The Inn has traded since 1884 and has an exceptional reputation within the area. Having bought the business in June 2007 as the Inverbeg Inn, the property closed in September 2007 and underwent extensive refurbishment throughout including a new larger kitchen and the building of the new bedroom wing. Opening back up in July 2008, trading for while until the full refurbishment was finished internally with the addition of 10 larger rooms with Parisian balconies and a staff area, bringing the Inn on Loch Lomond to life in June 2010 having presented it to a very high standard both internally and externally, whilst retaining much of its original charm.
Split over 3 levels the original building is of a traditional stone construction with the extension of a more modern construction all under a pitched tiled roof.
The business also benefits from a full water treatment system and new septic tanks and gas boilers.
All public areas are accessed via the entrance foyer which is tastefully decorated incorporating an office/reception area.
Lounge Bar/Mr C’s Restaurant
Presented to a very high standard, you are instantly drawn to the elegant hand-crafted elm bar servery which takes pride of place within this spacious, bright and welcoming public area, with a range of bespoke furnishings ranging from chunky wooden tables, leather and cowhide furnishings and open fireplace with oak mantlepiece, giving a rustic and organic atmosphere.
The views towards Loch Lomond add to the overall ambience and food is served daily from 12 until 9pm, offering a full range of culinary delights to suit all tastes from light snacks to a full 3 course meal. Take away menus are also available.
The lounge bar offers an extensive drinks selection including a whisky selection from the top seven regions.
The area offers covers for c. 50.
Male/Female and disabled toilets are located within this area.
Dining Room and Conservatory
Located to the left-hand side of the entrance foyer this extensive area is again fitted to an exacting standard befitting the design and ambience of all the public areas.
The dining room offers a more relaxed atmosphere for that more intimate experience with the full menu available between 12 and 9pm. Breakfast is also served for guests.
Access is given directly into the Conservatory Dining area which runs along the front of the property and makes for a pleasing dining space during the brighter summer months, commanding views towards Loch Lomond.
Combined covers between both areas is c.70 (40 in dining and 30 in conservatory)
Additional public toilets are located to the rear of the entrance foyer.
Located to the right-hand side of the main entrance in front of the lounge bar there is external covered seating and additional picnic area offering c. 15 tables with a further 3 tables opposite.
The hotel also benefits from ample private parking.
Classic Glen Douglas Rooms
These are non loch facing and are located to the rear of the Inn – facilities include Porcelanosa bathrooms, showers only and WC, all rooms have double beds, wall mounted flat screen TVs, hair-dryer, tea and coffee and direct dial telephones.
Classic Loch Lomond Rooms
These rooms are mainly Loch facing and offer cosy comfortable accommodation, individually decorated and with queen sized bed, styled furnishings and Porcelanosa ensuites with a shower.
Executive Ben Lomond Rooms
These are all loch facing with views to the Ben and offer a lot more space – facilities include Porcelanosa bathrooms, most have showers only and WC, all rooms have kingsize double or can be made as a twin, wall mounted flat screen TVs, hair-dryer, tea and coffee and direct dial telephones. A selection of these rooms have disabled access with wet rooms.
Superior Ben Lomond Ground Floor Room
Modern and contemporary in style, these rooms can be made as twin on request. Spacious in size with views towards the Loch and Ben Lomond. Large modern walk-in wet room, ideal for disabled access. These rooms can accommodate a dog, charges apply.
Beach Cottage (for sale at separate negotiation)
Accessed via an underpass from the hotel car park, beneath the A82, this delightful cottage sits directly on Loch Lomond, with uninterrupted panoramic views of the Loch. Having benefitted from a complete refurbishment c. December 2021, the property is presented to a very high standard and comprises of 8 bespoke letting bedrooms. Comprising a mix of doubles (loch and non-loch views) and 2 larger superior rooms.
Superior Beach Ben Vane (accommodate 4 guests)
Beautiful Suite located on the first floor of the Beach House. A very spacious room with a feature freestanding bath tub that overlooks Loch Lomond through the floor to ceiling window.
Superior Beach Ben More (accommodate 4 guests)
Large L shaped family room with loch view, located on the ground floor of the Beach House and containing 1 double bed and 2 single beds.
Our clients are willing to discuss the sale of this under separate negotiation should a buyer be looking at acquiring both the Inn and the Cottage as a combined purchase. However, our clients are happy to retain this property.