All walks, nature trails, picnic areas, wildlife sanctuary are FREE.
Inverawe Visitor Centre is a delightful place to get away from it all! Completely unspoilt, with an abundance of both flora and birds you can just walk a nature trail through woodlands and parkland. Enjoy walking down on the river’s edge, or walk down to Loch Etive and enjoy all the seabirds.
Enjoy the freedom of walking through the woods, parkland, down by the river and along Loch Etive side. There is wildlife everywhere.
The tranquillity and peace of the area makes an ideal habitat for over 100 different species of birds. Spot the red deer and roe deer, both of which are frequent visitors to the woods and hills.
The children can have fun feeding the fish in the stock pond, following the nature trail, finding the hideaways and in the playground. A map of the walks and child’s eye-spy leaflet are available at the shop or tearoom. Dogs are welcome but please keep them on leads when there are sheep around. Remember, keep the country code and close all the gates behind you and have fun!
The Inverawe tearoom, with its spectacular panoramic view over Glen Lonan and the river, just has to be the best place to try out some fabulous traditional Scottish food, from our own range of smoked goodies to a selection of fine traditional home baking. It is a superb place to test the old saying - "the proof of the pudding is in the eating". It is all delicious.
PLEASE NOTE The Tearoom and Shop is open from March to November, please call if you are visiting outwith these dates.
Our Inverawe gourmet shop has a complete range of Inverawe smoked foods along with the very best of other gourmet Scottish foods. In addition to the fine foods there is an extensive array of cookery books, kitchen gadgets and home smokers that will give hours of pleasure. The children’s section of wooden toys and puzzles will keep them busy for hours.
Visit the smokery to see how Inverawe salmon is smoked.
Enjoy the exhibition with its complete pictorial view of the smoking process and marvel over the moving models.
The exhibition is for all ages, great fun and very informative.