Four poster bed, en-suite.
Welcome to Claonairigh House Bed and Breakfast the oldest building in the Inveraray area. Now sympathetically restored for your comfort and enjoyment. The former Lairds house built in 1745 is set in seven acres of garden and includes a salmon river and a spectacular waterfall. Claonairigh pronounced "CLOONERY" is gaelic for sheltered pastures and our accommodation options include a double room with four poster bed and two twin rooms.
Room Rates Single £45, Twin £55, Double £60, room rates are per evening.
Four poster bed, en-suite.
Cotton sheets, pillowcases and duvets.
TV and DVD players in each bedroom.
Coffe and tea making facilities in each bedroom.
Beautiful en-suite bathrooms in each room.
The three bedrooms are themed differently.
The bedroom and lounge areas are comfortable. Each room with its own style, character and aspect. All of our rooms are en-suite. We like our guests to be relaxed and at peace in their room and so you will find WiFi internet access, digital television, DVD player with a selection of movies as well as tea/coffee making facilities with biscuits.
The rooms are centrally heated and our comfortable beds are made with clean cotton sheets, pillowcases and duvet covers and our bathrooms have cotton towels and face flannels. All the little things that make for a very pleasant stay.
After a restful night's sleep enjoy a full Scottish Breakfast.
The smell of freshly baked rolls or bread in the morning.
Selction of drinks for breakfast.
Freshly baked bread or rolls, milk, tea, coffee and juices.
Breakfast is generally recognised as the most important meal of the day. At breakfast time, it's been a while since you have put some calories in the body and you are preparing to start the most active part of your day. You need something in your stomach to nourish your activities. So we start you with a hearty breakfast of your choice.
From our breakfast menu: selection of cereals, cornflakes, krispies etc, fruit juice, orange, grapefruit etc, fresh fruit and yoghurt, grilled pink grapefruit topped with caramelised brown sugar, traditional scots porridge oats with honey or brown sugar, scots breakfast of grilled smoked bacon, sausage, mushrooms, tomato, potato scone and scrambled eggs, tea, coffee & toast
Unique piece of architecture incorporating Baroque, Palladian and Gothic.
25 golf courses, more coastline than France and a great selection of walks and glorious gardens.
Whatever you're looking for there are so many things to do in Argyll.
Inveraray is a classic example of an eighteenth-century Georgian planned town.
In and around Inveraray there is an amazing diversity of products which are designed, produced and manufactured in the area.
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Inveraray has many interesting places to visit. Inveraray Castle, Inveraray Jail, Auchindrain Open Air Museum and The Loch Fyne Whisky Shop. For the more energetic there is walking, climbing, horse riding and other activities. We are also central to Argyll's 25 golf courses including Inveraray, Machrihanish and Dunaverty.
Loch Awe, Cruachan the hollow Mountain Power Station, The beautiful Cowal Peninsular, The Isle Of Bute, The Kintyre Peninsular, Campbeltown, Crinan Canal, Glen Coe, The Isles of Mull, Iona and Staffa, Oban, Stirling and the Wallace Monument, Glasgow and Loch Lomond all within a comfortable driving distance.
Please email your requirements and we will confirm availability and price by return email thank you.