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In Clan MacFarlane country (and once the seat of the chief), Arrochar was a kind of natural route centre at the head of Loch Long and also on a later military road between Inveraray and Dumbarton. A pier for steamers, then the arrival of the railway both helped visitors discover the unique appeal of Arrochar's location below the grand hills. Today the community still welcomes plenty of visitors with a good choice of accommodation and places to eat.

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  • Mansefield Studios Contemporary Craft Gallery

    Mansefield Studios is a contemporary craft gallery showcasing superb quality ceramics, jewellery, prints, paintings, textiles and other traditional crafts. Found in the heart of the Loch Lomond and t...

  • Bridal Atelier Scotland

    Bridal Atelier at Glebe house, formerly known as the village manse, opens its doors and welcomes brides to be from all over Scotland. Our aim is to make this a unique experience with a warm welcome an...