Welcome to Furnace!

Situated conveniently just off the A83 between Arrochar and Lochgilphead, Furnace is a welcoming village with an active population of just over 200.

Home to the Leacainn Walk, a 6-mile circular walk encompassing some of the stunning views of the area and passing many local landmarks. Other local activities include visiting one of the best remaining examples of a local township, www.auchindrain.org.uk  or the beautiful Himalayan style Crarae Gardens.

Only a 12 minute drive North is Inveraray with a good selection of cafes, and activities, see www.inveraray-argyll.com for more information.

If you are able to stay overnight, then we have a list of local accommodation available here.

However long your visit, we look forward to welcoming you to Furnace!

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For the 1908 team the players are: back row, L to R: W McD Fraser, W Carmichael, M (for Mungo) Sinclair, A McArthur, T McArthur, J McLachlan, A McEwen, C Oberbeck: middle row, L to R: D Morrison, E McLaren, E Smith, A Sinclair (captain), A McNicol, J Montgomery: front row (crouching), L to R: D McNiven, D McLachlan, C McLaren.

Did you know?

Loch Fyne, is the longest sea loch in Britain
at miles long!