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Loch Lomond Holiday Lets

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Self Catering holidays includes holiday lets at Loch Lomond Rowardennan Luxury Lodges. For a holiday on the quieter eastern shore of the loch, our holiday lets at Rowardennan provide a fantastic retreat for those who enjoy the outdoor life.

Nestling beneath Ben Lomond on the West Highland Way, the lodges are available for weekly holiday lets, or 3 and 4 night short breaks. Sleeps 4. Dogs welcome!


About Loch Lomond Holiday Lets

If you are looking for holiday lets on Loch Lomond, look no further than our holiday lodges at Rowardennan. We have 2 five-star luxury lodges, which sleep 4 each, situated on the east shore of Loch Lomond in the heart of the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park and nestles beneath the dramatic Ben Lomond. Our lodges are ideally located for a wealth of outdoor pursuits such as walking, fishing, boating and many more, but are equally perfect if you are looking for peace, tranquility and spectacular views.

This area is also part of the renowned West Highland Way and Rowardennan is a notable landmark on this famous route.

Lodges give the flexibility and convenience of self catering in luxury but on those occasions when you want someone else to do the cooking, you have the benefit of the cosy restaurant at the nearby Rowardennan Hotel which offers an excellent selection of traditional and contemporary dishes created from the finest local produce.

Available for weekly lets as well as 3 and 4 night short breaks (subject to availability).

Facilities within the luxury lodges include:

  •  Plasma TV
  •  DVD player
  •  Outside decking with barbeque area
  •  A great choice of take-away meals are available from the Clansman Bar for you to enjoy in the comfort of your lodge
  •  Boat launching and guest mooring (charges apply)

Places of Interest and things to do in and around our Loch Lomond holiday lets at Rowardennan Loch Lomond

There are lots of things to do and see within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.

  •  Climb Ben Lomond (most southerly Munro)
  •  Climb Conic Hill
  •  Fishing on Loch Lomond
  •  West Highland Way walks
  •  Cashel Native Forest Centre
  •  Boat trips on Loch Lomond
  •  Visit Glengoyne Distillery
  •  Golf at Buchanan Castle and Strathendrick golf courses
  •  Shop till you drop at Loch Lomond Shores
  •  Relax on the beach

How to Get Here
By car: From the south and the M74, follow the M8 through Glasgow to Exit 16, then follow the signs for Aberfoyle (A811). Drymen is just off the A811. To get to Rowardennan head for Drymen on the B858 just left off the A811 Stirling Road. In Drymen turn left onto the Balmaha Road the B837. After around 4 miles you come to Balmaha. The road then narrows and heads north for around 6 miles (watch for walkers, cyclists and oncoming traffic). You will then come to the Rowardennan Lodges on the left in the shadow of Ben Lomond. Just at the Rowardennan Hotel.

Check the AA Route Planner to plan your journey.

Current weather

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