Getting to Loch Lomond
Loch Lomond is a stunningly beautiful part of Scotland. It’s the place where the Highlands meets the Lowlands, and therefore a perfect base for exploring both sides of our amazing country. Tranquil and serene, yet very accessible from around the world. So if you’re planning a holiday to Loch Lomond, here’s our guide to getting here easily…
Loch Lomond Waterfront accommodation
Our luxury holiday resort sits on the waterfront, on the quiet east side of Loch Lomond, near Balmaha village. Located on 18 acres of exclusive grounds, we have 11 five-star self-catering lodges and chalets, each sleeping up to six people. We also offer three glamping shepherd’s huts, each with a double bed, small kitchenette and private bathroom. The Loch Lomond area is well-connected and it’s easy to reach our peaceful location by air, rail or road.
Where to find us: Loch Lomond Waterfront, Main Rd, Balmaha, Stirlingshire, G63 0JQ – Scotland, UK
Getting here from around the UK
- By car – use our postcode G63 0JQ for sat nav directions. Get directions.
- By train – our closest train station is Balloch (12 miles). From Balloch, you can take a 20-minute bus to Balmaha or a taxi straight to our resort.
- By plane – our closest airport is Glasgow (26 miles). Flights are available to Glasgow from other UK cities, including London, Birmingham and Belfast. We are a 40-minute drive from Glasgow Airport and car hire is available. Arranging car hire or airport transfers in advance could save time and money.
Getting here from Europe
The best way to get here from Europe is to fly. Our two closest international airports are Glasgow (26 miles) and Edinburgh (57 miles). Flights are available from European cities such as Dublin, Paris and Amsterdam. From Glasgow or Edinburgh airport, you can hire a car or book taxi transfers to your accommodation – arranging this in advance may be more cost-effective.
Getting here from across the world
Getting to Loch Lomond is easy by plane. Our two closest international airports are Glasgow (26 miles) and Edinburgh (57 miles). Long-distance routes usually require a change at London, Amsterdam or another major hub. From Glasgow or Edinburgh airport, you can hire a car or book taxi transfers to your accommodation – arranging this in advance may be more cost-effective.
So, as you can see, getting to Loch Lomond is simple! Once here, you can get around the area by car, hire car or public transport. Please ask if you need any help or directions. We can also recommend guided tours and day trips, to help you see more of Scotland during your stay.Get in touch