If you’ve ever fancied “Bagging a Munro” or just want to enjoy the majestic mountain scenery Loch Lomond Holiday Park is a perfect choice.
The park is peaceful enough for guests to feel they are away from the stresses of everyday life, has breath-taking views of the loch, yet has a wide range of amenities both onsite and within driving distance.
Ideal for couples, families, and groups of friends alike, with a selection of accommodation to suit all including 8 delightful lodges each boasting luxurious interiors, fantastic views and a rejuvenating hot tub.
Furnished to the highest standard these comfortable lodges are modern and spacious with luxurious touches to make your stay in the SouthernHighlands special. Some boast a sauna while others have the added bonus of a private outdoor hot tub there is even the facility to bring your own boat.
The 8 superior lodges onsite sleep from 4 to 8 people making them ideal for families or a get-together with friends.
Each boasts a stylish contemporary kitchen area with everything you need to prepare family feasts and they all have first-class entertainment systems.
With a dedicated walking area and plenty of outdoor space, Loch Lomond Holiday Park is definitely the ideal choice for those who don’t want to leave their canine companion at home when they go on holiday.
In this section, we take a look at Loch Lomond log cabin reviews along with checking out the properties and facilities. Also, what the surrounding area has to offer.
Perfect for larger families and groups this stunning pet-friendly holiday lodge with sauna has 4 bedrooms, each with modern en-suite, sleeping up to 8 people. Patio doors lead from the open-plan kitchen/living area to a large wraparound balcony with outstanding views, which can be enjoyed from the outdoor hot tub.
Decorated to the highest standard throughout this modern, light and airy lodge comprises of 3 bedrooms each with its own en-suite facilities. It benefits from a state-of-the-art multi-room sound system and some of the most breath-taking views you will ever see either from indoors or outside while relaxing in your own Jacuzzi.
Designed with comfort and style in mind this delightfully spacious lodge sleeps up to 4 and will allow 1 well-behaved dog. Double-glazed and fully central heated this beautiful property can be enjoyed at any time of year, imagine sipping a drink in the warm bubbles of your hot tub gazing at snow-capped mountains.
Overall rating - 93%
Location & surroundings - 93%
Helpfulness of staff - 89%
Value for money - 92%
A stunning set of lodges next to the River Fechlin, deep in the highlands. For a day out by car then try visiting the village of Fort Augustus or Inverness.View property
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Carsaig is situated in Port of Menteith. This holiday home has a garden, barbecue facilities, free WiFi and free private parking. The holiday home is equipped with 3 bedrooms, a TV and a fully equipped kitchen that provides guests with a dishwasher.View property
Located in the small village of Little Downham, this great cottage is ideal for a couple wanting a romantic break.View property
Whether you are wanting time to unwind on a romantic break or an action-packed holiday Loch Lomond Holiday Park has everything you could wish for all within easy reach.
Nature lovers flock to the Scottish Highlands every year in the hope of seeing some amazing creatures. The Southern Highlands are home to deer, eagles, red squirrels, falcons you may even be lucky enough to spot a pine marten or Scottish wildcat.
It isn’t only the wildlife which attracts visitors, of course. The outdoor pursuits and water sports in the area are top notch, from jet-skiing to mountaineering, kayaking to challenging mountain-bike trails and horse-riding there is something for all ages to enjoy.
Kids will love the Loch Lomond Aquarium, Blair Drummond Safari Park or a trip to the beach all of which are within driving distance of Loch Lomond and Glasgow is also nearby for those who would like a day shopping or eat at one of the many fine dining establishments the city is home too.
Of course, history is everywhere you turn in Bonnie Scotland and a day trip to Stirling Castle is a must for visitors to the area. Learn about Scotland’s chequered and sometimes violent history before returning to your sumptuous holiday base to unwind with a glass of something chilled under the stars.
The Scottish Highlands are unique, and one visit will never be enough to explore everything the region has to offer. That being said; staying at Loch Lomond Holiday Park will provide the perfect base to fill your break with activities and fascinating places to visit.
An all-year-round destination Loch Lomond’s scenery is magnificent whatever the season and these cosy, tastefully decorated lodges are the perfect places to curl up in front of the fire on a winter’s night.
Why not check the availability of a Christmas or New Year break that you will never forget?
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