Holidays in Scotland for retired people
Retirement marks a new and important chapter in life. And for many, it’s an opportunity to travel and enjoy a newfound freedom. Away from the constraints of the working week, you can book longer holidays, and travel mid-week and out of season. Retirement holidays can be anything you want them to be. A chance to relax, discover new places, get active or spend time with loved ones. Loch Lomond Waterfront is the perfect destination for a retirement holiday in Scotland. Here’s why…
Loch Lomond Waterfront is a beautiful holiday lodge resort set on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond, surrounded by beauty and nature. If you’ve always wanted to explore this magnificent part of Scotland, now’s your chance! Located by the friendly village of Balmaha, the spectacular Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park is right on our doorstep. There are lots of local towns and villages to visit, and many wonderful things to see and do.
Space to relax
Our peaceful resort is set within 18 acres of exclusive grounds. There’s lots of space for walks, and we have our own private beach for relaxing, boating and swimming. In the summer months, our Perch cafe and restaurant serves up delicious brunches, lunches and homemade cakes. Our spacious lodges and chalets are suitable for 2 to 6 people, so you can travel as a couple or bring the family. Our resort is child-friendly and there’s space for the grandkids to run around. We have both pet-free and pet-friendly accommodation, so you can bring the dog along too!
Stay in the lap of luxury in one of our welcoming lodges or chalets. Our 5-star holiday homes offer high-end self-catering accommodation, creating a comfortable and luxurious home-from-home environment. They are extremely spacious, with everything you need for a relaxing stay. This includes your own private outdoor space with seating and a hot tub. If you are travelling with family and friends, you can also request interconnecting lodges.
There’s plenty of opportunity to stay active during a break at Loch Lomond Waterfront. Whether you enjoy walking and hiking, exploring historical sites, wildlife watching, shopping or playing golf, you’ll find all sorts to keep you entertained. Just getting outdoors, breathing in the fresh air and admiring our glorious Scottish scenery is good for the mind, body and soul.