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Newton Hall Guest House

Shore Road, The Newton

Inveraray  PA32 8UH

01499 302484


The George Hotel is located at the centre of town just a few minutes walk from Newton Hall. It has a wonderful reputation for its food, wide choice of malt whiskies, extensive wine list and is mentioned in the Good Pub Guide and the Good Beer Guide. It has loads of atmosphere throughout the year, with a beer garden in summer and roaring log and peat fires when the chillier weather sets in.

Food is served all day from 12 noon to 9 pm.


The Loch Fyne Hotel is just a few minutes walk south of Newton Hall. Guests have a choice of dining in the Clansman restaurant, the Waterfront Room or the Bistro. It has beautiful views of Loch Fyne from the lounge bar which is open from 11.00 am until late.A wonderful spot to relax in a quiet atmosphere after a full day discovering the area

The Loch Fyne Oyster Bar, Cairndow, now world-renowned, is a 15 minute drive north-west of Inveraray. The original Oyster Bar started in a small shed in the lay-by at the head of Loch Fyne in the early 80's then moved to the old cow byre at Clachan Farm in 1985.

They are now open daily from 9.00 am and offer breakfast, lunch and dinner. Booking is recommended. The menu includes; shellfish, smoked fish and white fish dishes and Scottish beef steaks and vegetarian option, home made desserts and Scottish cheese. There is also a shop selling a variety of produce including seafood, beef and venison.

The Inveraray Inn, also a leisurely walk from us offers an A la carte menu and traditional table d'hote menu in the main restaurant and informal lounge and public bar.

Brambles is located in the centre of Inveraray and is open for breakfast, snacks, and lunch.

They also offer a lovely selection of home-baking if you fancy a traditional afternoon tea or coffee and cake

The Ban Duic, also located in the centre of Inveraray, has recently reopened as Ocho, a lovely place just open during the morning and afternoons.

The Royal Burgh Cafe offers an extensive menu, with an Italian flavour including pizzas, pastas, chicken, fish and meat dishes

Samphire is located to the south end of the Royal Burgh of Inveraray. The grade A listed building which was once a butchers shop and greengrocers has been tastefully renovated to a high standard giving Samphire a modern feel while still keeping in touch with its historic roots.

Samphire is a small seafood restaurant using locally sourced sustainable seafood and shellfish along with meat and game from the surrounding hills and glens.