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Fernpoint Hotel

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Welcome to the Fernpoint Hotel and Seafood Restuarant, situated on the shores of Loch Fyne at Inveraray in beautiful Argyll. The Georgian house and gardens enjoy a magnificent and peaceful setting at the gateway to the Western Highlands with superb views over the loch, hills and mountains which surround it.

The Fernpoint Hotel has an enviable location within the town. It is only 2 minutes walk from the main street and all its facilities, but still enjoys a secluded location looking out onto the loch and mountains. A good nights sleep is guaranteed with the comfort of the Fernpoint beds, soothing décor and extremely quiet outlook.

Bedrooms have private bath or shower room, TV, tea and coffee making facilities and are centrally heated. Most face the loch; the remainder overlook the Japanese style garden.

In the dining room, enjoy Seafood prepared from the finest local ingredients or a hearty Scottish breakfast. The bar formally the stables and smithy, has an excellent selection of malt whiskies.

The picturesque town of Inveraray, overlooked by the fairytale castle of the Dukes of Argyll is the ideal location for exploring the region. It is an area of startling landscapes and dramatic scenery; tumbling rivers wooded hills majestic mountains and, quiet lochans and secret places.


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