Creag Dhubh Country House is situated in the beautiful Burgh of Inveraray, the Gateway to the Highlands and Islands. A former Free Church manse, Creag Dhubh was built in 1851 and is a grade 2 Listed Building, which retains many of its beautiful original features. Set back from the main road with ample private parking and within easy walking distance of Inveraray town centre and castle, Creag Dhubh has breathtaking panoramic views across Loch Fyne to the Cowal Hills. We are an ideal location for touring Argyll and Kintyre and provide a central location for tourists travelling to the Islands. We actively promote a relaxed and friendly atmosphere for all of our guests, whether you are touring or coming to enjoy the many walks and beautiful scenery the surrounding area has to offer.
Some say Breakfast is a meal of a bygone era, but here at Creag Dhubh in the tranquillity of the Argyllshire countryside we would like to suggest otherwise
We offer fresh Loch Fyne oysters, Creel caught Langoustines and Fabulous Seafood Platters direct from the waters in front of Creag Dhubh
We have our own boat at Creag Dhubh for guests to charter for full or half day guided fishing on Loch Fyne
All of our rooms and public areas have free WiFi
Private Loch Cruises
We offer private Loch Fyne Cruises on our Ocqueteau 615 power boat with your very own Skipper
Creag Dhubh has wonderful mature gardens with spectacular views across Loch Fyne to the Cowal hills
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THINGS TO DO
Argyllshire offers an abundance of Game Fishing and we can arrange prime Salmon fishing on the famous River Awe and also Trout and Course fishing in the surrounding area
Loch Fyne is at the bottom of our garden and has some marks that offer Ray's and Dogfish as well as spectacular summer Mackerel fishing
Inveraray Golf course is 1/2 a mile from us this par 70 parkland course offers great value and stunning scenery
This is one of the best preserved Jail and Courtroom complexes in the world and is only a short walk away from Creag Dhubh
Inveraray Castle is the ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll, Chief of the Clan Campbell and the iconic, must-see visitor attraction on the West Coast of Scotland.