A short distance from the southern tip of Loch Lomond, you will find Loch Lomond Luxury Treehouse. A stunning, private two person wooden house built into a tree overlooking a mature, magical garden. Unlike any wooden garden house you have seen before this is cosy and luxurious indoors, and just as welcoming outdoors with its comfortable seating, toasty wood burning stove and mood lighting. It can be made up with two single beds or a kingsize bed. Dogs are very welcome.
“Wow where to start!? This is the best getaway stay me and my boyfriend have ever been to! I took him here for his birthday for 2 nights (one night is just not enough!) We said we would definitely book up again. The tree house is cute cosy and romantic! Kais a great host who has thought of everything! The fluffy robes (great for night time at the woodburner), fluffy blankets, hairdryer, shampoo, conditioner and body wash already there for you. The honesty store is great uts stocked with bbq utensils ive buckets, ice, cans of juove, fresh juove, crisps chocolate ect (i would take change with you though as you put your money in a letterbox. The bed is the mist comfortable thing we have slept on! The fair lights around the tree house is a lovely touch as well and the fridge as big enough to hold my food for the whole 2 days. We ordered from the local chinese takeaway (Pirin?) Definitely worth ordering from! You would not be disappointed booking here!”
Beautifully presented two bedroom luxury loft apartment in the historic Gourock Ropeworks Building. The apartment is situated on the 5th floor, allowing access to stunning views across the River Clyde and beyond. The apartment is superbly situated for easy access to a wide variety of Scotlands Famous and Historic locations and is within easy travel distance from Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, access to the West Highland Way, Glasgow City Centre, Edinburgh and Ferry Terminals.
“From the very start of the booking process the communication from the host, Marc, was spot on. It was easy to find and check-in. I wanted a quirky place to stay to suit adults and teenagers, and this fitted the bill. It was large enough to spread out and relax. Clean, warm, interesting interior. Great transport links. Supermarkets on the doorstep, plus an interesting riverside walk.”
Old Mill Cottage is a detached riverside property located in the quiet village of Croftamie on the edge of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. This charming cottage has been finished to a high standard and enjoys lovely views over rolling fields. The spacious decking area overlooks the river "Catter Burn" and is an ideal vantage point for watching the abundance of local wildlife. As an added bonus, free riverside fishing is available from within the grounds of the cottage and there is direct access onto open fields. Super Kingsize Bedroom with ensuite shower room, double room with ensuite shower room and Twin Room with separate private bathroom . Local amenities are available in Croftamie, including a pub renowned for its delicious food and a number of small shops. About the local area The surrounding area is well known for its pretty villages and excellent choice of shops, pubs and restaurants. Leisure facilities can be found within a three mile radius of the property. The area is also renowned for its abundance of walking and cycling trails - the perfect way to unwind and to immerse oneself in this most scenic of Scottish regions. Loch Lomond, one of the great lochs of Scotland, is only 7 miles away at Balmaha. A variety of boat trips across and around this majestic stretch of water are available and it is also possible to hire a boat/kayak or buy a fishing permit for the day. The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park offers plenty of hill walking, ranging from a brisk ramble to more serious Munro "bagging". Golfers are also well catered for as there are numerous golf courses in the area. Balloch (just 9 miles from the property) is the home to the National Park Gateway Centre and the Loch Lomaond Shores and a Sea- life centre. Stirlingshire has a number of historic sites - Stirling Castle for example - and all within easy reach. By way of change of scene, it is possible to catch a train from Milngavie to the great city of Glasgow and its wonderful choice of amenities; its retail facilities are second to none and its cultural facilities enjoy an international reputation. Old Mill & River Cottage enjoy a peaceful location, idyllic for relaxing and enjoy the countryside and an excellent base to explore further a field. Things to do nearby Buchanan Castle Golf Club One of Scotland’s hidden golfing gems, Buchanan Castle Golf Club is set in the beautiful surroundings of the Scottish Highlands. Read more about Buchanan Castle Golf Club Biking in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park Explore Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park on one of the many excellent routes. Read more about Biking in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park Ross Priory Golf Club This modest 9 hole course is set in the beautiful grounds of the Ross Priory country house. If you are looking for something enjoyable and not too testing then this is for you! Vale of Leven Golf Club Boasting wonderful views over Loch Lomond and Ben Lomon, Vale of Leven is a terrific 18 hole course that is ideal for the more experienced player. Duncryne Equestrian and Trekking Centre Located near Loch Lomond, Duncryne combines helpful staff and brilliant views for a truly wonderful trek. Contact(phone number hidden) Lomonside Stud and Equestrian Centre Lomonside Stud and Equestrian Centre is located on the outskirts of Drymen and is perfect if you are looking for something a little more professional and off the beaten track. Ben Lomond This famous Scottish mountain is one of the most climbed hills in Scotland and provides absolutely stunning views from its summit. Read more about Ben Lomond Ben Arthur Better known as ‘The Cobbler', Ben Arthur is an extremely popular Scottish mountain well known for its wonderful views. It can be climbed in approximately four hours. Three Lochs Way The Three Lochs Way is a gentle yet time consuming walk, spread over three to four days. Read more about Three Lochs Way
“Vicki and Daisy were lovely! Their home is AMAZING, there is a small water fall and a beautiful padio just outside. Their chickens roam around on the lawn, giving the home a farm house feel. There is a sweet dog and cat who will love you to pieces. The breakfast was incredible... with fresh chicken eggs!! The house and decor is straight out of a country cottage magazine. Our bedroom was warm and cozy. So clean, so chic, the beds were super comfy, and the bathtub was so relaxing. Vicki was a great guide, and her friend Gregor was helpful getting us around.”