Inver Lodge Hotel & Chez Roux Restaurant
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Inver Lodge Hotel & Chez Rouz, Lochinver in the Scottish Highlands is beautifully set amid one of the last great unspoiled wildernesses in Europe, and provides guests with a tranquil retreat of outstanding natural beauty. Whether you're into walking, angling, bird watching or simply just enjoying nature, there is a wealth of opportunities to explore and experience around the stunning area of Lochinver and the Scottish Highlands.
Inver Lodge Hotel & Chez Rouz offers luxury and tradition in the Scottish Highlands. After a superb day watching the playful Atlantic seals in the harbour, golden eagles swooping over the mountains or red deer grazing on the moorland, why not enjoy a delicious meal in the Chez Rouz restaurant which uses fresh, local ingredients to cook hearty dishes with French twist.
With 21 rooms, all enjoying spectacular views, the friendly and welcoming Inver Lodge Hotel & Chez Rouz, provides an imitate feel and a personal service. Sit back by the roaring log fire in the Foyer, where guests can enjoy afternoon tea, a quiet game of cards or after-dinner conversation before retiring for the night.
Once you are ready for bed, your traditional, spacious bedroom awaits you with a selection of teas, cafetiere coffee and drinks making facilities, minibar, radio, flat screen TV, trouser press, wireless Internet connection and telephone.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 21
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Treatment Rooms
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Name: LAIRG
- Distance: 45 miles
- Name: INVERNESS
- Distance: 105 miles
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 08:00
- Monday to Friday: 08:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Types: Pets accepted on request with hotel
- Free: Yes
- Nearest Rail Name: Lairg Distance: 45 miles
- Nearest Airport Name: Inverness Distance: 105 miles
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 343 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Great hospitality and food
Stay Date: 10/2016, Ralf F wrote this review.
Situated secluded in the hills above Lochinver, the Inver Lodge Hotel offers beautiful views over the harbour of Lochinver and the surrounding area. It is in the middle of nature, deers regularly graze on the hotel grounds and one evening we even had… See more
Situated secluded in the hills above Lochinver, the Inver Lodge Hotel offers beautiful views over the harbour of Lochinver and the surrounding area. It is in the middle of nature, deers regularly graze on the hotel grounds and one evening we even had a stag roaring under our window. And while the hotel’s outward appearance may be a bit austere, it provides all the comfort and amenities that we have come to love about the hotels of the ICMI group. This was our second visit to the Inver Lodge Hotel, and on both visits we received a very warm welcome, with a staff member immediately coming to our car to help us with our luggage. To our pleasant surprise, most of the staff had already been at the hotel on our first visit and even remembered us. While most of them are not locals, the hotel cultivates a high standard in service and we were always very well looked after. The interior is friendly and inviting, with a crackling fire burning in the lobby. We loved to hang out there and enjoy our coffee or drinks. Our room was spacious and had amazing views and left nothing to be desired. We ate at the Chez Roux on all three nights of our stay, because of the excellent quality of the food and the service and like during our first visit, we were never disappointed. The same is true for the breakfast. The only point I did not like were the tables – they had a rather large central pillar which forces people with long legs and large feet to bend their legs backwards or find other solutions. Overall, both our stays were very enjoyable and we hope that we can return for a third time. Collapse
Sorry, but not for us
Stay Date: 10/2016, mseclhaonuiwe wrote this review.
We are a couple in our 40s, and we visited for one night towards the end of the hotel season, so this may be why we didn't enjoy our stay here as much as some of the other reviewers on here. We were extremely excited as we had pictured this hotel amb… See more
We are a couple in our 40s, and we visited for one night towards the end of the hotel season, so this may be why we didn't enjoy our stay here as much as some of the other reviewers on here. We were extremely excited as we had pictured this hotel ambiance quite differently. There was a problem with our booking straight away which possibly set the scene as soon as we arrived, as I had mistakenly selected one person instead of two on the booking even though I had named both my husband and I as guests, so the price had to be amended to nearly twice what we were expecting which was a bit awkward from £145 to £250. The overall ambiance was extremely quiet. There were only a couple of other guests in the hotel lounge and bar while we were there (and we dined by ourselves in the restaurant) but the staff spoke so quietly and there was no background music anywhere, that we felt like we had to creep around and whisper as well. Our room was very comfortable as was the large bed. The facilities were all good, and the view from the dining room was very nice. The staff were all very pleasant although no one we spoke to was Scottish. We were excited to be dining in a Albert Roux restaurant, and some of the dishes were delicious, but the starters we had (Souffle and Soup) were huge and too rich for our taste, and the canapes in the bar were not great. The pork main course my husband had was delicious however, one of the best things he's ever had. We skipped desert as the rest of the meal was so rich. Overall, a lovely place, probably ideal for an older couple or friends in a group and definately better during a busier period in the hotel season. We felt our experience didn't match the price we paid for one night. Collapse
Superb dog friendly hotel
Stay Date: 10/2016, Airwave_1965 wrote this review.
Booked somewhat last minute as an "end of season road trip" with the mutts. On arrival we were a little concerned about taking our two mutts in as they had endured a long car trip to get there. The staff on reception met us with a smile and could not… See more
Booked somewhat last minute as an "end of season road trip" with the mutts. On arrival we were a little concerned about taking our two mutts in as they had endured a long car trip to get there. The staff on reception met us with a smile and could not possibly have been more welcoming or friendly, to both us and our mutts. Decided to eat in whilst booking in at reception and were shown to our room, which was immaculately clean and well laid out. A "Dog Menu" was pointed out to us in the room, which was charming. We took the mutts for a walk and let them sleep in the car while we ate dinner, it was absolutely fantastic, the 6.30 for 7 arrangement meant a relaxing drink in the bar whilst perusing the menu then into the dining room. The Service was as good as anywhere I have had in Scotland and the food was wonderful ! Genuinely great value for money (for what you are getting) On return to the room, our room had been prepared for the evening, bed turned down, curtains closed, towels changed, robes laid out. Absolutely superb. The breakfast in the morning, was sublime, treat yourself, go on, dodge the "Full Scottish" (Which looked and smelled wonderful) and go for an omelette or eggs Benedict, there are some talented individuals at work here, the baking is ridiculously good too. Absolutely blown away with how pleasant the stay was made by the staff. Top tip, we took the mutts out for a walk in the morning, just before sunrise and turned right (up the hill) at the hotel entrance, walked up to the top of the hill and could see the sun lighting the horizon behind the majestic Canisp and Suilven, we waited and watched the sun rise over Canisp, watched the orange moon set into the sea behind with a Stag calling his 4 deer on the hillock beside us, then walked back down to a wonderful breakfast in the hotel. Scotland is a wonderful place, The Inver Lodge Hotel is one of the jewels in Scotland. Collapse
Don't judge a book by its cover!
Stay Date: 10/2016, Pamela M wrote this review.
On arriving at this hotel, from the outside it is not as stunning as other hotels in the ICMI group... however the hotel inside and the rooms are beautiful. The service was exemplary from reception to waiting staff. The restaurant is Chez Roux and a … See more
On arriving at this hotel, from the outside it is not as stunning as other hotels in the ICMI group... however the hotel inside and the rooms are beautiful. The service was exemplary from reception to waiting staff. The restaurant is Chez Roux and a 3 course meal with coffee and petit fours is £44.50pp. We enjoyed our meal here with a window table overlooking lochinver and the twinkling lights of the harbour. This hotels allows well behaved dogs! Collapse
Great Location - Comfortable Stay
Stay Date: 09/2016, NewAdventurer2 wrote this review.
The Inver Lodge is perched high on a hill overlooking Lochinver. The outside of the building is stark, but the interior is very well done and the view from our room was stunning. Our king room was spacious and quiet, and our bed very comfortable.
The Inver Lodge is perched high on a hill overlooking Lochinver. The outside of the building is stark, but the interior is very well done and the view from our room was stunning. Our king room was spacious and quiet, and our bed very comfortable. Collapse
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