The list below should contain all the participating Arrochar self catering providers (including Tarbet Loch Lomond) and for the surrounding area including for lodges, cottages, apartments, bungalows, chalets, cabins, hostels and campsites.
Morelaggan House is a luxury 4 bedroom cottage within the heart of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, an hours drive from Glasgow and 20 minutes from Loch Lomond. Nestled in it's own large private gardens with stunning views across Loch Long, Morelaggan is a great base to explore the West of Scotland.
Comfortably sleeping 8 adults, with room for toddlers and babies too. There is lots to do both inside and outside. We have a range of toys and games to suit all ages and the teenagers can enjoy the free WIFI. Outside we have a trampoline, badminton, boules, swings and a range of toddler friendly toys. Pets are welcome on prior arrangement.
Mansefield House, situated in the picturesque Argyll village of Arrochar, on the shores of Loch Long, is a fine Grade B listed Victorian house. Full of character and original features, Mansefield House offers a comfortable, well equipped and attractive home from home.
Mansefield House is a warm and homely house perfectly suited to families with young children, groups of friends celebrating a special occasion or reunion, as well as walkers and cyclists. Well behaved pets are extremely welcome.
Situated on the shores of Loch Long, Mansefield House has uninterrupted views of the loch, the Arrochar Alps and Argyll Forest Park. The house stands in an elevated position with large private gardens of mature shrubs, trees and lawns. Loch Lomond lies 2 miles to the East.
Set in the heart of Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park and on the Clyde Sea Lochs Trail, Arrochar View is situated on the shore of Loch Long with views of the Arrochar Alps including 'The Cobbler' (Ben Arthur).
Arrochar is less than 2 miles from Loch Lomond and is an ideal base for enjoying all the activities the area has to offer such as walking; wildlife watching; diving; cycling; fishing; sailing; photography and golf as well as exploring the stunningly beautiful scenery of West Scotland.
It is also within easy reach of places such as Inveraray, the West Highland Way and Glencoe.