“The owners of the Loch Lomond Arms Hotel in the pretty village of Luss on the west side of Loch Lomond, claim that their village is the loveliest in Scotland. With its low sandstone cottages (rose covered in summer), loch-side position, wooden pier and pretty timber-roofed church, it ticks a lot of the boxes. And now it has a totally refurbished and titivated small hotel with gastropub/restaurant as well. The fourteen bedrooms are all newly decorated in traditional style with modern twists. Beds have feather duvets and pillows (hypoallergenic bedding can be provided) and the rooms have free wifi, iPod docks and good bathrooms with Arran Aromatics toiletries. The bar is cosy but bright and on sunny days guests can sit outside in the courtyard or garden. Chef Peter Wilson’s tempting menu includes gastropub classics such as tarted-up fish and chips, alongside dishes of locally sourced game, beef and lamb plus some irresistible puddings. Awarded Argyll & Lomond's Romantic Hotel of the Year at the Scottish Hotel Awards 2013”
Written by Hugh Graham-Watson
“Why do people love staying in your hotel? Great stop off for people travelling to and from the West Coast. Great place to eat with good quality food served, without any pretentiousness. It's accessible - so you can be in the countryside without having to travel miles. It's only 30 mins from Glasgow / Glasgow airport and about 90 mins from Edinburgh.
What is there to do in the area? Cruises on Loch Lomond , Climb Ben Lomond - water taxis from Luss to the East banks run from March - end Oct, climb Cobbler. Excellent cycling, walking and fishing / angling.
What kind of breakfast do you offer? Good hearty full scottish breakfast.
Do you offer other meals? And can you recommend good places to eat out locally? Yes, excellent meals served Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Good wine list, extensive whisky selection and locally brewed ales. We find many people don't eat out as our meals are better than anywhere else. However, there are good places locally that are fine for lunch.
Which are your most popular room types, and why? Our superior and 4-poster rooms are very popular. Voted Argyll & Lomond's romantic hotel of the year so it's perfect for anniversaries and weddings.”