Inver Lodge Hotel

Inver Lodge Hotel boasts a sheltered position at the head of Lochinver, amidst the spectacular scenery of Sutherland’s dramatic countryside. It offers 21 bedrooms all with stunning Western Isle views as well as a Chez Roux restaurant. Located just off Scotland's magnificent North Coast 500, a route of just over 500 miles of stunning coastal scenery, it is a haven for those looking for a complete escape.

For those seeking warm hospitality coupled with Scotland's wild side. 

  • Nearest Transport
  • Inverness Airport: 95 miles, 2 hours and 15 minutes
  • Nearest Attractions
  • Stoer Lighthouse: 12 miles, 30 minutes
  • Ullapool: 40 miles, 1 hour

5 Reasons to Stay

  1. Situated on the world-famous North Coast 500 route
  2. Steaks, salmon and game come from the owner's private estates
  3. Outstanding location amid unspoiled wilderness
  4. A walker's paradise
  5. Atlantic seals in the harbour, golden eagles over the mountains

About the Hotel

At Inver Lodge Hotel Scotland's wildlife comes alive, as guests have the chance to see Atlantic seals in the harbour, golden eagles over the mountains, red deer on the moorland and leaping salmon and darting brown trout in the surrounding rivers and lochs. After a day of fishing the chefs will prepare the catch or guests can dine on the freshest local produce and game from their daily-changing menu.


Twenty-one generously proportioned rooms have tasteful furnishings, including six foot wide double beds or extra wide twin beds as well as writing desks, dressing tables, coffee table and easy chairs to relax and enjoy the view. All rooms have private bathrooms with superior fittings and toiletries.


With strong emphasis on fresh local produce and imaginative accompaniments, the kitchen creates sumptuous menus featuring freshly landed fish, lobster, langoustine, wild salmon from our rivers in season, Highland Lamb and the best of Scottish Beef. 

Outdoor Activities

The Inver Lodge Hotel is the ideal centre for the angler, with some excellent salmon fishings on the Inver and Kirkaig rivers. It is also a walker's paradise, with the nearby Assynt Hills that are believed to be the oldest in Britain, containing some of the great mountains of the north such as Suilven, Canisp, Quinag and Ben More Assynt.

Hotel Details

At a Glance
  • Check-in: 2:30pm
  • Check-out: 11am
  • Free parking
  • 21 bedrooms
  • Four Superior Rooms
  • Two Executive Rooms
In-room Services
  • Six foot wide double beds or extra wide twin beds
  • Writing desks
  • Dressing tables
  • Flat-screen TV
  • Mini-bar
  • Fluffy bathrobe
  • En-suite
  • Separate bathtub
  • Shower (some over the bathtub)
  • Complimentary WiFi


  • AA 2 Rosette Restaurant serves modern Scottish cuisine
  • The elegant Bar offers distinctive Scots malt whiskies from the region including their own Inver Lodge special blend or malt
Diner Information
  • Dinner is served from 7pm to 9:30pm
  • Informal dining
What to Expect
  • Panoramic views of Loch Inver and the surrounding countryside
  • Freshly-landed fish, lobster, langoustine and wild salmon 
  • Highland Lamb and Scottish Beef
  • Exceptional quality without fuss
  • Restaurant
  • Lounge area
  • Weddings
  • Exclusive Use
  • Full size snooker table
  • Sauna
  • Massage Therapy
On Site Activities
  • Massage therapy
  • Feel connected to the natural environment
Off Site Activities
  • Hiking
  • Fishing & Stalking
  • Photography tours
  • Wildlife tours
  • Walking


  • North Coast Sea Tour
  • Stack Glencoul Hike
  • Handa Island Sea Birds Tour
  • “Argocat” (All Terrain Vehicle) Stalking Tour
Main Contact

Scotland, IV27 4LU

01571 844496