- Beautifully restored Victorian Property
- Visit Scotland 4 Star Gold
- Stunning Loch Views
- Private Gardens
- 6 En-Suite Letting Rooms
- Alcohol Licence
- Bright Guests Dining Room
- 1 Bedroom Owners Accommodation
- Mains electricity, water and drainage.
- Oil Central Heating
4 star luxury guest house overlooking the famous Loch Fyne. Detached house tastefully refurbished. 6 luxury ensuite letting rooms, spacious public rooms and private owner’s accommodation. Fully licensed. Can cater for small intimate occasions or much larger events with a marquee on the lawn. Former stables have valid planning permission for conversion into 1 and 2-bedroom self-catering apartments. A viewing is highly recommended for this property to appreciate the quality of accommodation.
Rudha-Na-Craige, is an attractive and substantial building withstunning views across the beautiful Loch Fyne, located on theA83 a short walk from the centre of Inveraray. A popular and much sought after town located in the heart of Argyll and Bute. Inveraray Castle is home to the Duke of Argyll. A very popular tourist destination Inveraray has a good range of local amenities including primary school, doctor’s surgery, leisure club with swimming pool, and a wide range of independent shops and with many places to eat and drink. The house is situated next to the town's nine hole golf course which is open to all visitors. The area is also well known for its choice of outdoor activities and is particularly sought after for its water sports, including sailing, boating, fishing and diving. It is also a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, climbers, hill walkers and for pony trekking. Inveraray has become very popular for the MotoScotland off-road motorbike training centre and Argyll Estates offer country sports including shooting and stalking.Inveraray is 24 miles from Lochgilphead, 34 miles from Oban Airport and 55 miles from Glasgow Airport. The nearest station is Dalmally railway station approximately 15 miles away. Inveraray is also serviced by City Link Buses from Glasgow and Oban.