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Arrochar, Inveraray & Loch Lomond Cruise

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 4 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TGLE10158

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

4 days

4 Day Holiday - in partnership with Black's of Brechin

Price Includes:

  • Dinner, B&B
  • Coach travel throughout
  • Full holiday itinerary
  • Welcome pack
PRICE FROM ? £249 per person
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Pretty Arrochar nestles at the head of Loch Long, close to the skyscraping Arrochar Alps and the village is one of the main gateways to the Argyll Forest Park, which stretches from the western shores of Loch Lomond as far south as Holy Loch. Our sightseeing extravaganza takes in a relaxing cruise on glassy Loch Lomond, an excursion to Inveraray, a day in Dunoon and a visit to Balloch. Staying at the delightful Arrochar Hotel, a nineteenth century coaching inn, enjoying an enviable position with a pleasant restaurant and a warm welcome awaits in the traditional bar.

Your Holiday Itinerary

Day One. From local joining points we make our way to Tarbert to board our cruiser for a scenic sail gliding along the sheltered waters of Loch Lomond. We then continue to the Arrochar Hotel and check in for our three night stay.

Day Two. A day in Inveraray. Perhaps you’d like to visit the romantic castle with its fairytale façade, beautiful gardens and captivating interior housing armoury, fine furniture, artwork and family heirlooms. Or head to the Inveraray Jail attraction where costumed characters portray prisoners from bygone days.

Day Three. Dunoon is our treat today. Lying in a picturesque setting, this popular resort has lovely bays, pretty gardens, a pleasant promenade and a Victorian pier. Known as the gateway to the Highlands, the town is surrounded by the rolling hills of Argyll Forest Park.

Day Four. After breakfast, we check out and make our way to the enchanting village of Balloch and to Loch Lomond Shores where you’ll find a wide variety of shops. Later, we make our way home.

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