Visit Loch Lomond and the Trossachs
The wild and romantic beauty of Loch Lomond (and the nearby Trossachs ) – known collectively as Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, has attracted poets, writers, sightseers and visitors for many generations.
Since the early 19th century people have been travelling en mass to Loch Lomond for a day out from Glasgow which itself is a huge visitor attraction only 40 minutes away from the apartments). Just like the travellers today they enjoy not only some of the world’s most amazing scenery but also the peace and tranquility that Loch Lomond provides. Some 7 million people still lose themselves in the vast countryside and waters of Loch Lomond every year.
From the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond, the famous loch which now fall within the boundaries of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, to Helensburgh’s elegant promenades and the shipping heritage of the Clyde, celebrated throughout West Dunbartonshire, there is quite literally something to please every visitor here. And what a fantastic highland big country touring base, whether by car, cycle or motor bike, Loch Lomond is, with Oban and Inveraray, Stirling and Callander, and Glencoe Rannoch Moor and Fort William being well within a comfortable day trip.
Loch Lomond is a magical place and when you book your stay with us at Lomond Castle Apartments we will transport you to a uniquely relaxing and stunning state of mind, in a luxury, quiet, very romantic and contemporary loch side environment. With breathtaking scenery to thrill the heart and awaken the senses.
Our local information guide to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park
There is so much to see, do and enjoy, in Loch Lomond - and throughout the beautiful Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park region, even in the unlikely event of inclement weather !
For summaries of immediate weather forecasts and prospects for Loch Lomond, and outlooks for a further four to five days. – click here
And for a double ‘rain check’, often required these days - click here