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Top tips for finding the perfect Loch Lomond hotel
Exploring all that Loch Lomond has to offer is easier with a car. Be sure to check with your hotel, especially in smaller villages, that there is allocated hotel parking so you won’t have to carry your bags too far between your car and the accommodation.
If you want a bit of culture and the chance to attend local events, book into a hotel in Balloch, such as the Waterhouse Inn. From here, you are an easy walk from Balloch Castle and the Farmer’s Market in Loch Lomond Shores in Balloch.
Travelling to Loch Lomond with kids? Book your stay at a hotel in Balloch, close to the Treezone Loch Lomond, where the whole family can enjoy some treetop zip-lining activities. Here, you’ll also find the Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Loch Lomond
Walkers visiting the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park will be spoilt for choice where walking routes are concerned. Consider booking a hotel with easy access to some of these trails. The Clachan Inn is based on the Rob Roy Way and is also just a short walk from Loch Lomond. Another option here is The Winnock Hotel, Sure Hotel Collection by Best Western. For travellers interested in climbing, why not book into the Rowardennan Hotel, located at the foot of Ben Lomond.
There is no shortage of natural beauty around Loch Lomond with its magnificent scenery and sandy beaches. Consider going eco-friendly and book into the Duck Bay Hotel on the western edge of Loch Lomond. Its rooms boast outstanding views of both the Loch and the Arden Hills. An alternative option in the area is the Inn on Loch Lomond, a traditional Scottish inn nestled between the waters and the mountains, where you can lose yourself in the rugged beauty of your surroundings.
For a luxury getaway consider basing yourself at Cameron House on the shores of Loch Lomond. Complete with its own spa and beautiful views of the water, this is an ideal place to unwind. Alternatively, think about staying at the Loch Lomond Arms Hotel in Luss on the western bank of the Loch. Whether you choose to stay in one of their suites or rooms, you will be able to take advantage of all the activities on offer at the hotel.
Get away from everyday life and find an idyllic hotel near Loch Lomond, such as the Arrochar Hotel, for a romantic weekend. This hotel is situated between Loch Lomond and Loch Long and provides a tranquil escape with nearby forest walks and peaceful views. Another great option for a romantic getaway is The Lodge on Loch Lomond. It has its very own lochside beach set against the mountains behind it, and if you fancy a swim, the hotel's indoor pool is an obvious choice. If you feel more adventurous, however, it also provides you with the opportunity to take a swim in the loch off one of the piers.
Where to stay in Loch Lomond?
Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Loch Lomond by showing you the exact location of each hotel.