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Free car parking

Free internet/WIFI

Roof Terrace & Patio

Wine Cellar

Laundry facilities  

Hair dryers & Hair straighteners  

Tea & coffee making facilities  


Iron & ironing board

Hot Tub

Sonos in Public rooms, Roof terrace & Patio

Local Pub/Restaurant, Cafe and Shop

Local Marina

Table tennis

Full size snooker table

Free-to-use bicycles 

Electric and charcoal bbq's

PS4, wii and board games

3x travel cots

3x high chairs

Infant seating/table also provided



The house is of a Scots Baronial style and inside the house there are many beautiful period features from marble fireplaces in the drawing room to some of the largest bath tubs you will ever see! Invergare was built in 1855 by the architect, James Smith, and it was originally called Rowalyn.


It has had many notable and interesting owners and occupants over the years but perhaps the most infamous is Madeleine Smith, daughter of James Smith. She was accused of murdering her former lover with arsenic, only to be the first person in Scotland to be found not proven. 

The house is perfect for a luxurious stay while you visit the vast and varied delights of the local area, play some golf, explore Loch Lomond or make a day trip to the Highlands and beyond. Situated at the start of the highland train line it's possible to take day trips to Oban and Fort William or if you fancy, day trips to Glasgow or Edinburgh by train.

Over the hill are some of the finest golf courses in Scotland- the world-renowned Loch Lomond course and the Carrick. The scenery around this part of Scotland is breathtaking and it is just over an hour form Inveraray. At the top of Loch Fyne- is the original Loch Fyne Oyster bar which makes it the perfect place to have lunch after a walk.

There are very good restaurants nearby - Riverhill Coutryard, PJ's kitchen, The Wee Kelpie, La Barca and The Akash to name a few. The cafe at Rhu marina and the Ardencaple bar and restaurant are just a 5 minute stroll.

For keen hill-walkers, Ben Lomond is a short car journey away. There are literally hundreds of walks within this area, along with the Highland Way and the John Muir Way. All information is provided within the house.

Invergare Castle is a fabulous house for children, with extensive gardens in a friendly and safe community. So much fun for all the family.

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