The Galley of Lorne Inn is one of the most popular Inn in the Argyll area. This family owned and run Inn was once a Drovers stop, and it's located by a loch, in the delightful villat of Ardfern, on the west coast of Scotland.
What makes a stay at The Galley of Lorne Inn unique?
There are 7 comfortable guest bedrooms at The Galley of Lorne Inn, along with a traditional public bar and a more contemporary lounge bar, and a restaurant that boasts incredible views.
There are many castles, gardens and beaches to explore locally, as well as woodland walks and trips out to the Hebridean Islands. Ardfern makes a great base for exploring mid-Argyll and the west coast, as well as the Inner Hebrides.
After a thrilling day exploring the local area, guests can enjoy drinks on the lochside deck, before dining on freshly-caught fish or seafood, or locally-reared meat or game.
What style cuisine is on offer at The Galley of Lorne Inn?
The Galley has earned a great reputation for using only the very best locally-sourced ingredients, especially with its meat and fish dishes, and for working with the seasons to produce a sensitive and exciting menu. Some fresh produce is even grown by The Galley itself.
What is the signature dish at The Galley of Lorne Inn?
Local hand-dived scallops, pan-seared and accompanied by black pudding, bacon and micro salad.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Galley of Lorne Inn?
There are 7 warm and inviting guest bedrooms at The Galley of Lorne Inn, all equipped with a range of modern technology and all stylishly decorated. All rooms have TVs with FreeSat channels, an iPod Dock, free WiFi and tea and coffee making facilities. Pets are welcome for a small extra charge.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Oban area?
The Galley of Lorne Inn makes an excellent base for exploring this incredible area of Scotland, with walks along the Peninsula on the doorstep. The stunning Corryvreckan (the world's third largest whirlpool) is close by, and guests can enjoy stalking, day trips to Iona, Mull or Fingle's Cave on Staffa, and there's a whole range of other attractions and activities to enjoy.