Family Holidays by Loch Lomond
So, you’re bringing your clan to Loch Lomond and you need some family things to do nearby? Loch Lomond Waterfront is one of the few Scottish self-catering holidays that sits right on the water’s edge. Well, when we say on the water’s edge, our holiday lodges and chalets are set back at the entrance of our little Scottish holiday resort. As such they look down our 18-acres of private parkland onto the loch. So, your kids can run wild and play to their heart’s content, whilst you watch from the comfort of your own private lodge terrace… Or hot tub! Plus, we have our own private beach, complete with picnic tables for you to relax and enjoy. Whether you want to splash and paddle or launch a canoe or paddleboard, we have the perfect setup just for you.
Family-Friendly Lodges and Chalets
Our family-friendly accommodation at Loch Lomond Waterfront offers the perfect base for exploring Loch Lomond and The Trossachs. Our large 5-star lodges sleep up to 11 people, and if you’re looking for more space, two of our lodges interconnect. Infants stay free of charge, just ask for your cot or zed bed when booking. Some of our lodges are pet-friendly, so the whole family can join in the fun!
Located near Balmaha, on the shores of Loch Lonond. Enjoy comfortable, luxury family accommodation. Explore our large, secure grounds and relax on our own private beach. Collect some bird feed from reception and feed the ducks. Plus, most of our accommodation includes the use of your very own private hot tub.
Family Activities Loch Lomond
When you’re ready to explore, there are lots of family activities around Loch Lomond. Our beautiful part of Scotland is teaming with wildlife. This is a wonderful opportunity for the whole family to switch off, relax and get out in nature.
Explore our unique natural landscapes, taking in the lochs, rivers, forests and mountains. Whatever time of year you visit, there is something to see. Look out for golden eagles, osprey, kestrels, black grouse, ducks, geese and many other birds. As well as badgers, deer, red squirrels, pine marten and more. In the waters, you may spot seals, beavers, dolphins and whales. This is a great way for all ages to learn about Scotland’s spectacular wildlife and nature.
Take a short drive around the loch, or a water taxi across the loch to Balloch and Loch Lomond Shores. Here you will find a lochside designer shopping, a kids’ play area, the Sea Life Centre and the Bird of Prey Centre. Plus, you can hire paddleboards, canoes and boat trips at the beach for a fun-filled family day out on Loch Lomond. Finally, you can try your hand at adventure golf or take to the sky at Treezone.
Head 20 minutes north, towards Stirling and you will find a magnificent day out at Blair Drummond Safari Park. This really does make for a fabulous day out! Spend the morning watching sea lion shows, monkeys, and in the petting zoo, before embarking on the car ride through the lion’s den, monkey enclosures and wild plains. Plus, they have a superb adventure playground, boat rides to chimp island and you can take a walk back in time to the land of the dinosaurs. This really does make for an amazing day out! But please don’t take dogs. They are not allowed in the park, but kennels are provided at the entrance if needed.
If you have a head for heights, head over to Aberfoyle and Go Ape. Here you will find two of the longest zip slides in the UK. And this Scottish family attraction is situated at the David Marshal wildlife lodge. So, you can make for an educational trip, enjoy lunch, and then head off for a super walk in the forest.
From scenic walks and bike rides, exciting boat trips and thrilling outdoor adventures. Along with fascinating historical sites, ancient castles and top visitor attractions. You’ll never run out of things to do with the kids around Loch Lomond.