Arrochar Hotels

Arrochar is a delightfully historic village in Argyll and Bute, Scotland found on the north tip of Loch Long not far away from Loch Lomond, and just east of the village of Tarbet. It is recognised as the entry point to the Cowal and the south west of Scotland; it was once the home of the MacFarlanes the infamous cattle thieves and was the location of the many battles between the clans and the Vikings.

Arrachor is supremely fortunate as it is surrounded by glorious countryside including mountains, valleys, lochs and with an profusion of wildlife. The Arrochar Hotels provide guests with an excellent platform for investigating this beautiful area, the Hotels are described through a range of styles and may be found in the town centre, on the waters' edge and in the country surrounds.

Arrochar is now a popular tourist resort and attracts many climbers, walkers and hikers; the village offers a series of specialist shops, pavement cafes, bistros and restaurants, traditional pubs and more trendy wine bars. The Arrochar Alps are quite famous and offer demanding hiking trails. Alternatively guests may take cruises to explore Loch Lomond which operate from Tarbet and from here the Yacht races are hosted as are a Powerboat Grand Prix. Nearby Kennacraig operates the main ferry terminus on the Isle Islay for the Opportunity to explore the Hebrides'.

The Arrochar Hotels are often provided with stunning scenic and many have privileged settings being on the edge of the Loch, Arrochar is only 1 1/2 miles from Loch Lomond and makes a great places for touring Glasgow and other areas such Oban, Callander, the Trossachs and glorious Stirling. Service is friendly and efficient and you’ll find all modern facilities on offer in hotels in Arrochar.
Arrochar is the ideal place to begin your exploration of the Scottish Highlands that will leave you with the memories of a lifetime.