Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond is a huge body of water, the biggest lake in Great Britain in some of the finest surroundings, added interest coming from the 30 islands it contains, some of them accessible by ferries from surrounding settlements... Read More

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Buchanan Arms Hotel & Leisure Club

Buchanan Arms Hotel & Leisure Club

Standing in the heart of the picturesque conservation village of Drymen, this former coaching inn really soaks up the mood of the beautiful surrounding countryside and nearby Loch Lomond. One of the finest and most popular ... More | Double Room: From 50 | visit website

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Black Bull Hotel

Black Bull Hotel

Nestling quietly in the picture postcard village of Killearn, the Black Bull is a little gem - a small, intimate family run Scottish inn style hotel of considerable character and charm, big on hospitality, great ... More | Double Room: 55 | visit website

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Winnock Hotel

Winnock Hotel

The Winnock Hotel surrounds the pretty village in the centre of Drymen, on the east side of Loch Lomond. It is superbly situated for everyone to enjoy exploring the byways, lochs and beautiful rustic countryside ... More | Double Room: 139 | visit website

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Culcreuch Castle Hotel and Country Park

Culcreuch Castle Hotel and Country Park

The ancestral home of Clan Galbraith, 700 year old Culcreuch Castle warmly welcomes friends from all over the world to relax in one of the most romantic and historic Castles in the UK.

As the centrepiece ... More | Double Room: From 102 - 190 | visit website

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