Beautifully presented two bedroom property. Set in Succoth, Arrochar, a delightful 2 bedroom mews cottage with woodburning stove and Fischer heating system, very warm throughout. Master bedroom with king size bed, second bedroom double bed, shower room. Open plan kitchen/dining/living room, Sky tv, wi-fi, netflix, double oven, garden and driveway for 2 cars. 200 yards from the lochside and many walking routes.
Taigh-Beann, Gaelic for the ‘House in the Mountains’ is my semi-detached cottage, situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in the centre of the village of Tarbet, close to the Hotel, Restaurants and Post Office, and a few minutes walk from the shore of Loch Lomond. Ideally located to tour the West Highlands, or enjoy hill walking and climbing in the Arrochar Alps, cruise Loch Lomond only a few minutes walk away, tackle the local cycle tracks, or ride the West Highland Railway.
The 3 bedroom cottage offers comfortable and cosy accommodation.
Inverherive Cottage is situated 1 mile from Crianlarich and 4 miles from Tyndrum and makes an ideal base for your holiday or week-end break. Surrounded by spectacular mountain views and within easy reach of Glencoe and a number of munro mountains ,the location is a walkers paradise. Or if you prefer just to relax in our 3 acre woodland and garden which has a lovely stream running through the edge of the property.
Cairn View is a welcoming ground floor apartment in the village of Arrochar, on the very shores of Loch Long. The apartment has a double room, a twin room (which can be offered as a double by prior arrangement) and a room with a single bed and an additional pull-out stacker bed. There is a shower room, and an additional cloakroom too. There is also an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with wonderful loch views.
Rosmuire is a charming and spacious four bedroomed detached cottage, located on the doorstep of the Loch Lomond National Park. From a secluded hillside position near Shandon village it enjoys views over the Gare Loch and the hills to the west.Its tranquil surroundings include a large landscaped garden with a south-facing patio directly off the kitchen; enjoy eating alfresco on a unique antique stone table, perfect for watching the sun set on the hills behind the loch.
This historic semi-detached cottage with a stream running through the garden is in the village of Tarbet, 150 yards from the shore of Loch Lomond. This is an ideal holiday location from which to explore one of Scotland’s most picturesque areas with outdoor activities to be enjoyed including cycling and water sports. Visit the Trossachs Discovery Centre to learn about this area. Enjoy a cruise on the stunning Loch Lomond. Stirling, with its ancient castle is also easily accessible for the day. The surrounding district is steeped in history.
From the comfort of your cabin or luxury of your hot tub, enjoy magnificent views across Loch Long to the mountains beyond, at this stunning Forestry Commission setting. Here, you will find miles of woodland trails and tracks to explore. Travel as a family, a couple or with friends. You can even bring the dog to pet friendly cabins. Quote WALKHIGH17 to save 10% when you book online. Discount applies to cabin price only. May not be used in conjunction with any other offer and cannot be applied retrospectively.
West Cottage is a charming detached cottage, ideally located for exploring this beautiful town in Scotland. It is a mile and half away from Arrochar and close to stunning Loch Lomond. The house can sleep four people in two bedrooms, one king-size double and one double bedroom and a shower room. Kitchen, sitting room with dining area and a woodburning stove. Outside there is a lawned garden to the rear, lockable bike storage on request and off road parking for two cars.
This detached chalet has been constructed and furnished to a good standard and offers excellent all year round holiday accommodation. It is situated on the A82 in the village of Crianlarich - this is a popular base for walkers and climbers, as the West Highland Way comes through the village en route to Fort William, then Fort William which offers a range of shops, pubs and restaurants, marks the start of the Great Glen Way.