Loch Lomond Cottages
Love Scotland? Then you'll love our Loch Lomond holiday homes, scattered along the shore of this mighty waterway. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs is one of only two national parks in Scotland, and features much of the country's most dramatic, untouched landscapes, making our Loch Lomond cottages a great choice for adventurers and romantics alike.
Let's begin on dry land. Whether mountaineering in one of Lomond's Munros, orienteering in the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, or cycling the Glen Loin loop, Loch Lomond is the ideal destination for outdoor adventure. Whether you choose to climb, walk or cycle, there are hundreds of routes available to you throughout the national park. Walkers of all experience levels will find their feet in Killin, which features trails of different lengths and difficulty levels. Cyclists meanwhile can choose between the long distances of Sustrans Cycle Route Seven and shorter, more intense mountain trails of twenty or so miles.
Love Scotland? You'll love a Loch Lomond holiday home!
Rent a holiday cottage near Loch Lomond and look forward to partaking in a range of watersports. The loch and its smaller neighbours - Loch Ard, Chon, Arklet and Kartrine to name a few - are suitable for many waterborne pursuits, including kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, waterskiing and fishing. Canoeists and kayakers can paddle on open-water lochs as well as rivers, whilst the vastness of Loch Lomond itself is the perfect place for windsurfers to hone their skills. If that's not for you, a Loch Lomond water bus trip is a great way to see the sights. Elsewhere, the plucky can have a go at wild swimming - provided they bring a wetsuit!
If you love Scotland, don't pass up the opportunity to rent a holiday home in the Loch Lomond National Park. With so much to see and do in the area, all that remains is to book your cottage and start planning your next adventure!