Loch Fyne Break & Brewery Tour£109 instead of up to £195 (at The Argyll Hotel, Inveraray) for a 2nt break for 2 inc. b'fast, 3-course dinner and brewery or jail tour - save up to 44%
Save up to 44%
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- Stay at the picturesque Argyll Hotel by Loch Fyne, Inveraray.
- Gateway to the Scottish Highlands.
- Inc. 3-course meal on first night amd full Scottish breakfast each morning.
- Plus either a tour of the Fyne Ales Brewery in Glen Fyne.
- Or visit the historic and spooky Inveraray Jail!
- Visit the historic Inveraray Castle or Arctic Penguin Maritime Museum.
The Fine Print
- One per 2 people.
- May buy multiples as gifts.
- Voucher valid until 30th Apr 2014.
- 24-hour cancellation policy applies.
- £10 surcharge for a Loch-view room.
- £10pn to bring one child (under 16).
- Subject to availability.
With stunning natural scenery, a rich history and traditions galore, Inveraray is the country break you've been crying out for...
Today we're offering you a 2-night break for 2 including breakfast, 3-course dinner and either a Fyne Ales Brewery or Inveraray Jail tour for just £109, saving you up to 44% off The Argyll Hotel's price of up to £195.
One of the most historic hotels on the west coast of Scotland, The Argyll is nestled at the gateway to the Highlands on the shores of Loch Fyne and Shira. Originally built to accommodate officials visiting the Inverarary Castle, the hotel prides itself on excellent cuisine and traditional Highland hospitality that more than lives up to its illustrious past. Despite it's impressive history, The Argyll Hotel is no stranger to those sought-after modern conventions - your luxurious en-suite room comes kitted out with Wi-Fi, hair dryer and tea and coffee making facilities. In addition, the hotel itself boasts a charming restaurant and bar (featuring a jukebox and pool table) and a conservatory to gaze across the spectacular view of Loch Fyne.
With today's deal, you'll be treated to two nights at the hotel, including a fantastic 3-course dinner on the first night from their delicious array of seasonal menus made from fresh, locally-sourced produce. You'll also get a full Scottish breakfast each morning. But your stay won't be pure culinary indulgence, as you'll also get a fascinating brewery tour at the local brewery Fyne Ales over in Glen Fyne. Fyne Ales are all about producing outstanding modern British beers, all made at their spectacular Highlands location. Their beers are built on the British Cask Ale tradition, a method that allows them to pack big flavours into relatively low-alcohol beers. Your tour will see you guided around their base by expert brewers to see how Glen Fyne's finest export is made, before you're treated to a tutored tasting session. Finally, to send you on your way, you'll be gifted with a 500ml bottle of ale and a half pint glass to enjoy there and then. Cheers!
Alternatively, you could opt to visit the nearby Inveraray Jail, one of Scotland's premier tourist attractions! In the ghostly 19th-Century prison and courthouse you can interact with costumed characters, watch courtroom trials, talk to the prisoners, get locked up yourself and then make your escape!
If you seek even more adventure, there is still plenty to explore in Inveraray. The hotel makes the perfect base from which to explore the Highlands, including the historic Inveraray Castle (open from 1st March), the Arctic Penguin Maritime Museum and the Loch Lomon and the Trossachs National Park.
How to Redeem
- When you've bought we'll send you your unique wowcher code.
- Call The Argyll Hotel to book using the number we send you.
- Quote your full wowcher code.
Once purchased, you can redeem this wowcher towards another wowcher or claim a Wowcher Wallet Credit. Click here for more info.
Don't just take our word for it, see what people are saying on Trip Advisor
"Decent sea view, down over the boats in the harbour. Four poster bed very cosy and room very clean"
Reviewed: 04 February 2014
"Nice room, excellent service"
Reviewed: 27 December 2013
"A great place to stay for a holiday in the area"
Reviewed: 20 December 2013