Welcome to the Galley of Lorne Inn

We're delighted you've found our website. Please take some time to explore and find out why our guests come time and time again to sample our renowned hospitality.

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Views to Die For

With many a vista at every turn, our location is a perfect way to appreciate what is so special about Scotland and in particular the west coast.

Come and Stay Awhile

Our six tastefully appointed en-suite bedrooms offer the perfect retreat to relax and unwind in. Individually named after islands of the west coast, choose from our selection of twin or double rooms, with garden or loch views.

Our rooms feature LCD TV with freeview, clock radio with ipod docking facility, free WiFi, tea/coffee making facilities and a hairdryer.

A Great Base for Exploring

Not only is Ardfern home to The Galley of Lorne Inn but also is the home of one of the largest marinas north of the Clyde. Discover the waters and wildlife around our area not forgetting the third largest whirpool in the world (the Corryvreckan) by taking a trip on local charter boats.

Enjoy Lochside Dining

Choose to dine in our intimate Lounge or Bar areas or perhaps in our light and airy lochview Restaurant with its panoramic glass wall overlooking Loch Craignish.

Why not dine al fresco on our lochside sundeck and watch the sun sink over the horizon in a breathtaking west coast sunset...

A Perfect Location

There's not many villages on the west coast of Scotland that can offer excellent value accommodation, a high standard of food and beverage and views like this. Just one vista overlooking Ardfern, Loch Craignish, Jura, Scarba and the Corryvreckan. You won't be disappointed.

Escape for an Spring Break

Log Fires, Woodland Walks, Mouthwatering Spring Fayre and Sensational Sunsets...
See you soon??

Whisk yourself away to our award winning Inn on the lochside near Oban.

The perfect location for romantic short breaks exploring Argyll and the Islands of Scotland's West Coast.