Less than 30 minutes drive from Glasgow International Airport and set back on the A82, only five minute north of the picturesque village of Luss, the 200 year old Inn on Loch Lomond is ideally located to explore the Loch Lomond area or stop over while travelling the West Highlands. An extensive redesign has integrated stylish modern facilities and décor, while retaining the ambience of a traditional Scottish Inn.
Contemporary Inn-style accommodation is available within the Inn itself and luxury beach house rooms are just a short walk from the main building, boasting views of the loch, mountains and jetty.
Mr.C's Fish & Whisky bar/restaurant offers relaxed dining with a menu which includes West Coast fish teas and Buccleuch steaks & burgers. Enjoy a selection of 250 whiskies, 30 wines, by the glass, and a quality choice of real ales. Scottish hospitality continues at the weekends with traditional live folk music. The original Inn has been a popular stop over point for travellers for nearly two centuries offering fantastic views down to Loch Lomond and Ben Lomond. Under new ownership, all public areas and have been completely redesigned, as have a further eight rooms within the exclusive beach house which is located on the banks of Loch Lomond. Mr. C's Fish and Whisky Bar serves traditional fish and chips, seafood, burgers and steaks. Children are not overlooked with a fantastic menu specially created for them, Little C's.
It is perfectly located to explore some of the most stunning parts of Scotland, from city to the Highlands, with easy access to Glasgow, Oban, Inveraray and the rugged west coast. Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park is one of the most beautiful and untouched areas of Scotland. Within this, Argyll Forest Park stretches from the shores of Loch Lomond and Loch Long to Loch Eck and Loch Fyne. Its location is ideal for water activities, including loch cruises, water skiing and canoeing or on land, mountain biking, hill walking and golfing. Alternatively, just sit back and relax with a dram, real ale or your favourite tipple and enjoy a fantastic meal followed by great live folk music.
A long established hostelry continuing to offer a warm welcome, friendly staff and freshly prepared good food, with the emphasis on local sourcing wherever possible, and an impressive array of whiskies to sample.
Cullen Skink with toasted bloomer bread: "An attractive presentation with the steaming bowlful set on a paper lined, wooden tray, with two slices of toasted seeded bloomer bread alongside." "A rich creamy stock crammed with pieces of smoked haddock and cubed potato, enlivened by finely chopped onion." "Good quality seeded bread, crisply toasted and in sufficient quantity for the large bowl of soup." "Quality produce handled with care."