A Trossachs tradition continues at the Inn on Loch Lomond

The Inn on Loch Lomond Hotel has been sold to ‘experienced hoteliers’ for an undisclosed sum.

First opened at Inverbeg on the loch’s west bank in 1814, the Inn has since served as a watering hole to generations of travellers from far and wide.

It last changed hands 16 years ago, when it received a ‘stylish and contemporary’ refurbishment, leaving it with modern accommodation, stylised public spaces, a restaurant and bar with natural furnishings and, of course, a roaring fire to warm weary Trossachs travellers.

Agents Smith and Clough described the latest change of hands as a ‘cracking’ sale.

Graeme Smith commented: “Having sold the hotel ­– the Inverbeg Inn at the time – to our longstanding clients, 16 years ago, I am delighted to announce that Smith and Clough have successfully sold the Inn on Loch Lomond Hotel to experienced hoteliers for an undisclosed sum.

“We are looking forward to the next chapter of this fine hotel and have no doubt that the new owners will build on what is already a very well established and located business. Thanks to David Grant of Axis Commercial Finance for assisting with the finance.”