Loch Lomond and Trossachs

Being an area of Scotland is full of amazing geographical diversity, with such famous mountain and watery landscapes as The Trossachs and Loch Lomond it should come as no surprise that it also offers a rich mix of character holiday cottages, large and small to accommodate its many visitors. The Scottish National Park is one of the largest in Britain and home to 21 Munros including Ben Lomond, Ben Lui and two forest parks, Queen Elizabeth and Argyll, as well as many more special conservation sites. The outstanding landscape makes it very popular with walkers and nature lovers, and the West Highland Pass, with the Cobbler in the Arrochar Alpsattract, are most popular with serious trekkers. But you don’t have to be a seasoned hiker to enjoy this stunning region as there are plenty of relaxing walks around the lochs for all to enjoy.

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The National Park Visitors Centre at Loch Lomond has all the information you need as well as an aquarium and restaurants. If you would like to travel with Sir Walter Scott take a trip on the Loch on SS Sir Walter Scott.

To fully enjoy exploring this attractive region of Scotland there are some beautiful Highland cottages that will make a wonderful base for a memorable cottage holiday.