Luxury Glamping Pods in Loch Lomond

Discover the raw beauty of Loch Lomond

Quirky Accommodation in Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park

Surrounded by beautiful Scottish countryside, with lochs and mountains dazzling in the distance, these luxury Glamping Pods are the perfect hideaway for those wishing to explore the stunning simplicity of nature without compromising on comfort or the special touches that can make a getaway so memorable.  With hot bubbling tubs and private decks you can relax and switch off, or head our for a day of hiking, biking, golf or water sports in one of the most stunning parts of Scotland.

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Activities for all the family

Loch Lomond Whiskey Tours

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Buchanan Castle

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Offering some of the most spectacular scenery in the UK, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park has inspired visitors the world over. Packed with fascinating places to explore and hidden gems to discover, there is a magical feeling about the region leaving visitors eager to return time and time again. As houses turn into hills, and motorways turn into valleys, an increasing sense of tranquillity descends, during your approach to Lomond Luxury Lodges.

Set in expansive, leafy grounds, the site benefits from the beautiful natural surroundings of the Campsie Fells and the gentle waters of Loch Lomond, with an a array of amazing tourist attractions all just a stone’s throw away.

Whilst your private hot tub and comfy interiors will undoubtedly leave you wanting to snuggle up in your lodge, whether hiker or biker, there is plenty on offer to encourage you to get out and explore the great outdoors and have listed some of our favourite spots below:

Known as ‘The Dumpling’, Duncryne Hill Walk is a relatively easy walk which leads to some truly impressive views to the north of Loch Lomond towards the mountains.

Connic Hill is another popular walk in the area but is best suited to more avid walkers as the climb is a little more demanding. Those who attempt the climb will be rewarded with amazing, elevated views over the Loch and its islands. You can even treat yourself to some much needed refreshments at the Oak Tree Inn which serves hearty pub favourites as well as delicious ice creams.

Just a short distance from your holiday accommodation is Ben Lomond which gives you the opportunity to ‘bag a Munro’, a popular Scottish pastime where walkers challenge themselves to climb as many of the peaks as they can.  There are also many cycling routes for families and expert riders to explore the Trossachs, from easy, flat tracks to mountain crossing routes.

For those of you who would rather take to the water and experience the magic of the Lochs, there are a wide range of water activities on offer. Just a short drive south of the lodges, Loch Lomond Leisure boasts a wealth of activities led by experts. Try your hand at kayaking or stand up paddle boarding or enjoy a selection of boat tours around the loch where you can take in the sights whilst treating yourself to a delicious meal or a glass of your favourite tipple. 

In Your Element, can also help you find ways to get your adrenalin pumping and indulge your adventurous streak with axe-throwing, gorge walks or swinging through the treetops in Treezone.

For a more easy going hop around the islands, Cruise Loch Lomond can take you on a gentle journey to the surrounding islands and villages giving you the opportunity to jump on and off for day out at Inversnaid Falls or the beautiful conservation village of Luss.

The little ones can also enjoy all the joys of the water and its wildlife at the Sealife Centre Loch Lomond. Families can take a journey through the tropical reef and see a variety of species including seahorses, otters and even sharks along the way.

The home of the Sealife Centre, Loch Lomond Shores, also offers a variety of other leisure activities from The Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre to The Loch Lomond Shores Express which is fantastic fun for the kids. For those in need of some retail therapy the Shores is host to a number of high street brands as well as independent and boutique stores where you can find some Scottish keepsakes from your trip. There are also plenty of refreshments in store from the Jurassic Grill and Ice Bar to Café Zest which offers you beautiful views alongside your lunch. 

When your busy day draws to a close and you’re ready to feast on a hearty evening meal there are lots of eateries in and around Loch Lomond, with several just a short drive from the lodges, or even a scenic walk if you're in the mood. The Clachan Inn in Drymen is less than 5 minutes away and offers a warm welcome to all its visitors. As one of the oldest (if not THE oldest) licensed pub in Scotland with a history of Scottish heroes, it promises a truly cosy ambience and a delicious menu. 

The But & Ben is an even shorter distance away , you can enjoy a walk there in 20 minutes if the weather permits. This family run café in the village of Croftamie, serves a tasty range of homemade food from breakfast pancakes to fish and chips. 

The Old Mill Killearn is a beautiful old pub which you can get to in less than 10 minutes. With a passion for providing local, seasonal and sustainably sourced food, they offer a menu of modern classics in a warm and friendly environment.

So, whether you’re a foodie, a hiker, an adventurer or you’re just looking to get out into nature and switch off, Loch Lomond has everything you need to plan the perfect getaway. For more ideas on what to do during your trip, visit our Activities Page.

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