Very friendly and accommodating host, nice rooms with good en suites, all exceptionally clean. Beds a bit on the soft side and pillows a bit lumpy. Excellent breakfast, certainly fuelled us for the day. Good location, close to a pub and shop. Great stop on the West Highland Way, only 10 minutes off the route.
After a very wet day of walking the West Highland Way it was a pleasure to pull our boots off and have our wet kit dried out in this wee gem of a B&B ran by Fiona. The property was immediately temperate set to suit our respective needs and the living area was left open for all 4 of us to enjoy the wine and nibbles we had brought in for the night. Rooms were spacious and immaculately maintained all of which set us into the correct frame of mind for the next leg of our Saunterer.
Easy to find and overlooking Loch Lomond, the setting is perfect for tourists and walkers alike. Our room was a little small but that was OK and had the usual facilities. The owner, Fiona, has had years of B & B experience being brought up in one run by her Mum who now has some lodges next door. Accordingly, breakfast was good although we had only the continental choice. We ate at the Oak Tree Inn which was only a five minutes walk and adjacent to the Trossachs National Park visitor centre - a good source of local information. We really enjoyed our visit and would happily return.
We stayed here on our first stop on the West Highland Way. We stayed in the bunk room and it wad perfect.The place is immaculate and we were made to feel very welcome. Breakfast was amazing with possibly the greatest sausage ever!
My wife and I travelled to Scotland to walk the West Highland Way and stay at this lovely B&B fir one night in the double room. A lovely, friendly welcome from Fiona and a super comfortable, warm, well-equipped bedroom with great en-suite. We thought the short (max 5 min) walk to the local restaurant was no problem and very pleasant. The Meal at the Oak Tree was outstanding! Delicious breakfast from our lovely hostess. We highly recommend the Arrochoile B&B and the short ferry trip to the island of Inchcailloch.