Inverawe Smokehouse: Scottish smoked salmon experts
Smoking fish - A Scottish Family Business
Inverawe Smokehouses delivers the very best Scottish smoked salmon, trout and gourmet hampers worldwide with the high service values of a traditional family business.
It had its origins when Robert and Rosie Campbell-Preston started smoking fish in their back garden by the banks of the River Awe more than 35 years ago.
Their Scottish smoked fish is now sought after around the world.
The Inverawe Smokehouses Business
Inverawe Smokehouses produces the very best of Smoked Scottish Salmon. Our specialist mailorder service brings a wonderful array of gourmet Smoked Scottish Fish and Game direct to your door. Read more »
The Smoking Process
Started 25 years ago with just one smokebox, this family business has become one of the biggest mailorder houses in Scotland. Read more »
The Inverawe Smokehouses Trade Service
Supplying the very finest of smoked fish to independent delicatessen, farm - shops and niche retail outlets. The Inverawe brand is synonymous with quality, exclusivity and luxury. Read more »
Inverawe House & Family
Inverawe house first appeared on the map 300 years ago. It became an important stronghold of the Campbell empire and boasts its own trans-Atlantic ghost at Tigonderoga. Read more »
Inverawe Visitor Centre
Come and see what we do best. View our smokery at work, browse round out smokery shop & tearomm or simply enjoy the flora and fauna of this beautiful corner of Argyll. Read more »
Inverawe Holiday Cottages
Inverawe offers a wonderful haven to relax in. Forget all the stresses of today. Enjoy opening your front door and listening to an almost deafening dawn chorus. Read more »
The Inverawe Fisheries
Our superb fly-fishing centre with four lochs to suit all standards is quite unique. The lochs are stocked daily with prime hardfighting fish to give a good days sport for everyone. Read more »
Inverawe Ghost Stories
Discover the story behind The Ghost of Ticonderoga, one of the most famous highland ghost stories which began at Inverawe and ended, hundreds of miles away, in North America in 1758. Read more »