Lomond Luxury Lodges | Michael Paul Holidays

Lomond Luxury Lodges

hot tub lodges Loch Lomond

Surrounded by the stunning scenery of Scotland’s Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, the Lomond Luxury Lodges offer supreme 5-star accommodation situated in a breathtakingly beautiful location. Whether you’d rather get active exploring the rugged landscapes of this treasured Scottish landscape, or just forget about the worries of everyday life as you relax in the unspoilt ambience, this is the ideal place for a break.

With a range of spacious lodges perfect for larger groups of guests, the Lomond Luxury Lodges offer a perfect chance to get away from it all. You can enjoy your very own private hot tub, travel to the shores of Loch Lomond or even head out onto the water, and explore the local landscape at your leisure, all the while knowing you have a superbly welcoming lodge to return to at the end of the day.

Hot Tubs

Every one of these luxury lodges comes with its own private hot tub, with privacy screens, gentle lighting, and a roof so they can be enjoyed in all weathers. Soothe your cares away with the warm bubbles.

Near the Loch

Just a few miles away is the magnificent Loch Lomond. Explore its beautiful banks, get out on the water with a boat ride, or even take a trip on a seaplane to get a bird’s-eye view – the choice is yours.

High-End Properties

These spacious, superbly furnished lodges are ideal accommodation for a relaxing break, with quality furnishings and decor as well as all the modern conveniences you could want. Extra care has been taken to ensure your stay is really special.

Beautiful Scenery

The Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park contains some of Scotland’s most spectacular natural landscapes. Stunning views, beautiful sights, and a rich range of wildlife to spot will make for a break you won’t soon forget.

Perfect for Walking

Whether you’d prefer to take casual strolls around local trails, or make a more ambitious attempt to summit Ben Lomond, the unrivalled beauty makes this the perfect landscape for idle wanderers and seasoned hikers alike.


Please note: due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the attractions and amenities shown below may be closed or only offering a limited service. Please check their individual websites or call them ahead of time to avoid disappointment when visiting.

Things to Try

Glengoyne Distillery

Just a 10-minute drive away, you’ll find Glengoyne Distillery, which has been producing whisky continuously since 1833. Based in absolutely beautiful surroundings, this scenic distillery is well worth a visit and offers interesting tours, tasting sessions, and even the chance to make your own whisky.

Blair Drummond Safari Park

Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park near Stirling is one of Scotland’s top family attractions and is a fantastic place to see an array of amazing animals, featuring four separate drive-through nature reserves as well as a number of separate enclosures, in additional to rides, play areas, and a restaurant.

Loch Lomond Seaplanes

Stunning enough from ground-level, one way to really appreciate the majesty of Loch Lomond is to get a bird’s-eye view. That’s why it’s worth taking to the air with Loch Lomond Seaplanes and witnessing the loch and its surroundings from above. It’s a sightseeing experience you’ll never forget.


Despite the idyllic rural location, you’re around a 45-minute drive from the centre of the city of Glasgow, a thriving cultural hub that’s considered one of the most exciting cities in Europe. There are so many things to do and see here it’s hard to know where to start – pay a visit and find out for yourself!

Create Incredible Memories

For Food and Drink

For a unique experience, head to Loch Lomond Shores, a waterside mall with a range of places to eat and drink, whether you’re looking for a full meal or just refreshments while enjoying the view of the loch. There are also some fantastic shops, and activities and play areas for the kids to enjoy.

For Attractions

Just over half an hour’s driving away is the city of Stirling and you shouldn’t miss your chance to visit. See the medieval Stirling Castle, Wallace’s Monument, and the rest of the area’s rich heritage, head to the Thistles Shopping Centre, and entertain yourself at the Vue cinema or Stirling Sports Centre.

For Activities

This area of Scotland is of course ideal for all sorts of outdoor activities, with lots of fantastic walking routes in the area. The more daring might venture out to summit Ben Lomond, but be sure to prepare appropriately. Less strenuously, there are plenty of golf courses nearby.