https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-protection-levels/pages/protection-level-0/

Timetable and what you can do https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-protection-levels/pages/timetable/

Updated guidelines from 21st December 2020 – 31st March 2021

Further to the FM’s announcement on Saturday 19th December and the introduction of the Tier 4 restrictions throughout Scotland,  it is with great sadness that we must temporarily close the hotel until 31st March 2021.  We are so sorry to disappoint all our arriving guests who were booked to stay over the course of these dates and appreciate your understanding given the short notice and that the situation is out with all of our control.  During the closure we have a small team of staff working to keep the hotel safe however you will not be able to make contact with us by telephone as our phone lines will be closed off,  our Reservations Team can be contacted by email res@innonlochlomond.co.uk and if we’ve not already managed to get in touch with you in connection with your booking to make alternative arrangements then please do drop us a message and we will endeavour to reply as quickly as we can.   Rest assured we can reschedule or cancel/refund your booking as is required.

We thank all of our guests who have been able to visit us in 2020 and to all the team who have done an amazing job making The Lodge a safe and welcoming place during these unprecedented times and with a vaccine now with us look forward to happier days ahead.

Best wishes from all at The Inn on Loch Lomond!

 


Important Update – November 2020

Unfortunately from 9th November until the end of December 2020 we have temporarily closed our calendar/opening times – we are so sorry for any inconvenience however due to the ever changing and increasing travel restrictions around Covid and the implications of how this now affects the business on these quieter months we have now temporarily closed.  This is not a decision we have taken lightly and appreciate your ongoing understanding with this.  We do hope as soon as the situation improves nationally that we will be able to review and revert to our typical opening hours.  In the meantime we do have availability at our sister property The Lodge on Loch Lomond just 2 miles away.

Our Reservations Team have reached out to everyone who had a booking during the affected dates however there may be some instances whereby we haven’t been able to speak with you personally or where you haven’t responded to us – please do get in touch to reschedule your booking or arrange a refund via res@innonlochlomond.co.uk – we will endeavour to reply as quickly as we can.

We were so excited to reopen the hotel on 10th August following the lock down earlier this year and are devastated to be temporarily closing again!  As soon as we can we hope to come back better than ever and be able to welcome our wonderful guests once more.

Feel free to read about Our Hygiene Commitment  and our Social Distancing Etiquette in advance of arrival. Any queries you can email res@innonlochlomond.co.uk


Due to stay or visit The Inn on Loch Lomond from 2nd November 2020:

Located within Argyll & Bute we have been placed in Tier 2 of the new Scottish Government Protection Level,   the good news is this now means from 2nd November 2020 we are permitted to serve alcoholic drinks indoors to your table whilst eating a main meal.  Non Residents – we can serve food & drinks 12noon until 8pm close/finish, Residents can dine/drink at your table until 10pm close/finish, room service drinks are available after 8pm until 2am.

Top Tips for guests staying with us during these dates

Arrive early to make the most of your time in the daylight – whether that be dining or staying over.  It is getting dark from 5.30pm onwards and this creeps earlier every night,  whilst you won’t be able to check in to your room until 3pm you can still enjoy a table in the Restaurant or leave your luggage and go explore,  we will endeavour to have your room ready as soon as possible.

Room Service drinks are available until 2am – so relax back in the comfort of your room after 10pm and simply call our Team on 402 to arrange your drinks.

Guidelines for residents:

Follow the 6 persons/2 households rule when dining in the Restaurant.

Only 1 household per bedroom.

Please do not wander the hotel corridors with alcohol that has been served to you via Room Service.

The same standard hotel guidelines apply in regards to not being permitted to bring and consume your own alcohol anywhere in the hotel or hotel grounds, including your bedroom.

Should you require any further info in regards to your stay email: res@innonlochlomond.co.uk