Inverlochy was built in 1863 by the first Lord Abinger, near the site of the original 13th century fortress.

In September 1873 during a trip to Balmoral, Queen Victoria spent a week at Inverlochy sketching and painting where she wrote in her diaries 'I never saw a lovelier or more romantic spot'.
The castle’s grand hall is the perfect place to enjoy tea by the open log fire and the drawing room is ideal for a pre-dinner cocktail. Enjoy Michelin-star dining in one of the 3 opulent dining rooms. There is plenty to do from scenic walks around the stunning grounds to clay pigeon shooting and fishing on the loch.

Dinner at Inverlochy is an experience to savour in any of our three dining rooms, each decorated with period and elaborate furniture presented as gifts to Inverlochy Castle from the King of Norway.
The menu features modern British cuisine which is internationally recognised by all major guides. They have been awarded AA 3 red Rosettes and 1 Michelin Star
Menus for larger parties can be tailored to suit personal requirements.

Luncheons are particularly good value and combined with only the best personal service, Inverlochy Castle offers guests and visitors a unique experience in unrivalled surroundings.