Spotlight on New Loch Lomond Holiday Accommodation
Looking for Loch Lomond self catering or Loch Lomond Bed & Breakfast options? Choose from some of our latest Love Loch Lomond holiday accommodation options:
Loch Lomond Self Catering
Enjoy a luxury getaway in Gavinburn Cottages, conveniently located half way between Glasgow and Loch Lomond (15 minutes from each). The 5 self-catering cottages, situated on the scenic Kilpatrick Hills, enjoy wonderful views over the River Clyde and offer guests a mountain biking and hillwalking paradise. Each cottage has its own patio, barbecue area and furniture for alfresco dining and guests can enjoy a welcome pack, log burning stove and Internet access.
Strathendrick House Holiday Cottage, situated on the leafy Buchanan Castle estate, just outside the charming village of Drymen, offers extensive family accommodation (living room pictured below) in a peaceful country house, with plenty to do for all the family. The 4 bedroom house sleeping nine, offers several top class golf courses within easy reach plus excellent local amenities and places to eat, drink and shop in the nearby village of Drymen.
Stunning views are also on the menu at the Old Farmhouse, Portnellan Farm. Located on the south-eastern shore of Loch Lomond, this organic family farm offers high quality self-catering accommodation in the Old Farmhouse, renovated and completely restored in November 2014, with wonderful panoramic views of lochs and mountains. Organic beef is available to purchase, boat moorings are also possible and the owners offer speedboat tours tailor-made to guest requirements.
Strathyre Cabins, Forest Holidays are located in the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, on Forestry Commission land. Some cabins have beautiful views over Loch Lubnaig, while others are dotted around a glassy area between forest and loch. The Forest Holidays team are on hand to make your break special – from advising on activities, to providing freshly cooked meals and snacks or drinks in the bar. Guests can stock up on shopping essentials, luxuries and souvenirs in the Forest Retreat. Book an activity with a Forest Ranger, go fishing, pony trekking or canoeing or just simply relax in your hot tub and enjoy the peace and quiet in woodland surroundings.
Situated in Tarbet, in two acres of land in the shade of Ben Lomond, Coleman’s Cottage exudes history and heritage. A 400-year old crofter’s cottage lovingly restored into a lochside retreat for guests, the cottage offers private access to mountain walks, three double bedrooms, a log burner, free wifi and Sky TV. The cottage’s origins can be traced back to the Scottish Rebellion of 1745, and the lawned gardens lead to a 1,000 year old Yew tree, known as The King Tree, where King Robert the Bruce once assembled his troops.
Just 16 miles from Glasgow, the pretty one bedroom Tullycross Cottage is located on a quiet back road above Croftamie Village and offers the perfect escape and retreat from the city. Just inside Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park and also on one of Scotland’s Great Trails, the John Muir Way, the cottage offers flexible self- catering accommodation, broadband Internet, a welcome pack of food and drink and fabulous views north and south.
If you’re interested in staying on a working farm, then Templea Farm Cottage is for you. This 3 bedroom modern self- catering holiday cottage is located on a working sheep farm and offers guests wifi and a garden, with views over the Campsie Fells. On the edge of the National Park, the cottage’s location offers an ideal base for touring, half an hour’s drive from Callander and Stirling, an hour from Glasgow and 90 minutes from Edinburgh.
The 2 bedroom Scandinavian style Stable Lodge offers luxury self-catering, set in a tranquil location just outside the pretty country village of Drymen. The lodge is in a south facing position on a private estate within extensive grounds of 30 acres, with panoramic views of the Campsie Fells and Dumgoyne. With a well equipped kitchen, plenty of information and extras for visitors (pictured above) a warm and comfortable living area with woodburning stove and more, Stable Lodge adds up to a very attractive holiday and short break option.
Loch Lomond Bed and Breakfast
Treetops Bed and Breakfast offers guests contemporary ensuite accommodation in a detached house with pretty mountain views towards the Campsie Hills and Dumgoyne. Ideally situated for touring Scotland, Glasgow and Stirling are only 30-40 minutes away. Scotland's most popular long distance walking route "The West Highland Way" is very close by and the central location of Treetops in the village of Balfron, close to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park makes it an ideal holiday spot.
The Corries Bed and Breakfast, at Inverbeg, Luss, offers 3 spacious ensuite bedrooms, free wifi and stunning views over the Loch. The B&B is an ideal location for cyclists, walkers, those interested in photography, watersports fans or those seeking a relaxing break.
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