The list below should contain all the participating Inveraray Bed and Breakfast providers and for the surrounding area including for Guest Houses, B&B, and Hotels.
The present George Hotel, Inveraray, was originally two private houses completed in 1770. They were part of a project to build a whole new town in Inveraray. In 1776 the 5th Duke of Argyll ordered that the ground floor flat of each of these private houses would be made into temporary churches for the Gaelic and English speaking congregations.
Killean Farmhouse is no longer a working farm but still retains many of the characteristics, not least of all the wonderful scenery that surrounds the house and the approach up the drive from the A83. Killean is ideally situated en route to the Kintyre peninsula, where you can take the ferry to Islay to sample the "peaty amber nectar" the very special whisky unique to the island.