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Village Inn
Shore Road
Arrochar
Argyll

G83 7AX | View map

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The Village Inn is situated in the charming village of Arrochar. Set in its own grounds complete with beer garden, The Village Inn sits on the east shore of Loch Long and enjoys superb views over the "Arrochar Alps". 14 beautiful individually decorated ensuite bedrooms. The bedrooms provide very comfortable double accommodation and are tastefully decorated and furnished in a traditional classic style. Each bedroom has ensuite facilities, some with stunning double ended baths. Each bedroom has a television and radio and tea & coffee making facilities.The 2 superior bedrooms in the main house come with 4 poster beds and stunning views over Loch Long and the “Arrochar Alps”. There are 10 double bedrooms in the main building with a further 4 bedrooms in the beautifully restored annexe building to the rear of the inn. The annexe buildings have 3 freshly decorated double rooms and 1 twin room.Facilities include: the Village Inn Bar, Lounge, Restaurant and larger Beer Garden Open all year round, The Village Inn is perfect for a mid-week break or a weekend away, as well as a relaxing meal or a pint of real ale..

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