This spacious Victorian home is beside Loch Goil in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, close to the Lochgoilhead village shop and pub. Greenbank easily sleeps up to ten people in six bedrooms, each of which has lovely views of the loch or mountains, with lots of outdoor space and parking. Greenbank is only just over an hour's drive from Glasgow yet feels a world away. The area is a magnet for outdoor enthusiasts with activities on the water and the hills. The holiday house and area are perfect for families and friends who want to enjoy the best sights and attractions of Argyll and the Arrochar Alps.
A comfortable holiday lodge located on the Western edge of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park within the Argyll Forest Park. Feòrag Lodge is an ideal retreat for a relaxing holiday and for exploring the Cowal Peninsula, the delights of West Argyll or further afield. Tourist board rating: 3 Star
This lovely stone cottage near Loch Lomond is ideal for couples, families, and friends who want to enjoy central Scotland's best sights and attractions. Walking, mountain biking, fishing and golf are all readily accessible. Visit historic sites like Stirling Castle and the field where the Battle of Bannockburn took place, and spend happy days shopping, eating and sightseeing in Glasgow and Edinburgh. The location of Ballat Smithy Cottage is perfect for everyone in any season, no matter what their age or interest. It sleeps four people in two bedrooms and is available for bookings all year round with short breaks possible depending on availability. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty within the Trossachs, overlooking the Ben Ledi hills, these delightful holiday lodges are perfect for exploring the Trossachs and Loch Lomond and within easy reach of Glasglow and Stirling.
The Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park's reputation as a prime UK location for outdoor pursuits is well deserved making it a popular choice for a cottage holiday. It is home to 21 Munros (mountains higher than 3000 feet), 19 Corbetts (mountains between 2500 and 3000 feet), 22 lochs, 50 rivers and 2 sprawling forest parks. Choose from activities such as cycling, mountaineering, horse riding and hiking trails, or even a zip line course for the adrenalin junkies, as well as a variety of water sports, like kayaking, sailing, fishing and water-skiing.
A short boat trip from Balmaha takes you to Inchcailloch, a beautiful island set in the Loch Lomond Nature Reserve. This unspoilt 52 hectare island is well worth a ferry trip for the thick oak woodland that supports some of the best Scottish wildlife to be seen.
Whilst many book Trossachs National Park holidays to marvel at the stunning scenery and enjoy the outdoor pursuits, there are unique villages and towns to explore that are rich in history. From the picture-postcard village of Saint Fillans to the shores of the Holy Loch in Kilmun, culture and history are evident at every turn. Conveniently situated in the heart of the country, the Trossachs guarantees a beautiful holiday and is an ideal base from which to explore many parts of Scotland including the Highlands.
A well preserved and stunning area to enjoy everything nature has to offer, a Loch Lomond Holiday provides a great outdoor getaway whether you are seeking adventure or relaxation. Read more about this beautiful area and our cottage rentals and self catering lodges available.