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Private Car Park
While staying at the Claymore Hotel be sure to take in the breath-taking views of the surrounding Argyll Forest Park, wake up in the comfort of your cosy bedroom and enjoy wonderful local cuisine served in the hotel’s restaurant.
Private Car Park
Number of Bedrooms: 96
Parking Spaces: 25
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Claymore Hotel in Arrochar boasts a prime position in this quaint Scottish village, right at the head of Loch Long. This is a popular area of Scotland as its one of the main gateways to the Argyll Forrest, the “Arrochar Alps”, and the most famous of all Scotland’s lochs – Loch Lomond. This impressive Scottish Highlands manor house was originally the home of Clan McFarlane and has a rich and colour history. Ideally located the Claymore offers a great base for a relaxing short break, walking holiday or for sightseeing the natural beauty spots of Scotland.
Wake up in one of the the Claymore Hotel’s 98 comfortable bedrooms and take in the breath-taking views of Argyll Forest Park. With a range of rooms from Standard to Loch Views you can treat yourself to a truly special stay in Arrochar. Each room has everything you would expect for a comfortable stay including TV, tea and coffee making facilities, en-suite bathroom, a desk and free WiFi throughout.
Relax and enjoy the wonderful local cuisine served in the hotel’s restaurant as well as looking out an enjoying the views of rugged mountains and tranquil lochs. The traditional wood paneelled bar serves a varied selection of drinks as well as a selection of Scottish whiskies – there is nothing better than a ‘wee dram’ after a busy day.
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Each of the Claymore Hotel's charming bedrooms are classically decorated and come complete with tea and coffee making facilities, television and en-suite, making for a truly comfortable night’s sleep.
With a range of rooms from Standard to Loch Views you can treat yourself to a truly special stay in Arrochar.
Bar & Restaurant
You’ll be spoiled for things to do on your days out, and when you return to the Claymore Hotel, you can relax and enjoy wonderful local cuisine served in the bright and vibrant restaurant.
The bar and lounge areas are ideal for relaxing and soaking up the Scottish hospitality and surroundings.
Directions to the Claymore Hotel in Arrochar
Leave the M74 at junction 22, exit onto M8 toward Glasgow Airport/Greenock
Take the exit onto M898 toward Erskine/Bishopton. Continue onto A898.
Keep left at the fork, follow signs for A82/Crianlarich and merge onto A82
Go through 5 roundabouts. Continue onto Old Military Rd/A83. Turn left and the Claymore Hotel will be on the left.
Arrochar and Tarbet train station, 1.2 miles
Glasgow, 36 miles
Glasgow airport, 33 miles
Hotel Notice Board
Dogs are welcome at the Claymore Hotel. £10 per dog per night supplement applies and will be added to your bill at the hotel.
This hotel varies its menu options month-to-month. You may be offered either a 3 course table d'hote menu or an allowance of £25pp towards the a la carte menu depending on which option they are operating in your stay month. If you wish clarification as to which option will be available for your stay we would advise contacting the hotel directly to check.
Things to see and do while you are staying at the Claymore Hotel in Arrochar
The Highlands village of Arrochar – at the northern end of Loch Long – is very popular with hill-walkers and climbers, drawn here by the Arrochar Alps and the Argyll Forest Park. The village sits in amongst some of the UK’s most beautiful scenery with classic lochs and mountains, as well as the castles, distilleries and hospitality for which Scotland is world-renowned.
Walking, climbing, boat trips
The Claymore Hotel is well placed for some of Scotland’s most beautiful hills, glens and mountains, including Glen Croe, Glen Kinglas, Ben Ime, Ben Arthur (known as the ‘Cobbler’), the Rest and be Thankful Viewpoint. Nearby lochs include Lomond, Loch Long, Loch Goil and Gare Loch and you will find a range of ferry operators, boat hire, and watersports instruction centres at various points next to these large, beautiful stretches of water.
Argyll Coastal Route, 3 miles
One of the UK’s great road trips with 129 miles following the lochs and islands of the western Highlands between Loch Lomond and Fort William – big, bold, Scottish scenery and wonderful hospitality and viewing points along the way.
Loch Lomond Leisure Scotland, Luss Beach, 10 miles
Every form of water sport or equipment hire here to enable you to get the most enjoyment from this 23-mile long lake near the Hotel. Water-skiing, wakeboarding, wakesurfing. Boat and kayak hire. Ferry trips, speedboats and pedal boats.
The Trossachs National Park, 10 miles
The most amazing natural environment and the opportunity to walk, cycle, climb, swim, camp, picnic. There are golf courses, mountains, camp sites, villages. Whether you have a few hours, a few days or weeks, you will never run out of things to see and do here.
Fyne Ales, 14 miles
A family-owned Scottish farm brewery making wonderful local ales on a local 4,500 acre estate.
Take part in the 'Hawk Walk', which allows you to fly one of the beautiful hawks through the trees yourself. Or book a ‘Meet the birds’ experience, where you can get up close and personal with some of the 35 species of birds of prey and owls.
Treezone Aerial Adventure Course, 16 miles
The ultimate Aerial Adventure Course - Zip wires, balance beams, hanging platforms, tight-ropes, scramble nets, white knuckle bridges and gap jumps, set on the shores of the awesome Loch Lomond. Suitable for age 7+ and 1.1m tall.
Loch Lomond Sea Life Aquarium, 18 miles
A must-see is you are fascinated by aquatic creatures from all over the world. Check out the 'Predators of the Reef' area, showcasing some of the fiercest predators from the reef, and everything from otters to rays, and even the bonnethead shark.
Argyll Forest Park, 20 miles
A land of crags, peaks, glens, lochs and rivers – this is Britain’s oldest Forest Park with great walking and cycling trails, nature-watching, incredible viewing points and picnic spots.
Vale of Leven Golf Club, 20 miles
A classic Scottish 18-hole course that presents a great challenge and an enjoyable day’s golf for everyone who loves the game. Visitors welcome.
For more information on things to see in and do in the area, check out our Destination Guide Here.