B and Bs in Arrochar

Rowantreebank B&B
Main Street

G83 7AA

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Rowantreebank is a friendly family run 200 year old cottage B&B situated in the heart of Arrochar village with views out over Loch Long and beyond to The Cobbler and the Arrochar Alps. We are just yards away from the village shop, post office, pub and restaurants.

We pride ourselves in providing the personal touch to make your stay a memorable one. Our breakfasts are legendary with a choice of Full Scottish, vegetarian, continental or Scottish smoked salmon and scrambled eggs. We have also negotiated a fantastic special deal for our guests who can enjoy a 4 course meal at the local Loch Long Hotel normally costing 16.95 for just 7.95.

We aim to meet everyone's individual needs and can cater well for all diets and group dynamics with single, twin, double and family rooms available. We can accommodate up to a maximum of 13 guests, have plenty of outdoor space for families (with a barbecue available on request) and can accept dogs in our specially designated room by prior arrangement. We also have a downstairs room which can be set up as either a double or a twin for those with limited mobility.

Arrochar is an excellent location for walkers, fishermen, cyclists, bird-watchers, divers or just those looking to explore the Loch Lomond area or futher afield in the Western Highlands. We look forward to greeting you soon


Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 5

Price per Person

Double: From 25 (low) - 27.50 (high)
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Disabled Access - Ground Floor Room
Children Welcome
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - Throughout
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
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