Breaks on the Lakes: Find Luxury Hideaways in Loch Lomond with Private Hot Tubs
The most popular Loch Lomond log cabins and cottages. Relax, Rest, Enjoy!
If you want a holiday to remember check out our selection of lodges with hot tubs in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs ideal for groups of friends, families and couples wanting either a relaxing break or action-packed holiday.
Loch Lomond is the biggest expanse of inland water in the UK. The meandering shallows dotted with islands gradually flow into deeper water in the shadow of majestic mountains the highest being Ben Lomond.
The loch is perfect for sailing and water-sports and it is surrounded by scenic walks and challenging cycle trails.
The culture, museums and nightlife of Glasgow are within easy reach and there are some charming Lochside villages to explore
Back at your hot tub cottage or lodge, drink in the breath-taking views from the warm bubbles of their own secluded hot tub, perhaps with a glass of champagne. Heaven!
Luxury Lodges & Cottages in Loch Lomond
Check out the best cottages with hot tubs and Loch Lomond lodges; be it for a couple, family or group of friends, you are guaranteed to find "the one" and pack your suitcases because a hot tub break in Loch Lomond really does restore the soul!
Loch Lomond Holiday
Wildside Highland Lodges
Whitebridge, Nr Loch Ness
Nunland Hillside Lodges
Dumfries, Dumfries & Galloway
Relax and Enjoy Loch Lomond
We have chosen the finest self-catering accommodation in Scotland providing everything needed for a relaxing break. Wake up refreshed in comfortable beds, before sitting outside and enjoying a cup of coffee surrounded by nature.
Spend days exploring the area or spending quality time together at your deluxe hot tub lodge, choose one of our family parks for great onsite amenities.
Want to bring along the family dog? No problem when you chose a pet-friendly lodge with hot tub in Loch Lomond. Celebrating a special occasion? Pick one of our luxury lodges with four-poster bed and in-house spa treatments.
Whatever you are looking for Loch Lomond has it all surrounded by spectacular scenery that is hard to beat.
About Holidays in Loch lomond
Covering 720 sq. miles, home to over 20 lochs and the Great Trossachs Forest; one of Britain’s largest natural Nature Reserves, the region is split into 4 distinct areas offering a diverse range of scenery.
From the rolling lowlands of the south the land gradually changes to the glens and mountains the further north you travel with Ben More being the highest at 1,174 metres,
Loch Lomond attracts thousands of visitors every year because of the abundance of wildlife, fantastic family attractions within easy reach, magnificent scenery and vast array of outdoor activities, it is ideal for those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of city-life at any time of year.
Activities and Must-see Sights in Loch Lomond
Beautiful though it is; the bonnie, bonnie banks, offer so much more than fantastic views and amazing photo opportunities.
It's ideal for lovers of the great outdoors whether you want to “Bag a Munro” (there are 12 in the region) or take part in the huge range of activities including thrilling water sports such as; jet-skiing, kayaking and canyoning.
For nature lovers don’t be surprised to see free-roaming deer, red squirrels, perhaps even a golden eagle hovering in the vast skies as you explore the lush landscape,
There are tons of cycle paths, forest trails and tree top adventures along with plenty of golf courses and prime fishing spots.
Want to take things easy? Take a leisurely cruise and marvel at the breath-taking scenery or visit Loch’s shores; packed with a whole host of things for families to enjoy - think falconry, sea life, Segway safaris, shopping, fine-dining and much more.
Here are some of the most popular attractions and activities in Loch Lomond;
This iconic fortress sitting on a rock in the river Clyde is located in the ancient capital of Scotland and has a long and chequered history.
Supposedly visited by Merlin, it is from here that Mary Queen of Scots set sail for France in 1548, sacked by Vikings and playing an important role in the Scottish wars of independence it is one of the oldest castles in the country.
If you can manage the 500 steps to the top of White Tower Crag; well worth it for breath-taking views over the Clyde and Loch Lomond and explore for Governor’s House to see some fascinating artefacts from the castle’s past.
Shopping in Glasgow
Less than an hours’ drive away you will find the cosmopolitan city of Glasgow with it’s many museums, bars, restaurants and of course shops.
Glasgow’s so called “Style Mile” which includes the pedestrianised Buchanan Street, is heaven for those looking for some retail therapy, lined with busking bagpipers, architectural delights and stores such as Diesel, Russell and Bromley, Zara and Hugo Boss, there are many big brands alongside independent boutiques.
However, for a truly unique shopping experience head to the west end where among the cobbled streets you will find retro clothing, vintage record shops, antique books, unique gifts and quaint tearooms.
Golf in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs
Just like everywhere else in Scotland, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs boasts a range of fantastic golf courses surrounded by glorious scenery.
Loch Lomond members only Golf Club is renowned for hosting the Scottish Open and golfers from all over the world travel to play a round here, meaning there is a long waiting list but don’t worry there are plenty of other gems to suit all budgets and abilities.
The Buchanon Castle Golf Club is a stunning 18-hole parkland course and The Carrick which has 9-holes in the Lowlands and 9 in the Highlands has spectacular views of Ben Lomond and the Loch itself.
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs are home to several Whisky Distilleries with most offering guided tours to visitors throughout the year.
During these fascinating tours you will gain an insight into the whisky-making process, learn about the history and enjoy a wee dram or two at the end.
Home to The Famous Grouse; Glenturret is the one of the oldest and the most visited distillery in the country, tours operate daily from March to December and there is a well-stocked shop for whisky and related souvenirs along with a popular restaurant.
Auchentoshan Distillery, producers of award -winning single malts is also within easy reach and also offers regular tours.
Sea Life Centre
Loch Lomond Aquarium can be found on the stunning shores of the Loch and is a popular day out for those staying at a cottage or lodge with hot tub in Central Scotland.
Be amazed by the many, beautiful, weird and wonderful creatures as you explore this fascinating underwater world.
Boasting the largest collection of sharks in Scotland, the only cow-nosed rays, Cammy the giant sea turtle and a trio of mischievous otters there is plenty to see.
With kids’ quiz trail, interactive rockpool fun activities and feeding displays with informative talks there’s always something going on whatever the weather.
Water sports in Loch Lomond
The region is home to 22 lochs and miles of rivers, so it stands to reason it is a popular destination for water sport enthusiasts,
It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or more advanced there are plenty of places to hire equipment and experienced instructors offering tuition.
Popular activities include sailing, kayaking and paddle-boarding to name a few, Loch Lomond also home to the annual Great Scottish Swim and while it may be a bit chilly is a fantastic place for an invigorating dip.
If you don’t fancy getting wet there are many companies which hire boats whether for a spot of fishing, thrilling speedboat ride or leisurely cruise.
Food and Drink in Loch Lomond
Scotland is a food lover’s heaven and, after building up an appetite exploring Loch Lomond, the Clyde Sea Lochs and the Trossachs you will appreciate some local fare.
While you can prepare home-cooked meals in the well-equipped kitchen at your Loch Lomond holiday lodge there will be times you want to eat out.
Choose from coffee, delicious cake and freshly made ice-cream to, tasty Scottish seafood and locally brewed ales and peaty malt whiskies.
Head to Balloch, at Loch Lomond Shores for the Farmer’s and Craft market held every weekend or for a special treat check out La Barca an award-winning tapas restaurant in Helensburgh.
The Last Word
A short drive from Glasgow, this spectacularly beautiful National Park is renowned for its; mountains, forests, crystal-clear lochs and.
There’s so much to see and do that many visitors return year after year and whether you want to tackle the West Highland Way walk, experience a Jet-Ski Safari or simply lie back in the warm bubbles of your inviting outdoor hot tub under some of the clearest skies in the land we know you’ll have a holiday to remember here.
Whatever your pleasure, a stay in a hot tub cottage in Loch Lomond offers something for everyone from historic sites to luxury spa treatments, seal spotting to golf, the region caters for all.
Plus, with late deals and special offers a hot tub break in Scotland could cost less than you think.