Newton Hall

Resting on the banks of Loch Fyne overlooking the picturesque views of the mountains in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park in Inveraray, Argyll and Bute, is Newton Hall.

This wonderful, renovated church benefits from nine well-appointed bedrooms, off-road parking to the rear, a hot tub and an idyllic setting with breath-taking views of the loch and close to local amenities; the perfect setting for families or groups of friends looking to explore Scotland with the option to bring two of their beloved canine companions.

Cross the threshold and head into the living/dining room where you can unwind on the plush sofas and window seats in front of the TV, ideal after a day full of exploration.

Later, head into the fully-equipped kitchen where you can rustle up tasty meals that the whole family can enjoy around the dining table.

End the evening outside in the bubbling hot tub before heading back inside to wash off the day in the sleek shower rooms.

After freshening up choose between nine well-appointed bedrooms consisting of king-size with en-suites, super-king-size, a king-size and a family room both with en-suites.

If you can tear yourself away from this beautiful dwelling venture into the heart of Inverary to stock up on all your self-catering essentials or enjoy a well-earned break from the kitchen at The George Hotel or Ocho.

You can also immerse yourself in the area’s history with a tour of the village’s jail which dates to the 19th century, The Inveraray Bell Tower and the breath-taking Inveraray Castle.

Other notable nearby attractions include Dun Na Cuaiche, Dunderave Castle and Ardkinglas Woodland Garden; keen ramblers will also be in their element thanks to the plethora of walking and hiking opportunities surrounding the property.

Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park lies a short, scenic drive away providing unbeatable views, stunning mountains, crystal clear waters and a myriad of adventure-filled, outdoor activities ranging from wild swimming to climbing; the brave among you may even try to summit The Cobbler, Clach Bheinn and The Brack.

Adventure awaits at Newton Hall!


    Super-king with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC


    Zip-link super-king (can be twins on request)


    Zip link super king size bed with en-suite bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC


    Doubles with en-suite Jacuzzi bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC


    Doubles with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC


    Twin with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC


    Super-king room with zip-link beds


    Twin with en-suite bath, shower over bath and WC


    Shower rooms with walk-in shower, basin and WC

  • Kitchen
  • Utility
  • Living/dining room
  • Sitting room/snug
  • Oil central heating
  • Range cooker with double oven and five-ring induction hob, microwave,dishwasher, American fridge/freezer in kitchen, and washing machine, tumble dryer and separate fridge, freezer and drying rack in utility room
  • 2 x smart TVs and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent, but please bring extra towels for the hot tub
  • Highchair and travel cot available on request
  • Off-road, rear parking for 6 cars
  • Rear patio with gravelled area and hot tub
  • Two well-behaved dogs welcome



  • SHOP

    Shop 0.2 miles, pub 0.3 miles, loch 0.1 miles


    If booking over Christmas or New Year, please note bookings must extend to 27th Dec or 2nd Jan respectively


    Hot tub hours between 9am-9.30pm only please


    The king and twin room (family room) on the first floor consists of two rooms with the only access to the second room by an interconnecting door.

  • There are three steps up to the property, please take care
  • There are 6 steps down from the parking into the rear garden, please take care
  • The first floor has sloped ceilings, please take care

Inveraray Jail

Inveraray Jail is a historic prison that operated from 1820 to 1889. It now serves as a museum, providing visitors with a glimpse into the harsh conditions of 19th-century prison life. Exhibits showcase the judicial system of the time, the lives of prisoners and notable cases, offering a fascinating and educational experience for those interested in history and criminal justice.

Inveraray Castle

Inveraray Castle, situated on the shores of Loch Fyne in Scotland, is the ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll, the chief of the Clan Campbell. Built in the 18th century, the castle is an outstanding examples of Gothic Revival architecture, with turrets, towers and intricate detailing.

Argyll Adventure

Argyll Adventure is just a few minutes’ drive from Inveraray and is home to a variety of exciting themed activities which will keep the whole family entertained for hours. They have horse riding lessons for children and adults of various ages and abilities, ranging from a 20-minute slow ride along the shores of the beautiful Loch Fyne, to a two-hour off-road trek at a faster pace.

Portavadie Marina

There is a leisure centre and spa with two outdoor hot tubs and the largest outdoor heated infinity pool in Scotland. The main restaurant is open for lunch and dinner - take away as well as sit it, advanced booking required. Lunch 12-2.30pm Dinner 5-8.30pm


It's a cozy little seafood restaurant that serves up fresh, sustainable seafood caught nearby. They also use meat and game from the hills and valleys around here.

The George Hotel

It's right in the heart of town, just a short walk from Newton Hall. This place is famous for its delicious food, lots of different kinds of malt whiskies, and a big selection of wines. It's so good that it's mentioned in the Good Pub Guide and the Good Beer Guide. No matter the time of year, it's always buzzing with a great atmosphere. In the summer, you can hang out in the beer garden, and when it gets colder, cozy up by the crackling log and peat fires.

Clansman Restaurant in The Loch Fyne Hotel

It's only a short stroll south of Newton Hall. When you stay here, you can eat at the Clansman restaurant, the Waterfront Room, or the Bistro. And if you want a lovely view of Loch Fyne, head to the lounge bar—it's open from 11:00 am until late. It's a perfect place to unwind in peace after a busy day exploring the area.

The Loch Fyne Oyster Bar

This famous place, now known all over the world, is just a 15-minute drive northwest from Inveraray. The very first Oyster Bar began in a tiny shed by the side of Loch Fyne back in the early 1980s. Then, in 1985, it moved to an old cow barn at Clachan Farm.

Fyne Sea Tours

Fyne Sea Tours are a locally based family run business run by Martin and Janine, they have been sailing these waters for over 20 years, join them aboard so that they can share their passion with you for the sheltered waters of Loch Fyne, the wildlife and stunning scenery.  They operate a 40ft boat Fyne Explorer, which is licenced to carry up to 12 passengers.  They run regular tours on Loch Fyne or you can charter Fyne Explorer to have exclusive use of the boat with Martin & Janine acting as your skipper and crew.


About the location


Lochgilphead 24 miles; Oban 37 miles;

Inveraray is the traditional county town of Argyll and was founded in 1745 by the Duke of Argyll. It sits on Loch Fyne and alongside the spectacular rebuilt Inveraray Castle. The town was designed to accommodate workers on the castle estate, a woollen mill and also fishermen in the booming herring industry. Many of the properties today are of great architectural significance and are protected. As well as the castle, the town today boasts many tourist attractions as well as an array of shops, restaurants and cafes. The infamous Courthouse and Jail, a floating museum converted from a former lightship. Visit the spectacular National Trust Crarae Gardens or attend the Highland Games. There is superb walking, cycling and fishing in the hills surrounding Inveraray and also the Cruachan Power Station, located inside a mountain. Oban is a pleasant drive, as is Kilmartin with its Neolithic stones. There is an abundance of attractions and all surrounded by amazing scenery.