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The Inn at Inverbeg, Scottish Inn hospitality reinvented for the 21st century.
Looking for Loch Lomond hotels and inns with a real difference? The Inn at Inverbeg is a stylish, contemporary Inn, completely redesigned following a multi million pound refurbishment in 2008. It 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 at Inverbegs 200 year heritage has been honoured. Yet, it now boasts modern accommodation, uniquely stylised public spaces, a fantastic restaurant and bar with furniture in a range of leather, cow hide and of course a roaring fire.
A short walk from the main building is our sumptuous Beach House right on the banks of the loch. Think four-poster beds, crisp white linens, wooden floors, chaise-lounges and balconies looking out to the jetty, loch and mountains...the beach house is a very special place to unwind and relax. The ultimate in Loch Lomond luxury accommodation.
We have created a new type of casual dining within the relaxed atmosphere of Mr Cs Fish and Whisky Bar and Restaurant, serving seafood, Buccleuch burgers and steaks and, what many describe as the best fish and chips in Scotland. A fantastic Little Cs childrens menu has been created. All available with an innovative express service method, which allows you to take your own order, or if you prefer order to take-away.
Set back on the main A82, just 3 miles north of the picturesque village of Luss, with stunning views across Scotlands most famous Loch towards Ben Lomond, you can find the stunningly revamped Inn at Inverbeg on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond, just over 30 minutes from Glasgow Airport.
The Inn at Inverbeg on the Bonnie banks of Loch Lomond re-opened its doors in Summer 2008 with 4 Star Inn status, beautiful, rustic accommodation, a new wave fish restaurant and whisky bar, all offering the warmth and ambience of a stylish, contemporary Inn.
The Inn at Inverbeg is a couple of miles north of Luss on the west shores of Loch Lomond. The Inn has been a popular resting place for travellers for 190 years, established in 1814, and ever since has been a famous and welcoming place to stop for food, drink and a bed for the night. Set back imposingly from the main road, replete with flagpoles, you wont miss it. The Inn offers superb views down to the loch.
Loch Lomond has been a magnet for visitors for centuries. The loch is the largest expanse of fresh water in Britain (27.5 square miles) and is over 22 miles long and five miles wide at its broadest point, with around 30 islands, three of them inhabited. And above the loch is Ben Lomond, 3192 feet (973 metres) high and the most southerly of the "Munros" (the 284 mountain peaks in Scotland over 3,000 feet).
The Inn at Inverbeg scoops prestigious AA Pub of the Year Award
The Inn at Inverbeg was named AA Pub of the Year Scotland at the highly regarded AA Hospitality Awards 2009-2010 on Monday 28 September. The glamorous black-tie ceremony was hosted by Natasha Kaplinsky and held at the London Hilton on Park Lane.
The AA Hospitality Awards are the most prestigious and respected national awards of their kind. Attended by the cream of the hospitality world, including leading chefs, hoteliers and restaurateurs it is a huge achievement for the newly reopened Inn at Inverbeg. Every AA establishment is automatically eligible to win one of their coveted awards which recognise and reward the excellent services provided by the UKs very best establishments and launches the 2010 AA guides to UK hotels and restaurants. Selection is made based on overall excellence and the specific achievements throughout the previous year.
The Inn at Inverbeg, set back on the A82 and previously known as Inverbeg Inn, first opened in 1814 and has served as a watering hole for generations of travellers. Over the years it has exchanged ownership, but in June 2007 the Colquhoun family, owners of nearby Lodge on Loch Lomond Hotel, purchased the Inn. Following a short closure and a multi-million pound reinvestment this historical landmark was reopened fully redesigned offering the local community and those travelling the West of Scotland a stunningly designed Inn with excellent food, drink, entertainment and accommodation.
Leading the design process, Ann Colquhoun has created a perfect place to unwind, with uniquely stylized public spaces incorporating furniture in a range of leather and cow hide. Modern accommodation, 12 Inn rooms and eight beautiful, luxury Beach House rooms situated by Loch Lomond, have been painstakingly developed. The Inn at Inverbeg has successfully secured a 4-star VisitScotland Inn grading.
Niall Colquhoun, owner of The Inn at Inverbeg said: We are absolutely delighted to win this award. Transforming The Inn at Inverbeg into the stylish, inviting place it is today has taken time and dedication from Graham Kelly, general manager, and the entire team. It is fantastic for this to be recognised by the highly respected AA hospitality awards.
AA Hotel Services Group Area Manager Giovanna Grossi said: We selected the Inn at Inverbeg as Pub of the Year Scotland because this traditional Scottish Inn dating back to 1814 has been stylishly and sympathetically refurbished, creating a destination pub for both locals and travellers alike and offers excellent food, friendly attentive service, stunning accommodation and a great range of real ales and Scottish whiskies.
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