Explore The Inversnaid Hotel

Peace and tranquillity awaits

The unique location of Invernsaid means there is plenty to explore - from spectacular wildlife to stunning waterfalls and some of the best views of Loch Lomond!

Inversnaid is also popular with walkers tackling the West Highland Way (Britain's Longest Footpath). Despite its idyllic location Inversnaid is a hub for coach touring, walkers and visitors arriving by boat!

Inversnaid Harbour



Inversnaid lies in the heart of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond. The hotel sits between beautiful Arklet Falls and the notorious Rob Roy's Cave. There are many walks surrounding Inversnaid of various lengths and difficulty. The West Highland Way footpath, which stretches from Glasgow to Fort William, passes the doorstep and the RSVP nature reserve is just a few metres from the hotel. 

You can download a copy of some of our recommended walks here.

The walks described range from an evening stroll to hill-walking. Remember to take into account the Scottish weather and appropriate footwear is essential.

Please always consult advice from an expert before embarking on a hill walk and do your research before you set off! We recommend checking out the walkhighlands website for advice and more detailed descriptions.

Loch Lomond by Drone
Inversnaid RSPB walk



The RSPB nature trail is a short but steep 2.2km walk and circulates the protected woodland. Inversnaid is home to a wide range of wildlife; including the rare feral goats which populate the hillside.

There are a variety of rare birds in the area including Black Grouse, Pie Flycatcher, Redstart, Twite, Wood Warbler, Red Kite and Ospreys. For more information about the wildlife in the area or for some seasonal highlights check out the Inversnaid Nature Reserve on the RSPB website here.

Inversnaid Stag
Bluebells at Inversnaid

Ferry Timetable


During the summer months a ferry service operates from Inversnaid Pier to Inveruglas and Tarbet on the more populated western shore of Loch Lomond. 

Please consult the Cruise Loch Lomond Website for the Waterbus Timetable.

From April to October there is also a Tarbet Explorer which enables you to discover the small village of Tarbet. The boat departs from Inversnaid pier in the morning and there is a choice of return times back to Inversnaid in the afternoon allowing ample time ashore to walk, cycle or grab a spot of lunch! 

For more information about the Tarbet Explorer and prices please check the Cruise Loch Lomond website.

Cycle hire is also available from Tarbet Pier and contact details can be found here.

Boat approaching Inversnaid Pier
Lomond Princess at Inversnaid Pier