Group of holiday lodges near Loch Lomond sleeping up to 54 with private hot tubs, for multi generational family groups, friends and cyclists
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. Westertonhill Holiday Lodges, Balloch, Loch Lomond, Scotland, sleeps 2 - 54 in 27 bedrooms.
Westertonhill Holiday Lodges sleep up to 54 guests in 8 lodges:
3 lodges sleep 8 guests (plus sofa bed for additional guests)
5 lodges sleep 6 guests (plus a sofa bed for additional guests)
Available with exclusive use of the whole steading, or a few lodges to suit your group
This newly developed steading style complex of holiday cottages near Loch Lomond is a great choice for an extended family holiday or a reunion with a group of friends to mark a big birthday or anniversary. What better destination for exploring the beautiful surrounding countryside and picturesque villages along the shores of Loch Lomond and to take full advantage of the hiking and cycling opportunities on the National Number 7 Cycle Route between Balloch and Drymen. And its not too far from Glasgow either.
Whether opting for the sleeps 8 or sleeps 6 lodges, living accommodation is spacious, modern and very comfortable. Well equipped kitchens have everything for group cooking and sociable inside dining rooms with oak tables to eat together. Each has its own barbecue area, a great focal point and making the most of the fantastic private patio areas with gazebo and bar style seating. Relax in the canopied hot tub bubbles and enjoy the pretty views while the others prepare supper.
Bedrooms are a combination of kings, twins and doubles, stylishly designed, some with en suites. The smaller lodges are single storey and the larger lodges have 1 ground floor bedroom and shower room, important for anyone less mobile. Bathroom facilities with contemporary fixtures and fittings are plentiful.
Balloch has been described as the gateway to Loch Lomond and The Trossachs, with visitor attractions, watersports and cruise boat opportunities for the spectacular trip along the Loch. For thrill seekers, book a flight on the seaplane for breathtaking views of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park or opt for the speedboat tour from Luss Pier. For historians, Stirling Castle is 50 minutes from Balloch, famed for being the childhood home of Mary Queen of Scots and the setting for the murder of the Earl of Douglas by James II. Edinburgh is 90 minutes away and Oban and Fort William 2 hours away.