Inverarnan is located by the river Falloch at the south end of Glen Falloch, near the head of Loch Lomond.

    The village largely developed servicing the growing needs of steamboat activity and business in the 19th century. Today it is a popular place to stop while visiting the local beauty spots, such as the Falls of Falloch or walking The West Highland Way.

    There are also a number of heritage sites near the village including a double stone circle and an ancient boundary stone, Clach nam Breatann or ‘Stone of the Britons’. This stone marked the junction between the three ancient kingdoms: Pictland, to the east, Strathclyde, to the south and Dal Riata, to the north west.

    The Drovers Inn was established in 1705 and is well known as a haunted location and has been visited by many paranormal enthusiasts.

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