Loch Lomond Lakeside Lodges
About the Resort
The Loch Lomond Lakeside Lodges are perfect for couples, families and friends who enjoy an outdoorsy type of break. There are hundreds of woodland paths to explore and many secret islands to discover which are only accessible by boat. On these islands, you'll find an incredible array of wildlife including a colony of wallabies who inhabit Inchconnachan island. Visitors enjoy the luxurious accommodation, the incredible views and the many unique experiences available. Whilst many guests spend their entire break enjoying the idyllic surroundings, others like to pop up to Glasgow and Edinburgh for the day which are easily accessible from here.
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
Breweries & Distilleries
The closest brewery is Glengoyne, in Kilearn offering various tours and tasting sessions. If you like whisky, a visit to the Loch Lomond Distillery is a must or alternatively there is Auchentoshan distillery located just outside of Glasgow.
Islands of Loch Lomond
One of our favourite recommended activities is a spot of island hopping. Loch Lomond is home to a great many islands perfect for exploring. Why not grab a space on the speedboat tour which launches from the marina in Balloch? Inchconnachan island rather bizarrely has its own colony of wallabies!
In-Lodge Beauty Treatments
Why bother leaving your lodge when the spa can come to you!? Choose from a menu of Swedish and aromatherapy massages, facials and manicures and enjoy a spot of pampering from the therapist. Advanced booking is advised - enquire for more details.
Golf at Buchannan Castle
Buchannan Castle Golf Club is just 3 miles down the road – perfect for guests searching for a golfing holiday. The James Braid designed course offers 18 holes and there is a driving range, a clubhouse and a pro shop. Loch Lomond guests get preferential visitor rates so don’t forget to enquire when you get there.
Make Incredible Memories
For Food and Drink
Head to the award-winning Oak Tree Inn, for a hearty Scottish meal and real ales, The Drymen Inn has live music every week and The Winnock Hotel serves a quality A la Carte menu. Just 20 minutes’ drive away is The Boat House Restaurant, a nautical themed restaurant overlooking the marina.
There are plenty of attractions within easy reach. Glasgow is just a 30-minute drive and Edinburgh 1 hour away. The charming village of Balloch is 20 minutes down the road where you’ll find Loch Lomond Shores, a popular tourist destination with shops, restaurants and an aquarium.
Hire a boat and head out for a spot of fishing, or try your hand at canoeing or stand up paddleboarding. Nearby, there are endless walking trails to explore with beautiful views and amazing wildlife to discover. Adventurous guests can even 'bag a munro' on the incredible Ben Lomond.