Loch Lomond Arms

Luss
Argyll & Bute
G83 8NY
01436 860420

Luss is a picturesque village on the west bank of Loch Lomond with rows of 18th century cottages once lived in by slate quarry workers.

The Loch Lomond Arms is a country hotel built in the early 1800s to cater for the growing number of visitors to the area (photo 1). Dorothy and William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge stayed here in 1803, soon after it opened.

It has a bar to the right and and a lovely room to the left with armchairs and low tables known as the Library. My wife and I spent a fine April evening there enjoying Loch Lomond ales (photo 2). The painting above the fire is of John Colquhoun, heir to the barony of Luss who wrote a guide to hunting shooting and fishing in Scotland in the 19th century.

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