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Stoneymollan Luxury Pods Loch Lomond

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Stoneymollan Luxury Pods are situated in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park just a mile or so from Balloch, on the edge of Stoneymollan Muir.

They are surrounded by nature and breathtaking landscapes, open fields, and woods on the Three Lochs Way and The John Muir Way walking trails. 

While the pods offer a very quiet elevated position they also benefit from easy access to local amenities in the nearby town of Balloch.

There are two Luxury Micro Lodge Glamping Pods at Stoneymollan Loch Lomond, Holly and Juniper, with panoramic views to the Loch, the Connich Hill, the Ochill Hills, the Kilpatrick Hills, the Crianlarich Hills and the Crieff and Loch Earn Hills.

They are set in private grounds, are fully equipped and insulated with underfloor heating and have everything you need for a self catering stay.

Each Pod can accommodate up to two adults and two children or four adults with ample and cosy living space. 

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Stoneymollan Luxury Pods Loch Lomond
Upper Stoneymollan Cottage
Upper Stoneymollan Road
G83 8QU

T: 01389752771
M: 07484117086

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