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The Inn on Loch Lomond Secures AA Dinner Award

Mr C’s Fish and Whisky Bar/Restaurant located within the Inn on Loch Lomond has been awarded with a quality recognition award for dining following its recent annual AA inspection. This is an exciting addition for the hotel.

The Inn also maintained its 4 Silver Star AA rating for the facilities and guest accommodation.

The AA inspectors look for excellent Restaurants which aim for and achieve high standards, consistency and great precision throughout the kitchen. The inspectors meticulously ensure that each Restaurant and guest accommodation fully meets the criteria before bestowing an award.

The Inn’s sister property The Lodge on Loch Lomond was also inspected and has improved upon last year’s scores. Whilst maintaining the 2 AA Rosette standard in Colquhoun’s restaurant and a 4 Star Silver Guest Accommodation rating throughout the hotel, the Lodge improved their overall score from 75% to 79% (the average being 78% for 4 star properties).

Sandra Cunningham, Sales Manager said“We are so delighted to have improved on our AA grading/recognition awards for last year, it is testament to the dedication and hard work of the amazing team we have at both The Lodge & the Inn on Loch Lomond and we couldn't be happier for all involved to be rewarded in this way.

Sandra continued: "We look forward to the season ahead and welcoming our many guests who will be able to experience for themselves the high standards set and achieved.”

The Inn and Lodge on Loch Lomond are located near the beautiful village of Luss and both are open 7 days a week. Each property has unrivalled views of Loch Lomond and room rates start from £80 per person per night in each of the hotels. Find out more about each hotel below.

The Inn on Loch Lomond

The Inn first opened in 1814, and has retained its traditional charm ever since, serving as a watering hole to generations of travellers, from far and wide. The new Inn on Loch Lomond's 200 year heritage has been honoured with a stylish and contemporary refurbishment in 2008 and now boasts modern accommodation, uniquely stylised public spaces, a fantastic restaurant and bar with natural furnishings and of course a roaring fire.

A short walk from the main building is the sumptuous Beach House right on the banks of the loch. Think four-poster beds, crisp white linens, wooden floors, chaise-lounges and views out to the jetty, loch and mountains.

There is casual dining within the relaxed atmosphere of Mr C's Fish and Whisky Bar and Restaurant, serving seafood, burgers and steaks and what many describe as the best fish and chips in Scotland.

The Lodge on Loch Lomond

The Lodge on Loch Lomond Hotel truly is a unique destination located on the beachfront at Luss and enjoying magnificent panoramic views over Scotland’s favourite loch. The hotel’s facilities make it an excellent choice for Leisure, Conference and Wedding guests alike. Located only 30 minutes' drive from Glasgow city centre and with easy motorway routes it really is the perfect destination for escaping the buzz of the city and soaking up the relaxing atmosphere that being beside the loch provides.

There are 47 guest bedrooms, a range of conference and banqueting facilities for up to 200 guests and leisure facilities consisting of swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and laconium. The hotel's location and its very own jetty enables guests to connect with all that Loch Lomond has to offer and the hotel works with local partners to provide a range of fun activities to make the most of guests' stay. It can arrange an exhilarating speedboat trip, a more luxurious 1 hour yacht cruise; or for the very energetic a bit of wakeboarding or a canoe safari.

The atmosphere at The Lodge on Loch Lomond is intimate, warm and charming and the team are focused on delivering a casual friendly approach. Colquhoun’s Restaurant and Lounge are the perfect place to relax and unwind and watch the changing landscape of the loch, the comfy sofas and floor to ceiling windows make this a perfect viewing spot and when the Scottish weather allows, the terrace provides a sun trap for dining and drinking al fresco.

A leisurely stroll from the hotel takes guests into the quaint village of Luss where they can explore Scotland’s most romantic church and its fabulous grounds or hop on the water bus down to Loch Lomond Shores for a little retail therapy. 

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