Inver Lodge Hotel & Chez Roux Restaurant
(Lochinver) 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 405 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 10/2017, jayneeeb wrote this review.
At first it looks a little dated and daggy but that is part of it's strength. This place is not fashionable or trendy but supremely comfortable and meets all your needs in a quiet and unobtrusive manner. Breakfast was superb. I did not eat dinner her… See more
At first it looks a little dated and daggy but that is part of it's strength. This place is not fashionable or trendy but supremely comfortable and meets all your needs in a quiet and unobtrusive manner. Breakfast was superb. I did not eat dinner here which I regret. My son prefers less sophisticated food and we opted for a restaurant in town. Highlight was a morning walk at the back of the hotel where a stag on top of a hill watched me walk up the road for a good 10 minutes just fleeing as I got too close. I liked the dog in reception too. Collapse
Always a pleasure.
Stay Date: 10/2017, Pollymeg wrote this review.
For personal reasons we had not been able to stay here for a few years but a recent late October break reminded us of what we had been missing. Courteous, friendly and attentive service. Wonderful surroundings with views not to be forgotten. A place … See more
For personal reasons we had not been able to stay here for a few years but a recent late October break reminded us of what we had been missing. Courteous, friendly and attentive service. Wonderful surroundings with views not to be forgotten. A place where every guest is made to feel special. In no small part this is down to the long serving Inver Lodge general manager, Nicholas Gauton, who presides over his hotel with a professionalism all too rare. It is no doubt because of him that his staff, many of whom come back year after year, create the family atmosphere all guests enjoy so much that they, too, make regular return visits. We thought the food had actually improved on our last visit some seven or eight years ago. Venison dishes were particularly enjoyable and although we had fish on several occasions, more variety of fish (especially shellfish) would be appreciated. ( note: the Kylesku Hotel restaurant nearby sets the fish standard) Our room (Sylvern) was a special treat and as good as they come. We shall be returning next year. This is a journey for us of many miles,but more than worthwhile. Collapse
Five star welcome set the tone
Stay Date: 10/2017, mrsstarke wrote this review.
My only regret? I didn't get the name of the person who welcomed us on arrival, note didn't say "checked us in" as there was no form filling or card checking, just a lovely welcome and introduction to the hotel, then straight along to our room. Thank… See more
My only regret? I didn't get the name of the person who welcomed us on arrival, note didn't say "checked us in" as there was no form filling or card checking, just a lovely welcome and introduction to the hotel, then straight along to our room. Thank you very much, first impressions are so important. Our room was a good size and well planned , the twin beds had been put together as requested, there was a nice seating area and good storage space. The bathroom wasn't huge but everything worked well and in one of the few places which didn't ask guests to reuse towels you actually could as there was a very efficient towel warmer. The only downsides - fixed hangers in the wardrobe and a low powered hairdryer. We were on a DBB rate so ate in, the restaurant is comfortable, seating is arranged and rotated to give everyone a chance at the sea views (though less impressive on darker nights, it must be spectacular in summer). Food is good and service friendly. It was nice to see children in the dining room, they were offered the main and children's menus and treated in a relaxed way which encouraged their good behaviour. The hotel is dog friendly but they aren't allowed in the bar or restaurant areas so if you're not a doggy person you won't feel overwhelmed, but you should try and say "Hello" to assistant receptionist Beinn. We also appreciated the "Walkers and Fishers" entrance and drying room where we could store our coats and dry off feet and paws. Altogether a nice, comfortable, relaxed place which obviously invests in staff training and understands hospitality; we were so chilled out that when we had a small hiccup in service we didn't mind - and it was dealt with elegantly. A great stay in a beautiful area with lots to explore Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2017, Robin M wrote this review.
This is going to sound churlish. Inver Lodge does not cut the mustard, it’s over priced, over rated and simply not good value for money. The place is pleasant, the atmosphere starchy, not the Scottish hospitality you adore. There is nothing wrong, pe… See more
This is going to sound churlish. Inver Lodge does not cut the mustard, it’s over priced, over rated and simply not good value for money. The place is pleasant, the atmosphere starchy, not the Scottish hospitality you adore. There is nothing wrong, per se, the brekkie is indeed good, but not special. Run of the mill cereals, but divine steeped fruits. The edges of my muffin on the Royale were burnt in detriment to the flavour. A dog belonging to one of the guests wagged his tail in welcome and enjoyment, there really was more humanity, soul and sincerity in Mr Doggo than in the place overall. There are far, far better value places in Scotland than this. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2017, Rob G wrote this review.
This was our most expensive overnight stay on the NC500 but you get what you pay for and this is a fantastic 5star hotel. We were shown to a very spacious room on the ground floor and it came with a huge bed and and superb en suite. It also had great… See more
This was our most expensive overnight stay on the NC500 but you get what you pay for and this is a fantastic 5star hotel. We were shown to a very spacious room on the ground floor and it came with a huge bed and and superb en suite. It also had great views of Lochinver. We found the staff friendly, welcoming and informative and nothing was too much trouble. There was a great choice at breakfast and the food was first class. I have no problem recommending this hotel and would definitely stay here again. Collapse
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