Accommodation Loch Lomond: 14 Stunning Options in/near Trossachs National Park

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There is no shortage of incredible locations throughout Scotland just waiting to be explored, and here at Voyaging Herbivore, we have a particular soft spot for Loch Lomond.

While Loch Ness may be the most famous (and mysterious!) loch in the Scottish region, Loch Lomond is arguably one of the most beautiful. It also happens to be adjacent to the exceptionally scenic Trossachs National Park.

Lovers of all things outdoorsy would be foolish not to pop this magical location onto their bucket list, and so, with that in mind, we look at the best Loch Lomond accommodation for your visit!

Accommodation Loch Lomond: 14 Stunning Options

You may think rural Scotland’s accommodation options must be few and far between, but think again! The ideal resort awaits….

1. Cameron House

Those looking for a lavish 5-star countryside manor with a side-order of Scottish hospitality are in for a treat with the stunning Balloch-based Cameron House.

Also, for visitors wanting accommodation that overlooks the sublime shores of Loch Lomond, this is the place for you. 

Facilities included:

  • Indoor swimming pool
  • 18-hole championship golf course
  • Exclusive spa and wellness & fitness centre
  • Egyptian cotton bed sheets
  • Flat-screen TV in each room
  • 4 restaurants
  • Tea & coffee facilities in each room
  • Free parking
  • Free WiFi
  • Bar
  • Excellent breakfast

2. Riverside Cottage (+ Hot Tub)

Think 5-star accommodation brimming with traditional Scottish hospitality and cosy log cabin vibes and you’ve got Kentra Cottage.

This self-catering cottage only sleeps two, making it ideal for a romantic weekend away with your special someone. 

Key Features:

  • Pet-friendly
  • Kitchen
  • Mountain view
  • Washing machine
  • Free WiFi
  • Garden
  • Dining area
  • Welcome hamper
  • Recently refurbished

3. The Oak Tree Inn

Sometimes the best way to enjoy the UK is by staying in an authentic stone-built inn, and the Oak Tree is the embodiment of British cosiness.

This lochside accommodation allows you to enjoy the rural charm of Loch Lomond with all the comforts of a traditional British pub, including a restaurant, a bar, a stone hearth, and a delightful beer garden.

Facilities included:

  • Free WiFi
  • Housekeeping
  • Free parking
  • On-site café/coffee shop

4. Lodge on Loch Lomond Hotel

Fun fact: although Loch Lomond is a loch (lake)- it has some incredible white sandy beaches that rival that of the Bahamas!

If you want to wake up every morning to these serene and swoon-worthy views, the Loch Lomond Hotel Lodge is the place to be. 

Facilities included:

  • Pet-friendly
  • Bar
  • Free WiFi
  • Spa
  • Restaurant
  • Private bathrooms
  • Massage/treatment rooms
  • Terrace
  • Garden 
  • Front desk
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Minibar

5. The Drymen Inn

Speaking of inns, The Drymen Inn, which can be found in the heart of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, looks like it wouldn’t be out of place in a sleepy coastal town somewhere in the south of England!

This black-and-white inn is surrounded by rolling hills and is ideal for a warm homecooked meal, while enjoying a dram of whisky by the log-burner fire, after a long day of exploring the countryside,

Facilities included:

  • Traditional full English/Scottish/Irish breakfast
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Free WiFi
  • Free parking
  • Restaurant
  • Bar

6. Buchanon Arms Hotel

If you fancy the prospect of one of the traditional aforementioned inns – but with the luxuries of a hotel (such as a health club and a pool) – welcome to the Buchanon Arms Hotel!

Rooms start at £75 per night, and being as the hotel is in the heart of Drymen village, you have the local amenities at your fingertips, as well as other gems to explore, such as Buchanon Castle, for those wanting to branch farther afield than Loch Lomond.

Facilities included:

  • Swimming pool
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Free WiFi
  • Room service
  • Housekeeping
  • Bar
  • Laundry

7. Rowardennan Cabin

Did somebody say cosy lochside cabin?!

Sip your morning coffee from the wooden deck of this stunning accommodation, while watching the waves of the loch rock to and fro, and gape in awe of the surrounding mountains.

Featuring two bedrooms and one bathroom, this cabin is ideal for a couples’ retreat – or just somewhere with a little extra room for a furry friend!

Facilities included:

  • Pet-friendly
  • Kitchen
  • Air-Con
  • Washing machine
  • Free WiFi
  • Deck/patio
  • Balcony
  • Garden

8. Duck Bay Marina Hotel

Accommodation overlooking Loch Lomond can get booked up pretty quick, so if that’s the case, the Duck Bay Marina Hotel is less than a 4-minute drive from the loch, and features all the hotel benefits you need after a long day of adventures!

Facilities included:

  • Restaurant
  • Breakfast included w/room
  • Free WiFi
  • Bar
  • Parking
  • Room service
  • Café/coffee shop
  • Housekeeping

9. Ben Bheula

If Scottish comfort is what you’re after, then Ben Bheula will more than suffice!

Located in the Argyll and Bute area, this spacious accommodation (which is a whole home) boasts superb mountain and loch views and is so cosy, you won’t want to leave!

Facilities included:

  • Kitchen
  • Garden & patio
  • Pets allowed
  • Barbecue facilities
  • Washing machine
  • Free WiFi
  • Free parking

10. Loch Lomond Hotel

Based in Ballach, a mere stone’s throw from Loch Lomond, this modern accommodation features comfy rooms and friendly staff, allowing you to indulge in the rural charm of the countryside with all the contemporary requirements you may have.

Facilities included:

  • Bar
  • Free parking
  • Free WiFi
  • Coffee shop
  • Snack bar/deli
  • Front desk
  • Terrace

11. Gleddoch Golf & Spa Resort

If 5-star lavishness and luxury coupled with Highland magic is your idea of the perfect getaway, we’d wager that Gleddoch Golf & Spa Resort is just the ticket.

This Langbank-based hotel is the epitome of plush and is ideal for romantic getaways, proposal locations, and honeymoons.

Facilities included:

  • Swimming pool
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Free WiFi
  • Spa
  • Golf course
  • Gym
  • Bar
  • Housekeeping
  • Restaurant
  • Room service
  • Laundry
  • 24/7 front desk

12. Loch Lomond Waterfront Lodges

Want to be more at one with nature than a hotel or inn can offer (but without facing those Highland winds whipping against a tent!)?

Based in Balmaha, these luxury lochside lodges allow for a more authentic experience, without sacrificing comfort, and feature all the cosy charm of a modern log cabin.

Facilities included:

  • Mountain and lochside views
  • Sun terrace
  • Garden
  • Free parking
  • Beachfront (including private beach area)
  • Free WiFi

13. Roslea Hall Hotel

Speaking of upscale resorts, the charming and sophisticated Roslea Hall Hotel can be found in Helensburgh, just a short drive away from John Muir Way, Hill House, Geilston Garden, and of course, Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park.

Facilities included:

  • Pet-friendly
  • Free WiFi
  • Bar
  • Free parking
  • Restaurant
  • 24/7 room service
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • 24/7 front desk

14. Inversnaid Bunkhouse

Okay, so the word ‘bunkhouse’ may not be overly appealing, but this fabulous hostel resides inside a former church (complete with stained glass windows!) and is a little more upmarket than your average hostel.

The Inversnaid Bunkhouse offers a mixture of twin, triple, double, and 5-person rooms, as well as a bar and a bistro that whips up some deeee-licious eats!

Facilities included:

  • Shared shower facilities
  • Buffet breakfast
  • Packed lunch (available on request)
  • Restaurant
  • Free WiFi
  • Free parking

Accommodation in Loch Lomond: FAQs

Is it worth staying in Loch Lomond?

Loch Lomond is an extremely scenic and beautiful part of the country, and those with a particular love for Mother Nature and the Great Outdoors will especially be in awe of this area.
There is enough to do for Loch Lomond to be a great holiday spot in the summertime, including water sports, hiking, wild camping, and more.

How long should you spend in Loch Lomond?

To fully experience the rural beauty of this neck of the woods, you should consider spending a minimum of 1-2 nights.

Do you need a car in Loch Lomond?

You can enjoy Loch Lomond with or without a vehicle, depending on the type of trip you desire. You can certainly enjoy the area on foot, as well as via car or bicycle. 
It is possible to get to Loch Lomond without hiring a car too, as there are public transport routes to do so.

Where is the best place to see Loch Lomond?

There certainly isn’t any shortage of vantage points to get a killer view of Loch Lomond, some of which include:
– Loch Voil
– Ben Lomond Viewing Shelter
– Loch Lubnaig
– An Ceann Mór
– Falls of Fallach

Stag do accommodation Loch Lomond?

Loch Lomond is a well-loved stag and hen spot for parties looking for an outdoor adventure to celebrate an upcoming wedding, and as well as the accommodation options mentioned within this blog, there are ample Airbnb choices.

Where to stay when visiting Loch Lomond?

As well as the aforementioned choices, other Loch Lomond places to stay can be found at Booking.com, Vrbo, Expedia, and Hotels.com.

Can you walk around Loch Lomond?

Yes, Loch Lomond is suitable for all levels of walking/fitness. As well as mountain/hill climbing, visitors can stroll around the loch and the National Park.


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