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The Village Inn, Arrochar - pub details

Village Inn
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Address: Shore Road, Arrochar, Dunbartonshire, G83 7AX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 34536) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 10 users)
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You feel like you've reached the end of the world, when you reach Arrochar. We arrived along the roller coaster like road from Helensburgh and Rhu after passing the nuclear submarine base and its accompanying protest camp. The Village Inn is a lovely building with multiple rooms. We ideally wanted to eat. But they had no tables available until 9pm on this Sunday evening. Houston Blonde Bombshell, Isle of Arran Red Squirrel and Caledonian Deuchars IPA were the ales. Well worth a visit. The views over the loch are stunning. The midges are less so!
blue_scrumpy - 18 Jun 2014 21:28
Agree with below, was served by a charmless redhead with pigtails and tattoos down one arm, why be in a service industry with a stinking attitude. The ale was good as always but i didn't eat this time as the lass behind the bar put me off, I went to the chippy down the road instead. I will be back though as I like the location looking over Loch Long and the Fyne ales, I just hope it was an off day.
Henners - 15 Aug 2012 19:27
What a shame, a super place with real charm and a great range of beers, if they could get at it. The guy in front of me had ordered a pint, it took the barmaid about 100 pulls of the pump and 5 mins to get close to it, the next customer almost apologeticly asked for one, or an alternative if it poured better, 'makes no difference' she replyed in a huff and started to her task. I understand it wasn't her fault the beer engines didn't work, but don't take it out on the customers. I was made to feel most unwelcome and I only wanted a cooking lager and a coke.
fetchman - 14 Aug 2012 11:32
Visited 20th May, four real ales on but when the best of them is Deuchars IPA you know you're not in for a great time. Bar gloomy, and only one table has a view out of the window. An oasis in a beer desert but not worth a special trip.
davercox - 27 May 2011 09:33
Lovely pub in a beautiful setting right on the loch. We went here on a blustery, wet day and it was a great place to while away a couple of hours waiting for the rain to let up a bit so that we could get out for a walk.

Good selection of ales from the Fyne brewery and one from the An Teallach brewery as guest. Food was very good but, like most Scottish pubs and Inns, could do with more veggie food on the menu.

With the rain not letting up - and on one of the staff's recommendations - we decided to drive later over to the Fyne brewery and spent an hour over there instead of going for a walk.
littledrummerboy - 6 Oct 2010 12:09

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