Robin and Sharon MacQueen are the proprietors of Innischonain Bed & Breakfast and after being in hospitality for almost four decades now, there is nothing they don’t know about how to run a successful B&B. We would go so far as to say that they are both great ambassadors for the area, and where others have come and gone, Innoschonain remains. This is a strong testament to both their attitude to the hospitality industry and willingness to ensure that your visit here is one to remember. All of their rooms are en-suite, comfortable and warm and offer excellent value for money. The establishment is family-run and in an excellent location within the village of Tarbet, which means that you will be really close to the pier where the Loch Lomond Cruises embark and disembark. With so many great places to eat nearby, you will be spoilt for choice.
Having visited hundreds of restaurants throughout the British Isles, sometimes it’s easy to think that you have probably seen it all. However, there are some that sneak up and take us completely by surprise;
A trip into a bygone era is what you can expect when visiting the Upper Crust restaurant. Its owners Mary & Roger, along with Mary's sister Kate, really have put their heart and soul into this restaurant.