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Things to know


  • 2 hours north of Glasgow, 1.5 hours from Inverness both with airports
  • Picturesquely situated on the foothills of Ben Nevis
  • 17 bedrooms plus 2-bedroom gatehouse, all with private bathroom, have their own individual design
  • Rooms have splendid views of the grounds and surrounding mountains
  • Deals available for exclusive use, private parties, weddings and celebrations.
  • Meetings and conferences are stylishly accommodated
  • Various activities and attractions for guests, including tennis, fishing, clay pigeon shooting, and falconry displays
  • Full-sized snooker table
 

Things to do

 
  • Sleep in the Queen’s Suite, fit for Queen Victoria in 1873!
  • Take a trip on Hogwarts Express across Glenfinnan, through the Great Glen Way
  • Row your own boat out on Loch Na Marag and fish for trout that the chef can prepare for your tea
  • Climb Ben Nevis with your own personal Piper, the tallest mountain in the British Isles, for a picnic surrounded by the sound of bagpipes
  • Take a day trip to the Isle of Skye, dine at the Three Chimneys
 

Meetings and events


The pressure of modern life is pervasive; it can deflate enthusiasm. At such times, the space to reflect becomes precious and Inverlochy can breathe new life back into tired minds and bodies. The relaxed atmosphere is often inspiration enough for guests and, with the latest communications technology in every room, you can be sure that your ideas don’t get lost in the rarefied Highlands air. There is a tradition in this part of the world of the Meeting Place, where people get together to exchange views, share experience and, perhaps, a dram or two. Something of this informal approach to business is discernible in Inverlochy. Where the sound of pens scratching, computers tapping, and minds whirring is likely to be accompanied by the clacking of billiard balls, the cast of a fishing rod and the crackling of ice in glass.


Business Room


20 persons maximum – private dinner, 18 long table – conference


Green Room


20 persons maximum – private dinner (2 x 10)


Drawing Room


68 persons maximum (exclusive use only)


Front Hall


80 persons maximum – 8 x 10 round tables


The latest in electronic and audiovisual equipment available.


Perfect for exclusive use and incentive groups. Catering service for business lunches and dinners, private cocktail receptions, coffee breaks, buffets, company lunches, special celebrations, anniversaries, birthdays and weddings.


Food & beverage


Albert and Michel Roux Jr at Inverlochy Castle

Dining at ‘Albert and Michel Roux Jr at Inverlochy Castle’ is a culinary experience to savour, with the legendary father and son taking the helm of the kitchen and offering the finest dishes using local produce. Dining in one of three dining rooms, each decorated with period and elaborate furniture presented as gifts to Inverlochy Castle from the King of Norway, creating a unique experience in unrivalled surroundings. The menu features modern British cuisine with French influences which is internationally recognised by all major guides. We have been awarded AA 3 Red Rosettes.


Afternoon tea


Visit the tranquil surroundings of Inverlochy Castle for afternoon tea, select your choice of tea leaves from the tea menu and enjoy the Chef’s savoury finger sandwiches, freshly made scones and selection of sweet delicatessens.

INVERLOCHY CASTLE HOTEL

DESCRIPTION

Inverlochy Castle Hotel is a beautiful 19th-century castle surrounded by the luscious green of the evergreen trees and the sparkling blue from the nearby loch. Being in Scotland’s finest Country Hotel, you will enjoy the holiday of a lifetime, where every detail for your comfort and enjoyment has been carefully considered and one which you are sure never to forget.

The area surrounding Inverlochy Castle is rich in landscape and history, to name but a few of these breath-taking places – the falls at Glen Nevis, the monument at Glenfinnan and the mountains of Glencoe. During a trip to Balmoral in 1873, Queen Victoria spent a week at Inverlochy sketching and painting where she wrote in her diaries ‘I never saw a lovelier or more romantic spot’. Nestling in the foothills of the mighty Ben Nevis, Inverlochy Castle sits amidst some of Scotland’s finest scenery.

Dining at ‘Albert and Michel Roux Jr at Inverlochy Castle’ is a culinary experience to savour, with the legendary father and son taking the helm of the kitchen and offering the finest dishes using local produce. You can dine in any of the hotel’s three dining rooms, each decorated with period and elaborate furniture presented as gifts to Inverlochy Castle from the King of Norway, creating a unique experience in unrivalled surroundings.