The Inn at Inverbeg on the ‘Bonnie banks of Loch Lomond’ re-opened its doors in Summer 2008 with 4 Star Inn status, beautiful, rustic accommodation, a new wave fish restaurant and whisky bar, all offering the warmth and ambience of a stylish, contemporary Inn.
The Inn at Inverbeg is a couple of miles north of Luss on the west shores of Loch Lomond. The Inn has been a popular resting place for travellers for 190 years, established in 1814, and ever since has been a famous and welcoming place to stop for food, drink and a bed for the night. Set back imposingly from the main road, replete with flagpoles, you won’t miss it. The Inn offers superb views down to the loch. Situated on the A82.