Elegant family holiday house by Loch Katrine sleeping 12 for celebrations, reunions and walking or fishing trips
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. Stronachlachar Lodge, Loch Katrine, Stirlingshire, sleeps 6 - 12 in 6 bedrooms.
Stronachlachar Lodge, a large holiday house in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, has a truly idyllic location on the shores of Loch Katrine. It's a fantastic choice for multi generation families or groups of friends to get together for a special reunion. Special interest groups including fishermen, walkers and cyclists might head to Stronachlachar to make the most of the great outdoors in a wonderful setting. The lodge is on the pier at Stronachlachar from where the Sir Walter Scott Steamship departs daily.
The living accommodation has been designed to create warm and cosy yet elegant spaces with modern conveniences including a well equipped kitchen diner with range, dishwasher, washing machine, dryer and dining table for 12. The lounge is a lovely room to relax in after supper with comfy sofas and a wood burning stove. Enjoy a game of pool in the games room before settling down for a good night's sleep in one of the 6 bedrooms.
There are 2 gardens at Stronachlachar Lodge. The lower garden has access to the waterfront and jetty but with fenced frontage for safety. The upper and lower gardens have large grassed areas for games of football and exercising the dog as well as picnic benches and areas for outside dining. The loch views are amazing.
The bedrooms are across 2 floors accessed from the large entrance hall via an impressive staircase. A combination of doubles and 2 twins with room for a cot works well. 1 bedroom has an en suite bathroom and there are plenty of additional shared facilities.
There are hiking and cycling routes from the door around the loch finished off by some food and a pint at the Pier Cafe. Loch Ard is close by for fishing and the Loch and Sculpture Trail just 10 minutes. A cruise on the steamship is an absolute must exploring the beauty of Loch Katrine while listening to the fascinating commentary from local experts and learning how the loch inspired Sir Walter Scott's poem "The Lady Of The Lake". A holiday in Scotland wouldn't be complete without a distillery tour - head to Glengoyne, just 45 minutes away and known to be the favourite whisky of the late Queen Mother. There really is something for everyone to enjoy including championship golf courses and water sports in the vicinity.