Inver Lodge Hotel & Chez Roux Restaurant
4 4 Star:
Per Person Per Night
- In the heart of the Scottish Highlands
- Enjoy a delicious meal in the Chez Rouz restaurant
- Free parking at hotel
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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 367 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Overpriced hotel in a beautiful location
Stay Date: 07/2017, FWhiteIII wrote this review.
We're in the midst of a three-week tour of the beauty spots of Scotland, staying at top places everywhere we go. Most of our accomodations have lived up to our expectations of excellent quality as well as value for money. Inver Lodge has not. Built i… See more
We're in the midst of a three-week tour of the beauty spots of Scotland, staying at top places everywhere we go. Most of our accomodations have lived up to our expectations of excellent quality as well as value for money. Inver Lodge has not. Built in the Eighties, the place literally looks like an exceedingly homely, ancient Holiday Inn on the outside. Furnishings on the inside are also disappointing, being also relatively homely and tired. Since the location of the hotel in beautiful Lochinver is, by Scottish standards, somewhere near the end of the line, Inver Lodge would be acceptable as a necessity in a tiny place with few choices--and in far from a classy area of Scotland, however lovely the natural environment, IF the place charged a fair price. We stayed at gorgeous Kinloch House near Perth, one of the classiest areas of the country, two nights ago for 165 pounds a night. Inver Lodge, whose decor and appearance are many notches lower than Kinlochs, charges us 240 pounds for a tired Holidai Inn. We knew the place looked homely outside from the Net, but had hoped for a level of beauty and elegance inside that would justify the cost. But the opposite has been true. A luxurious Scottish breakfast for two was included in the Kinloch rate. At Inver Lodge they want to rip you off even more by charging a high price each for breakfast too! The place is simply NOT value for money on ant level. Last but not least, even the wi-fi connection is so slow, it seems like DSL. By all means come to gorgeous Lochinver, but avoid this hotel. Collapse
Can't beat the view at breakfast
Stay Date: 07/2017, Les_Landau wrote this review.
The hotel is quite comfortable in all respects, and the general areas are lovely to sit in. The best part is having a window table at breakfast and looking out to the water, contemplating what you might do that day.
The hotel is quite comfortable in all respects, and the general areas are lovely to sit in. The best part is having a window table at breakfast and looking out to the water, contemplating what you might do that day. Collapse
A very comfortable stay with one or two niggles.
Stay Date: 07/2017, HighlandTog wrote this review.
On the whole we enjoyed our two night stay. The room was very comfortable, clean and well-equipped as you'd expect. The views from both our bedroom and the restaurant were also fabulous. Some aspects of Chez Roux were marvelous, others not so much. … See more
On the whole we enjoyed our two night stay. The room was very comfortable, clean and well-equipped as you'd expect. The views from both our bedroom and the restaurant were also fabulous. Some aspects of Chez Roux were marvelous, others not so much. Liked the wine-list a lot, as it had something for every palate without being too weighty. The Chateauneuf du Pape was superb! We both agreed the Cheese Souffle is one of the most memorable culinary experiences we've ever enjoyed, anywhere. The Cod with the pea cappuccino was also superbly well executed, and beautifully presented. Which makes the cooking of my steak even more bizarre. An old adage is that the measure of any chef is how well he/she cooks a steak and an omelette. Having read a number of comments on here prior to our arrival, I have to confess I was a little concerned about ordering my Ribeye, however when a man wants meat, he wants meat, so I took the risk. My medium rare was delivered medium to well, and although apologies were made and a complimentary glass of dessert wine proffered, I'll be left wondering how a kitchen can get so many things right but a basic so frequently wrong? Similar story with the breakfast. A wonderful Eggs Benedict, very well executed and almost impossible to fault. The Full Scottish on the other hand was poor, very poor. Many men will eschew the delights of the fresh fruit, yoghurt and cold cuts table and go for the good old artery buster every time. Sadly, I do have to own up to being a fully paid up member of that club! There's good reason why breakfast is often referred to as the most important meal of the day! Further, it's also generally the last opportunity for the kitchen to show off their talents and leave any departing guest with a big smile on their face. Sadly, I'm not a member of THAT particular club. Portion was small, items overcooked, and I'd really like to know what you do with the other half of the Stornoway black pudding slice? Is it the breakfast chefs titbit? Honestly if you're going to charge £21 for a breakfast, don't allow the customer to walk away hungry wondering where he might obtain a bacon buttie on the way out of Lochinver! Too much effort went into the presentation of the half full plate rather than the substance of its contents. Reverse that if you can! Otherwise, the majority of staff we encountered were both delightful and helpful, and to try and offer a balanced review I'd say that overall, the positives from our stay more than outweighed the negatives. Will we return? Yes, I think indeed we will, but might well endeavor to locate that bacon buttie establishment beforehand! ;) Collapse
Superb location but seriously overpriced and overrated
Stay Date: 07/2017, Bill C wrote this review.
This is a nice hotel in a stunning location but it fell short of its 5 star rating - my view is that it is a 4 star hotel charging 6 star prices! Examples: 1. the entrance to the hotel from outside is uninviting and feels like you are coming in the b… See more
This is a nice hotel in a stunning location but it fell short of its 5 star rating - my view is that it is a 4 star hotel charging 6 star prices! Examples: 1. the entrance to the hotel from outside is uninviting and feels like you are coming in the back door 2. the room tv was ancient and the remote was dodgy, even after changing the batteries 3. we asked for a window table for breakfast but were told we couldn't have one as they were all pre-booked. One of them remained empty all of the time we were in the restaurant! 4. I wanted to give some feedback to the Duty Manager/Receptionist when we checked out but he stayed behind his glass partition and did not acknowledge us. On the positive side, apart from the tv, the room was clean and well equipped. The staff were very helpful, especially the South African guy who also took our key when the Duty Manager ignored us. Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2017, Carman12 wrote this review.
This is one of the best hotels that I have stayed at for some time. The accommodation was excellent with lovely views across the loch and the food in the Roux restaurant was very good and not overly ostentatious. The staff were efficient, helpful and… See more
This is one of the best hotels that I have stayed at for some time. The accommodation was excellent with lovely views across the loch and the food in the Roux restaurant was very good and not overly ostentatious. The staff were efficient, helpful and friendly. I wish we had scheduled to stay for more than the one night that we were there. Collapse
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