From the moment you approach the heavy oak entry door, you know you're in for something special. A concierge greets you at the door and while orienting you to the public rooms, porters whisk your luggage to your rooms.
The restoration work done here has been very thoughtfully executed, keeping as much original as they could, while ensuring the highest standards of comfort and privacy. I have stayed in hotel rooms smaller than the bathroom here.
The grounds around the castle are beautiful, with a path through the surrounding woods named for Queen Victoria, who once spent a week here. The grounds are practically in the shadow of Ben Nevis, one of the larger mountains of Scotland.
The food is delicious, though expensive, as is the entire stay, but if staying in an authentic Scottish castle is on your bucket list, Inverlochy will not disappoint!More
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