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Mackie Lodge, The Cruin, Loch Lomond: Mackie Lodge, The Cruin, Loch Lomond

Boutique style lodges allowing self catering stay. Located at the bank of Loch Lomond and within walking distance of the Cruin and Duck Bay,

Very friendly welcome from Stevie and his daughter Annabelle.

The lodge itself was well appointed with lovely master bedroom with roll top bath. Sky TV in bedroom and lounge. Kitchen was excellent even including a dishwasher. The shower in the master bedroom was fantastic.

We made use of the sofa bed for our daughter which had a memory mattress and was unbelievably comfortable.

Even wifi was provided allowing me to keep up with the footie scores.

Duck Bay Marina was only a 10 minute walk along Loch Lomond shore which was a lovely setting for a meal.

Attention to detail of the accommodation and friendly welcome.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Hiking and Walking, Sailing and Boating, Spa and Resort
  • Written June 29, 2010

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De Vere Cameron House Hotel: De Vere Cameron House Hotel

Although I spent only one night there, it was enough to appreciate the place.

This is one of those British hotels which leave you feeling like you are a Lord/Lady of the Manor. Or that you have somehow been brought back to the time of Thakeray, Jane Austen, and their fellow novelists....

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Written July 9, 2005
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Waters Edge Cottage: A warm and friendly welcome

Stayed for one night on our way to the Isle of Skye.

Very nice B&B. When we arrived and there were birds on the bird table and even rabbits on the lawn.

Great views of the Loch.

Nice four poster bed.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Family Travel
  • Written December 30, 2004
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Drovers Inn: Weird

Drovers Inn is a pub in Inverarnan at the north of the loch. They have B&B rooms for £60 ensuite with 4 poster beds. The pub itself is weird, with stuffed animals, and it looks like it hasnt been cleaned for years! an experience definately,

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written December 30, 2003
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Balloch


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Loch Lomond Youth hostel

It's a castle! Would you believe. The architecture on the outside is just amazing. YOu will have views over the lake, and it's in a very quiet environment. I saw a lil bunny hopping in front of my pathway as I rode my bike to the parking lot. Inside you will find budget accomodation, a large kitchen, an interesting quiet room with different architecture. Go for it!

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Castles and Palaces, Budget Travel, Backpacking
  • Written October 9, 2003
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Rowardennan Youth Hostel: Last stop before the wild

Right on the Bonnie Banks and the last stop on the West Highland Way before Inversnaid. This is an official SYHA hostel. As it is quite small, and the West Highland Way is a popular trek, probably advisable to book ahead (certainly in summer).

Although the 'official' road ends at the car park just past the Rowardennan Hotel, it is possible to drive along the private road to the hostel

The hostel (look closely) is situated above the light green patch in the mid bottom left of the picture, which was taken from Rowardennan pier.

Idyllic location.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Hiking and Walking
  • Written July 5, 2003
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Ben Lomond behind the hostel


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Rowardennan Hotel: Second Last Stop before the wild

By the loch on the East Shore this is the last place to eat or drink for some distance, being almost at the end of the road. Notable therefore as a stop off for walkers on the West Highland Way, the long distance footpath from Milngavie (above Glasgow) to Fort William. 13 rooms and definitely accomodation for the more well-heeled walker.

Bar meals around £7-8 for a main course - somewhat pricey but a captive and seasonal market.

Due to the garden at the bottom being in shadow, the picture does not really do the view justice, nor show just what a sunny hot day it was (note: weather definitely not guaranteed).

Location, location, location.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written July 5, 2003
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North over the Loch


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