Local attractions

Cities & towns

Scotland’s most interesting and vibrant cities and attractions are easy to get to from Loch Lomond Waterfront.

Glasgow – City of culture – 30 mins drive

Restaurants, Museums and Art Galleries, shopping, theatres, concerts & night life.

Edinburgh – Historic capital – 1 hour drive

Visit Edinburgh Castle, new town, Hollyrood Palace, Royal Yacht, Britannia, Zoo.

Stirling – City of Braveheart –  30 mins drive

Visit Stirling Castle, Wallace Monument, shopping and Blair Drummond Safari Park.

Perth – 1 hour drive

Palace of Scone, River Tay, shopping.

Auchterarder  – 45 mins drive

Gleneagles hotel and golf resort, gift shops and local scenic tours.

Crieff – Gateway to Highlands – 50 mins drive

Highland town and resort. Stuart Crystal gift shop, Drummond Castle Gardens, Famous Grouse distillery tour.

Callander – Gateway to the Trossachs – 30 mins drive

Loch Vennechar, Rob Roy Centre, Woollen Mills, Restaurants and gift shops. Falls of Lenny and Bracklin Falls.

Helensburgh – 30 mins drive

Elegant Town on the River Clyde. Waverley steamer, Hill House, Birth place of John Logie Baird, Faslane Nuclear Base, coffee shops and gift shops.

Luss and West Loch Lomond – 35 mins drive

Preservation village, steamer pier, visitor centre, coffee and gift shops. Loch Fyne Oyster bar, Inverary Castle, Town and Jail.

Historical and heritage sights

St Maha’s Well

Search hard for this ancient holy well on the moors above Milton. Great views of the Loch.

Rob Roy treasure hunt

Walk in the footsteps of our most famous local – ask at reception for our own tour of his haunts.

Glengoyne Distillery

One of the best and prettiest whisky distillerys in Scotland – fascinating, fun and delicious!

Sir Walter Scott, Loch Katrine

Take a trip on a Victorian treasure on a stunningly beautiful Loch.

The Waverley

It’s a bit further but a must do trip ‘Doon the Watter’ on the world’s oldest paddle boat.

Natural sights

Devils Pulpit, Croftamie

Gorge walking for the intrepid – but there’s often company.

Islands of Loch Lomond

Take a boat and take all day. Just stunning and so much history.

The Whangie

See where Rob Roy hid his stolen cattle – great views of Loch Lomond as well.

Duncryne Hill, Gartocharn

The best views for the least effort – 250ft high with enchanting views of all of Loch Lomond.

Bracklinn Falls, Callendar

Fascinating series of falls. Best when wet.

Sport and leisure

Buchanan Arms leisure club

With swimming pool, sauna and gymnasium – guest of ours can also enjoy preferential rates.

Buchanan Castle Golf Club and Driving Range

This well establish golf course is less than three miles away and our guests can benefit from preferential rates.

House of Bruar by Pitlochry  – 1hr 30mins

The best of Scottish food, quality clothing and designer gifts.

Jenners, Balloch

Yes our own local department store in the main tourist/retail Loch ‘Portal’