The Arrochar Hotel, with its stunning views, is a two-star hotel originally designed and built in the 19th century.
Nestling at the head of Loch Long, the picturesque village of Arrochar offers wonderful views down this beautiful Clyde sea-loch, once the haunt of fearsome Vikings. Our tour uncovers some of Scotlands finest scenery and takes in the ancient city of Stirling and stylish Glasgow.
The Arrochar Hotel dates from the 19th century. Situated at the very foot of the Arrochar Alps, it offers a tranquil hideaway to relax and unwind, with stunning views of Loch Long. All 76 bedrooms are en suite, with tea/coffee making facilities and free WiFi. There is lively entertainment two evenings per week.
All on board the mid- morning Stena ferry to Cairnryan and onward to Arrochar.
Hotel: Arrochar Hotel, Arrochar ** (4 nights D, B&B)
Westbound, we hug the shorelines of Loch Long and Loch Fyne, stopping in the quaint, historic Inveraray. Then it’s on to the pretty coastal resort of Oban, passing Loch Awe and Loch Etive. We return via Crainlarich and the northern shore of Loch Lomond.B, D
Be prepared for some jaw-droppingly beautiful scenery. This excursion to Perthshire takes us via Crieff to Aberfeldy, Scotland’s first fair tradetown and onwards to the conservation village of Kenmore. Driving parallel to Loch Tay, we view the mighty Falls of Dochart in the village of Killin before returning to the hotel.
Culture, art and shopping! Our full day in Glasgow combines a visit to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, home to one of Europe’s great art collections, with the opportunity to explore this intriguing city.B, D
We return to Belfast via Largs, catching the afternoon Stena Line ferry from Cairnryan.B
B=Breakfast Included , D=Dinner Included
Inverary Oban Aberfeldy Falls of Dochart Glasgow Kelvingrove Art Gallery
Single Room Supplement from £30