Welcome to Inveraray ~ Fàilte gu Inbhir Aora
Situated at the northern end of Loch Fyne the Royal Burgh of Inveraray overlooks the loch with its deep waters, sheltered bays and superb onshore facilities. The pier is the seaway to Inveraray, and the town is a gateway to the Highlands & Islands providing an excellent base for day touring and placed within easy access south to the Mull of Kintyre; Oban on the west coast with access to the Islands; north to Glencoe and Fort William and south-east to Loch Lomond and Glasgow.
“Inspire Inveraray and The Inveraray Community Council are overjoyed to announce that the community now own the Historic Inveraray Pier”
The pier in Inveraray has been privately owned for over 20 years and in the past 5 years it has been closed to the public. The Inveraray community have now brought the pier back into community ownership. The remedial works will commence in the autumn and soon allow the public to enjoy this famous landmark once again. Inveraray Community Council and Inspire Inveraray thank you for all your support in contributing to The Inveraray Pier Fund. Without doubt future contributions will be most welcome for ongoing maintenance.
Inveraray Pier CoordinatesLatitude 56.2313° N
Longitude 5.0711° W
Notice to Mariners
Notice To Mariners
Inveraray Pier is closed to all marine traffic until further notice.
Christopher Clark, Board Chair
17 JULY 2023
The deeds are signed and permits arranged. Over the next few weeks, you will notice the restoration and repair work beginning at the Pier; we are starting with the critical health and safety works on the stone portion of the Pier, then continuing to establish our service facilities, such as mooring and anchor points. The Pier will remain closed to pedestrian and marine traffic through the winter to allow our crew to work quickly and safely. With plans to open the Stone Pier to the public in April!
The Pier & Community News
Published: 27th September 2023
Good news! Warm spaces is back, 12-2pm Monday 9th October The George hotel Monday 16th October The Inveraray Inn Monday 23rd October The George Hotel Monday 30th October The Inveraray Inn If you would like to attend please contact Linda 07388165366 or get us on here, it’ll be helpful for an idea of numbers. Thank […]Read more about this news item here
Published: 23rd September 2023
Inveraray Community Council General Meeting held on Wednesday 6th September 2023 at 7.00pm in the Loch Fyne HotelRead more about this news item here
Published: 21st September 2023
Updates from Linda and The Community Council: After the success of warm spaces last year, we’re hoping to start again at the start of October; the George Hotel, Loch Fyne Hotel, and Inveraray Inn are all looking to welcome you all back again.Read more about this news item here
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