Arrochar sits between mountains which lead down into the sea of Loch Long and is an excellent base for enjoying the great outdoors. Loch Long was a torpedo testing site, particularly during WWII; a pier on the West shore was used by the Royal Navy between 1912 and 1986, and there are still some naval bases in the area.
The region is very popular with mountain climbers and walkers since it's so close to the Arrochar Alps and the Argyll Forest Park. The delights of Inverary, Oban and even Fort William are easily accessible on a day out, with the bigger cities of Glasgow and Stirling about an hour's drive away.
The village itself boasts a range of local crafts by way of art, pottery and jewellery. There's a grocery store and several pubs and restaurants offering good food and live entertainment.
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Things to do in & around Arrochar
The Claymore Hotel is situated in the charming village of Arrochar perfectly located on the banks of Loch Long with spectacular views across the Loch and surrounding mountains.
More places to enjoy nearby
Rest and be Thankful Pass
Loch Lomond Cruises
The Trossachs National Park
Beinn Ime & West Highland Way
Beinn an Lochain
Luss Pier & Village
The Hill House
Three Lochs Forest Drive
Falls of Dochart & Killin Village
Dunoon & Firth of Clyde
Oban & Isle of Mull Ferry
Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre
Balloch Castle Country Park
Inverary Jail & Castle
Cruachan Power Station & Loch Awe
Loch Lomond Sea Life Aquarium