A dream of luxury accommodation in the Scottish Highlands. Sympathetically restored, wafting scents of lavender, pine, and sea air, Ashfield House boutique B&B, more private residence than boutique b&b. This guest house hideaway sits on the shore of Loch Long in the heart of the “Arrochar Alps”. Within 45 minutes from Glasgow airport, yet in the heart of the Lomond and Trossachs National Park, you are magically transported to the romance and spender that is the Scottish Highlands.
An indulgent double room with views straight down the loch and across to the mountains. The large and refurbished en-suite also has wonderful views and a separate vanity unit.
Our Mountain View room has stunning views down the loch and over the Arrochar Alps. Refurbished in 2020, a spacious room with walnut floor, a smaller en-suite shower room, and a super kingsize bed (or a twin if you prefer).
With views up the heavily tree lined hill, Forest View is a quiet twin room with full sized beds. The private bathroom is just across the hallway and has a full length bath.
Mountain View - Annex
A newly appointed single room, accessible from Mountain View, sharing the same bathroom. If you wish to book this single room as part of your Mountain View booking, please contact me directly.
Things to see and do
Arrochar is perfectly situated on the western side of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, in the Southern Highlands and the Arrochar Alps. The reason we came to live in Arrochar is because the village is located in some of the most spectacular scenery in the UK. Fairly unknown and therefore not too busy, we are only 45 minutes from Glasgow airport, an hour from the centre of vibrant Glasgow and close to the delights of Argyll and the Cowal Peninsular.
Click HERE to see our favorite trips and walks we take our friends and family on when they come to visit.
A place to rest, relax, and unwind
Arriving here after travelling along Loch Long, Loch Lomond, or Loch Fyne, rest with a complementary "wee dram" of a local whisky (or whiskey as we tend to spell it in my native USA). Perhaps take a relaxing walk on the shores of the loch, or unwind in our garden and enjoy the spectacular views of the loch and the mountains.
Watch out for red squirrels in the garden, and the deer in the evening. Perhaps you might see badgers or the pine martins, or even the occasional whale in the loch. And just enjoy the space in the garden!