Amazing Views

Amazing views of the Loch from the decking at the Wee Callanish…

View of The Cobbler

“The Cobbler is a mountain of 884 metres height located near the head of Loch Long in Scotland. Although only a Corbett, it is “one of the most impressive summits in the Southern Highlands”, and is also the most important site for rock climbing in the Southern Highlands.” (from Wikipedia)

Wee Callanish

Relax in our beautiful garden and enjoy the magnificent views of the surrounding scenery. There is ample off road parking and we are within easy reach of Arrochar and the local shops, restaurants and pubs.

Location Location

Enjoying breath-taking panoramic views of Loch Long and the majestic Arrochar Alps and the Munro Ben Arthur (Cobbler Mountain), it is only 2 miles to the spectacular Banks of Loch Lomond.



NACHO the cat sitting on the wooden railings on the deckWee Callanish Loch Lomond Self Catering Accomodation nestles intimately at the foot of Callanish House Arrochar and is an unrivalled romantic retreat for two providing luxury self-catering accommodation for the perfect holiday .

Location Location Location Situated in Scotland’s first National Park  on Loch Long, and only 2 miles from the famous Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond, Wee Callanish enjoys spectacular elevated views. The outlook is dominated by the iconic Cobbler~ The Ben Arthur Mountain, which is one of the peaks that form the famous Arrochar Alps.

Munros

  • Ben Vorlich (943m, Munro 229)
  • Ben Vane (915m, Munro 283)
  • Beinn Ime (1011m, Munro 118)
  • Beinn Narnain (926m, Munro 259)

Corbetts

  • Beinn Luibhean (858m)
  • The Cobbler (Ben Arthur) (884m

The area is part of the Argyll Forest Park, a magnificent stretch of unspoiled countryside that was established as long ago as 1935 as an area of exceptional beauty.

Relax on your own deck and visualise the Vikings arriving on the shores of Loch Long before having to drag their Longboats overland  to Tarbet- Loch Lomond. Enjoy also, the magnificent seasonal and ever-changing views of the tidal  Loch Long  and the breathtaking scenery.