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The weather in Arrochar
Check out the climate diagram for Arrochar. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 19° On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is May.
A holiday cottage in idyllic Arrochar for a retreat into nature
Set by magnificent Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Arrochar offers visitors a taste of Scottish Highlands life just a short drive from Glasgow. Experience it with rustic Arrochar accommodations.
Housed inside a church, local favourite Slanj Bar & Restaurant hosts memorable candlelight live music sessions. Alternatively, how about steak sausage and hot tea while gazing out at the loch's chilly winding roads? The atmospheric Top 'O' The Rest trailer promises you just that. More traditional tea can be found at Arrochar Tea Room and Tarbet Tearoom – the latter also serves mouth-watering scones, panini, chips, and jacket potatoes.
Art and culture galore
Arrochar is regaled for its community spirit and observance of local customs. While traditional bars and pubs are a great way to integrate with locals, you could also browse through the pottery studios and craft galleries for paintings, ceramics, and jewellery to take home.
Culture travellers will love the ancient burial grounds, monasteries, and ruined castles on Loch Lomond's little islands. Literature fans should note that Trossachs featured in Sir Walter Scott's poem, The Lady of the Lake, and his novel, Rob Roy.
Wild wild outdoors
Gateway to Argyll Forest Park, Arrochar is also a starting point to the Arrochar Alps. Experienced walkers will enjoy scaling Beinn Ìme, the tallest peak in the range, as well as the distinctive Ben Arthur peak, locally known as Cobbler's Wife. Arrochar also has gentle sloping trails, perfect for families and recreational hikers.
Explore the surrounding regions with scenic road trips or boats that can be rented at the local marina. Anglers can look forward to catching some mackerel, trout and conger eel. Arrochar's sea lochs are also natural habitats to dolphins and seals. Finally, consider scuba diving at Loch Long, where the sea's long-lost secrets await.
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