The Loch Lomond Arms Hotel is an award-winning country pub with bedrooms in the picturesque village of Luss, within the breathtaking Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.

Enjoy freshly prepared local fare from our award-winning chef David Hetherington, relax with a hand-pulled craft ale, and stay in our beautifully decorated rooms.

The Loch Lomond Arms Hotel dates back to the 17th Century when it welcomed travelers as a Coaching Inn. The interiors have been sympathetically updated by Serena Williams-Ellis to reflect our history and location in Loch Lomond, whilst offering the best of modern comfort. Named after the Scottish clans, each bedroom is unique and brings together Scottish woolen blankets with plump feather-filled pillows, antique furniture and vintage prints. We have the first floor and under the eve’s bedrooms in the main house, and ground floor rooms in our separate coach house.

Our cottages, on the banks of Luss Water, are a short walk from the pub. The cottages have ground floor and first-floor bedrooms. All have access to gardens, and some have private terraces. All cottages have sitting areas, most have kitchens, and some are pet-friendly. Our lovely cottages have a minimum two-night stay. We welcome families and can arrange beds for children and travel cots for babies. Please request in advance. Charming, individually styled rooms feature antique furniture, en-suite bathrooms with designer toiletries, and tea and coffee making facilities, as well as flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and free Wi-Fi. Some rooms have canopied or 4-poster beds.

Awarded 4 stars by Visit Scotland, The Loch Lomond Arms offers hearty Scottish breakfasts, light lunches, afternoon teas and tasty suppers featuring seasonal food with a modern twist. You can relax in the cozy bar with its log fires, the intimate courtyard or the outdoor terrace in landscaped gardens. A pub-style restaurant with a fireplace and full bar serves Scottish cuisine. Other amenities include a garden and a patio sitting area with umbrella-shaded tables.