The view to Inveroran from the West Highland Way, on the descent from Mam Carraigh.
Bridge of Orchy
+44 (0)1838 400220
Welcome to Inveroran
We believe that coming to Inveroran should be a special experience for all of our guests, whether you are walking the West Highland Way or simply looking for a comfortable break in breathtaking seclusion. We have tried to retain the historical features of our 19th century drovers inn, whilst still offering a comfortable and welcoming place to stay.
We look forward to hosting new and regular friends at the Inveroran Hotel, where you can be assured of a warm ‘West Highland’ welcome!
Eating & Drinking With Us
Our hearty cooked breakfast, served between 7.30am and 8.30am, will set you up for the rest of the day. Our breakfast menu includes hot and cold options, catering for a wide range of dietary requirements. We can also make you a delicious packed lunch on request.
During the day, our Tea Room offers hot and cold drinks, light snacks and tasty treats.
After a hard day's walking, our wide range of tasty and enticing evening meals is freshly prepared and cooked in our kitchen, using locally sourced ingredients as much as possible.
Dinner is served between 6pm and 8pm.
Fancy a nightcap after a long day?
Our Walkers' Bar is a welcome retreat (for residents only, with effect from 14 September).
Bar meals are available until 8pm.
Accommodation (2021 tariff)
Rooms with en-suite facilities:
£56 per person, per night (including breakfast)
Rooms with shared facilities:
£52 per person, per night (including breakfast)
Please note: Under-occupancy supplements will be applied.
We know some of you like to bring your pets with you when walking. Unfortunately none of our rooms can accommodate pets.
Our Resident's Lounge has a selection of newspapers and magazines for quieter moments, and we also operate a 'book swap'. There's even a selection of board games if you're feeling competitive!
Wi-Fi / Phones
Unfortunately our beautiful, but remote, location means that wifi services are not available at the hotel. You are also unlikely to be able to obtain a mobile phone signal.
If you are staying with us we will be happy to dry your boots and any outdoor clothing for you to help you start your next day afresh! We also have a secure area for you to leave rucksacks and other belongings.
Camping is permitted within an area 400m past the hotel. There are no facilities, but you are welcome to eat with us if you let us know in advance. You can also have any luggage delivered to, or collected from, the hotel through AMS or Travel-Lite.
Our hotel is situated on the Black Mount Estate, which takes in over 90,000 acres of spectacular rugged Scottish countryside. Its Munros include Stob Ghabhar, Stob a' Choire Odhair, Meall a' Bhuird and Creise. The hills of Ben Inverveigh and Meall Tairbh straddle Black Mount and the Bridge of Orchy, and beautiful Loch Tulla frames the hotel. We hope you enjoy our beautiful location as much as we do, whether walking the West Highland Way or simply exploring.
Some Useful Links
Check how kind (or not) the Scottish weather is planning to be to you!
Check whether our pesky 'friends' are due to accompany you on your walk!
If you haven't planned your trip yet then there are some useful tips here.
Companies that can arrange your walking package for you
When you book your stay with us we will ask you for a £15 deposit, per person, payable by debit or credit card. Please note, all deposits are non-refundable.
We know that circumstances can change and that you may have to cancel your booking. All we ask is that you contact as soon as possible to let us know. If you cancel your booking within 24 hours of your stay, we reserve the right to charge you the full cost of your room (less the deposit you paid).
Our hotel is strictly non-smoking. If we find that you have been smoking in your room, or leave the room in an unacceptable condition for our next guests, then we reserve the right to make a charge of £50 for cleaning and maintenance.
What information we collect about you
When you make a booking with us, we usually collect the names of all the guests who will be staying, and the email address and telephone number of the person making the booking. We may also collect a debit or credit card number to take the deposit required to secure the booking. When guests arrive we ask them to complete a registration form, providing certain information required by law, including full name, nationality, home address, passport number, onward destination and emergency contact number.
How we use the information we hold on you
We use your email address to send you confirmation of the booking and any other information relevant to your stay. Other details are only held to satisfy the requirements of enforcement agencies (but only for twelve months after your stay)
How is your data stored?
All of the personal and debit card information data you provide, as part of your stay with us, is destroyed after twelve months of staying with us. We do not share any of your information with any third party unless there is a legal reason for doing so.
Access to your information
You have the right to request a copy of any information we hold about you. If you would like a copy of this information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org