Village Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Shore Road
Argyll and Bute
G83 7AX

Village Inn, Arrochar

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Located on the banks of Loch Long with breathtaking views of the Arrochar Alps the Village Inn offers en suite rooms. The building s character is complemented by individual room features including a TV tea/coffee facilities and a private bathroom. Some rooms overlook the loch.

Seasonal locally sourced produce including seafood is served in the restaurant. Refreshing drinks and afternoon tea are served in the bar which has 2 log fires. Guests can also relax in the beer garden which overlooks Loch Long.

Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas. There are many walks and trails stopping off in local villages. Arrochar and Tarbet Rail Station is under 5 minutes drive from the Inn.The Village Inn is open all year round.

Enjoy a Festive Break take in the breathtaking scenery whilst sitting beside the log fire enjoying a cosy Christmas atmosphere.

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