The First House Inveraray Formerly the Fernpoint Hotel, this beautiful Georgian lochside house offers comfortable and relaxing accommodation in Inveraray on the shores of Loch Fyne with uninterrupted loch views from many of its rooms.
Fernpoint is a fine Georgian building with an unusual left hand thread circular turnpike stair in the turret, serving all three stories of the building. The house is notable for the fact that it is out of alignment with the rest of the houses in the town which suggests it was not in the original plan of the burgh.
The original name of the house was "Ardraineach" which is the gaelic for the "Fern point".Room 31
Restful standard room with a contemporary feel with views over the garden, on the ground floor.Room 32
A cool blue small double with a view overlooking the garden (not ensuite but with private facilities opposite the room)Room 33
A purple haze in a standard room, perfect for a cosy night away. Windows overlooking the gardenRoom 34
Stunning deluxe master with leather lounging by the log fire. Very spacious room to relax and spread out with beautiful loch views. Relaxing scottish jacuzzi.Room 35
Stunning room with an authentic french flare, gorgeous fireplace and loch views. "Magnifique" bathingRoom 36
A very romantic room, perfect for special getaways, and to gaze over the loch FyneRoom 37
A small burst of sunshine with loch views (not ensuite but with private facilities opposite the room )Room 38
A calming and peaceful room with a hint of new england with a wee comfy area
|Double/Twin Rooms||£85 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
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