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Me and my partner,stayed hete on Saturday 25th March,nice wee hotel on the shores of long long fantastic scenery,with Ben Arthur the cobbler on other side of loch,we where bed and breakfast,which was nice enough,only downside was our room was twin, couldn't get double as...More
Got an amazingly cheap deal here for half term - £70 for two nights bed and breakfast - so cannot really complain . Very friendly reception staff and hard working bar staff and breakfast staff. Given a small dark room on the first floor -...More
Just returned from a one night stay at the arrochar hotel...this is our second stay here within a year...on arrival there is plenty of car parking space, the front door and foyer weren't very welcoming and could do with a good clean, we went to...More
This is the second visit to Arrochar. It is located on Loch Long with beautiful views of the mountains and easy access to some of their walks.
We were warmly greeted at the reception by the staff who booked us in quickly and explained times...More
We stayed at this hotel as a couple in February 2017.
Very disappointed in our experience.
From our initial check in it was apparent that the hotel was quite dated, the reception/lounge/bar area was uninviting with some comfortable chairs interspersed with what I can only...More
We travelled by car, but suggest you check out scotrail.c0.uk/sites/default/files/assets/download_ct/whl-tmtbl-map.pdf and times. Unlike most European public transport, our UK "public" systems are private, fragmented, and... More
We travelled by car, but suggest you check out scotrail.c0.uk/sites/default/files/assets/download_ct/whl-tmtbl-map.pdf and times. Unlike most European public transport, our UK "public" systems are private, fragmented, and un-coordinated... hence road overloads. Good luck!
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"Ask for an upper level room, with loch side view."