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Enjoy your angel's share

4th February 2013 Print
Loch Lomond Arms Hotel

Just the remedy to beat the winter blues, is the Loch Lomond Arm Hotel’s getaway break for the whisky connoisseur, allowing you to enjoy your angel’s share* with a visit to a local distillery.

Situated within the idyllic village of Luss and surrounded by the stunning beauty of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, the hotel is currently offering a special two night bed and breakfast break (based on two people sharing), which also includes a visit to Glengoyne Distillery to enjoy the Master Blender Tour for £180 per couple. There is the option to have dinner on one evening of your stay for £230 per couple.

Situated not far from the hotel and close to the beginning of the West Highland Way, Glengoyne Distillery is known as Scotland’s most beautiful distillery and has a reputation for offering an unrivalled visitor experience. Owned by independent family company, Ian Macleod Distillers, Glengoyne has been producing award winning Highland Single Malt for over 175 years.

The Loch Lomond Arms also has its own well stocked gantry of whiskies and local ales, allowing visitors to savour their favourite tipple surrounded by the relaxed, warm hospitality of the hotel, as well as relish its roaring fires and indulge in the delights of its innovate and freshly prepared menu.

From angel’s share to Cupid’s arrow – the hotel also has limited availability for its Valentine's break. This offer includes staying any two nights between 14th and 17th February for two, with a romantic dinner and complimentary bottle of Prosecco on one night, and breakfast on both mornings for £180 per couple.

Only 30 minutes drive from Glasgow and even closer to Glasgow International Airport, the hotel provides 14 exquisitely designed en-suite bedrooms and a traditional styled bar and restaurant.

Room rates, including a full Scottish breakfast, currently start from £80 single occupancy and £120 based on two sharing – please check the website for seasonal offers. For more information about the Loch Lomond Arms Hotel, or to register for email updates, visit

* Angel’s share – during the process of making wine or whisky, producers often use oak barrels to store the alcohol. When stored at 60 percent humidity or above for long periods, some alcohol will evaporate from the barrel, which is known as the angel’s share.

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Loch Lomond Arms Hotel