Campbell Cottage, situated in the picturesque Argyll village of Arrochar
About Fiona Campbell
Fiona has been operating self-catering houses since 2002. Part of the Association of Scotland's Self-Caterers Committed to Quality scheme, 4 star accredited by VisitScotland, proud to have been granted a Green Tourism Silver Award, and part of the Dugs Welcome scheme. Campbell Cottage was added to the portfolio in 2017. Happy guests make us happy.
Fiona Campbell purchased this Cottage in 2014
Why Fiona Campbell chose Arrochar
Campbell Cottage, situated in the picturesque Argyll village of Arrochar, Loch Long, is a cosy listed cottage. The cottage forms one side of The Steadings. Built in 1760, they were originally stables where the Duke Of Argyll would keep his horses for the long journeys to and from the Highlands. Full of character, Campbell Cottage offers a comfortable, well equipped, warm and snug home from home.
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There is an abundance of things to do in the Arrochar, Loch Long and Loch Lomond area. You will quite simply never get bored. More information on lots of activities can be found from pages on the drop down menu.
The perfect base for touring, head west to Dunoon, Inveraray, Oban and the West Highlands, or take the opposite direction to Callander, Aberfoyle, Stirling and the Trossachs. Take the seaplane to Skye. Or take the train northwards through Glencoe to Fort William or Mallaig on the scenic West Highland Railway Line.
For walking and climbing, the area is second to none. Perfect dog walks in the local vicinity and walks for all ages and abilities abound. The Arrochar Alps include four Munros (mountains over 3000 ft), as well as the famous Cobbler, ideal for the more adventurous hill walker.
Mountain bike routes in the Argyll Forest Park are easily accessible, while low level bike rides along Loch Lomondside suit all ages. The area is renowned for road cycling.
Arrange a guided canoe safari on Loch Lomond; take a cruise on Loch Lomond; hire a mountain bike and explore the Argyll Forest Park; stalk red deer stags; go pony trekking; play golf; go fishing; enjoy a spa day at the Carrick on Loch Lomond, or visit one of the many visitor attractions in the area.
We offer bike hire, with great routes in the area.
Just down the road is Mansefield Studios, contemporary craft gallery, which showcases the work of independent Scottish designers and makers: Harris Tweed homeware, lambswool knitwear, textiles, pottery and jewellery. There is also The Larder – exclusively Scottish food and drink, and Campbell Bike Workshop – bike maintenance and giftware. So if a shopping spree is what you are after, you won’t need to go far.