Crianlarich Guest House / Crianlarich B&B
The village of Crianlarich (A' Chríon Láraich = "the low pass") grew up around the junction of two military roads which were constructed in
the aftermath of the '45, and it received a further boost with the advent of two railways in the late 19th century. With a population of about 185 (2001 census) there is a thriving sense of community and the life of the village is enhanced by its many visitors - it is at the mid-point of the West Highland Way, and at its junction with the Coast-to-Coast walk.
Read more about the fascinating history of the village of Crianlarich as well as the surrounding area and its famous hotel using the links below.