Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, Scotland
Holiday in Loch Lomond and the TrossachsLoch Lomond and the Trossachs is the most amazing place for a relaxing holiday or an exciting active break. The stunningly beautiful loch and islands provide the perfect backdrop for a broad variety of watersports and boating adventures while the surrounding national park is the place for keen walkers. Adrenaline sports enthusiasts can fly through the treetops at Loch Lomond's TreeZone Aerial Adventure Course or try water skiing with the Loch Lomond Water-Ski Club while keen swimmers could try the Open Water Swimming Experience. Visit the Scottish-themed entertainment and events during Scottish Week with a mini Highland Games complete with a piper in August or the Loch Lomond Food and Drink Festival in September. Take a boat trip to Inchconnachan Island to see the colony of wallabies who live there and a wonderful variety of other wildlife. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs is also a great base for city day trips to Glasgow and Edinburgh. There's something for everyone and now even live mermaids at the Sea Life Centre!
Loch Lomond Reviews
Loch Lomond is a must see. Walking its shores is absolutely stunning. From the islands to the green trees, red sand, and blue sky it’s a beautiful experience. Highly recommend spending a few hours or more here.
Beautiful landscape. Loch Lomond is one of my favourite areas in Scotland. Plenty to do if you enjoy the outdoors: from kayaking to strenuous hikes to casual nature walks or boat trips. I keep returning!
Luxury Lakeside Lodges
Loch Lomond is a collection of luxury 5-star lodges with private hot tubs located directly on the shore. Set in beautiful surroundings with acres of woodland and spectacular rivers, lochs and waterfalls, this area is perfect for all kinds of outdoor activities including canoeing, water skiing, hiking, biking and mountain climbing.
Lomond Luxury Lodges
Lomond Luxury Lodges are a range of superb 5-star lodges with private hot tubs, surrounded by the stunning scenery of Scotland’s Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. The pet-friendly. Dalnair Castle Lodge, sleeps up to eight guests.
Portnellan Perthshire Lodges
Portnellan Perthshire Lodges are cosy log cabins and attractive cottages close to the historic village of Crianlarich, near the looming mountain Ben More and several sparkling lochs and rivers. Portnellan is an ideal place for outdoor pursuits and visiting local attractions.
About Loch Lomond and the Trossachs
Things to do in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs
West Highland Way
Get outdoors and get active as you enjoy glorious views of the loch on the West Highland Way, the iconic long-distance walking route.
Bird of Prey Centre
See buzzards, hawks, eagles and owls plus other beautiful birds of prey and learn about conservation at the Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre.
Sea Life Centre
See the tropical stingrays, turtles and Scotland's largest collection of sharks then visit the community cinema at Loch Lomond Sea Life Centre.
Learn to water-ski at the Loch Lomond Water-Ski Club where customers have included, Bono of U2 and Olympic swimmer Keri-Anne Payne.