Loch Lomond and the National Park is a wonderful place to stay in Scotland.  Centrally located there is a tremendous amount to do.  Whether you wish an active or relaxing holiday, family, friends or family, there is something for everyone.

If you like walking or hiking, we are on the edge of the famous West Highland Way, which is from Glasgow to Fort William, whether you walk or cycle, you can do part or all , please click on Highland Way

For everything Loch Lomond, activities, canoeing, boating, biking and ‘What’s On’ places to dine and attractions, please click on Loch Lomond

For regional and national attractions, Visit Scotland have regularly updated events page on Scottish Events

National Trust for Scotland operates many unique properties click on link for more information NTS

Scottish Natural Heritage has many outdoor events, many suitable for children Scottish Natural Heritage

Only a 20 minute car journey to Glasgow, you can enjoy many attractions, such as the 8 free Museums and Art Galleries, for opening times, special events and exhibitions please see their website Glasgow

Edinburgh our Capital city is a wonderful place to visit, it can be very busy in July and August and parking is a premium.  For all travel options, trams, things to do and see please see Edinburgh

Only a short drive east and under one hour, historic Stirling is compact and you can enjoy Stirling Castle, Wallace Monument, the old town and the Battle of Bannockburn.  Check out travel times and special events on their website click here for more information Stirling

If you are seeking tranquillity and searching further afield there are many places off the beaten track, check out this link for some ideas and travel plans. Undiscovered Scotland

We are ideally located to explore the vast and stunning west coast of Scotland, from south to north, we are only 2 miles to the main road that will take you to the West Coast of  Scotland

No summer visit to Scotland is complete without a trip to one of our famous highland games, they vary in size, activities and competitions and offer something slightly different at each one, from visitors’ races, to strong man competitions, caber tossing, tug of war, highland dancing and pipe band competitions please see Highland Games Scotland