Attractions near Inverarnan
Ben Lomond (11 Miles)*
The mountain, and over 5000 acres around it, are owned and managed by the National Trust for Scotland.
Kilchurn Castle (11 Miles)*
A square tower, built by Colin Campbell of Glenorchy c1550, Kilchurn Castle was much enlarged in 1693, incorporating the first purpose built barracks in Scotland.
Bucinch & Ceardach (17 Miles)*
Bucinch and Ceardach are two tiny uninhabited islands surrounded by the waters of Loch Lomond. They were presented to The National Trust for Scotland in 1943 by Col. Charles L. Spenser of Dumfries.
Moirlanich Longhouse (18 Miles)*
An outstanding example of a traditional cruck frame cottage and byre, dating from the mid 19th century.
Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve (18 Miles)*
Perthshire's highest mountain (3,984ft) with views from the Atlantic to the North Sea.
Bonawe Historic Iron Furnace (20 Miles)*
Founded in 1753 by a Lake District partnership, Bonawe is the most complete charcoal-fuelled ironworks in Britain.
Auchindrain (20 Miles)*
There's nowhere like it in Scotland. Auchindrain gives visitors a fascinating and authentic insight into how people lived,worked and played in the old Highlands, from the first record of Auchindrain in 1533 to when the last residents moved away in
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Inverarnan
Inversnaid (5 Miles)*
Crianlarich (6 Miles)*
Stronachlachar (8 Miles)*
Tyndrum (8 Miles)*
Tarbet (9 Miles)*
Arrochar (9 Miles)*
Arrochar is a remote Scottish village situated on the west coast of Scotland in Argyll and Bute.
Lochgoilhead (13 Miles)*
Scenic Lochgoilhead is a small village of around 400 residents in the southern Scottish Highlands of Argyll. As its name suggests, the village sits at the head of Loch Goil.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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