About Inverlounin

Surrounded by waterfalls, Inverlounin House nestles by the sea on the shores of fjord-like Loch Goil. Easily accessible but exceptionally private:  this unique lochside location offers unrivalled views, peace and seclusion in the heart of Loch Lomond National Park. Dating from 1876 when it was built as a country escape for a Glasgow merchant, this family home is now available as a comfortable holiday retreat.

Inside, discover the classic elegance of a Scottish countryside house, now thoughtfully updated and splendidly equipped. Five comfortable bedrooms sleep nine; three convivial public rooms provide ample space to gather by the woodburner or share a family meal under the spell of mountain, sea and sky.

Beyond the waterfall boundaries of the natural garden, potter on Inverlounin’s own beach under the watchful eye of the seals or connect with miles of stunning forest and mountain walks plus cycle trails. All this without lifting your car keys. Watersporters can even launch or bring their own craft (mooring available). Boats and tackle can also be hired locally.

Within 2 miles are shops, village pub, restaurants, leisure centre, golf course and riding school. Within 20 lie beautiful Loch Lomond; the Arrochar Alps; historic Inverary Castle; the famous Loch Fyne Seafood and gateway to the world-class Gardens of Argyll.

Choose Inverlounin House at Lochgoilhead for unique seclusion, comfort and adventure.

Enjoy a timelapse sequence of the Inverlounin bay – courtesy of James Walker