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What a perfect place in this lovely quaint town! This is a beautiful historic home in a quiet location overlooking lush landscaping and a lake. We walked an easy, maybe quarter mile to the town. The beds were extra comfortable, the room spacious, the bathroom...More
Wonderful setting on the banks of Loch Fyne. Five minute walk to the town centre with a choice of decent restaurants. Richard and Janice are delightful and attentive hosts. Lovely house with spacious and spotless rooms. Good value. Can't recommend highly enough. Ewan
Have stayed with Janice and Richard for many years on our visits to Scotland. The standard remains high, with well equipped rooms, fabulous breakfasts and friendly and helpful hosts. The guest lounge is comfortable with a cozy fire and a good place in which to...More
Creag Dhubh was our first stop on a five week journey through Scotland and Ireland. Janice and Richard and warm and gentle hosts at their lovely B&B across the road from spectacular water and country views. The village of Inverary is charming and has good...More
What a fantastic B&B! Creag Dhubh is located on the shore of loch Fyne and has fantastic views about it. Richard and Janice are very warm hosts who love their place and area. The room was wonderful, very cosy and so big, it's far more...More
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We are pretty sure that they do not accept pets,but it would be worth phoning the owners because they will probably know of somewhere in or around Inveraray that does as it is quite a small place and folk know each other... More
We are pretty sure that they do not accept pets,but it would be worth phoning the owners because they will probably know of somewhere in or around Inveraray that does as it is quite a small place and folk know each other well.