14 Lomond Castle Tourist Attractions
Balloch is a charming village on the south-west shores of Loch Lomond. Take in the breathtaking scenery of the bonnie banks then decide what to do. The options are plentiful from exhilarating watersports like jet-skiing and kayaking, exploring islands on a loch cruise and walking forest trails. Visit Loch Lomond Shores for shopping and enjoy great food and drink in one of the top class restaurants. Packed with an array of family activities - why not enjoy sealife, birdwatching, segway safaris, horse riding and cycling.
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Delicious food with spectacular views. The Cameron House Hotel has four restaurants, each with its own unique character, all with the same excellent service you’d expect from a five-star resort. From the nautically themed The Boathouse to the Michelin-starred Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond, there is dining to suit everyone. Also visit the Great Scots Bar and enjoy a drink while admiring the views over the loch.
The Cruin is a family owned venue on the banks of Loch Lomond. With stunning views of Ben Lomond and across the loch to Inchmurrin Island it is a venue for special celebrations, weddings and events.
Duck Bay Hotel & Marina
Duck Bay serves a selection of meals all day long including breakfast, morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner. Also enjoy alfresco dining in the beautiful terrace areas served by the "Jetty Bar" and take in the spectacular views.
Boating and Cruising
Boat hire and cruising on Loch Lomond offers various types of craft from rowing boats to speedboats and cruisers. A fabulous way to explore Loch Lomond. Loch Goil Cruisers offers full safety equipment provided and no experience necessary Why not try some fishing? Rods and tackle also available for hire. The area has plenty of wildlife; seals, cormorants, gannets, herons, eider ducks and oystercatchers.
Cycling in Loch Lomond offers great safe cycling routes and paths to suit all levels of enthusiast. A great way to enjoy the lovely scenery, have fun and get fit !
Blair Drummond Safari & Adventure Park
Located approximately 4 miles from Stirling on the A84 but is still fairly close to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs. A major attraction in Central Scotland, the Safari Park is set in 120 acres of lush woodland From the Drive through Wild Animal Reserves to the adventure playground, there is plenty of fun and excitement for all the family.
Loch Lomond Shores shopping
This chic lochside mall includes shops such as Jenners- selling designer goods alongside various top notch boutiques and a department store, plus cafes and kids' play area.
Loch Lomond Sea Life Aquarium
Explore an fascinating underwater world and take an exciting journey from the Loch Lomond shores to the ocean depths through 7 themed zones, including the Tropical Ocean Tunnel. View over 5000 creatures, including Scotland’s only Giant Green Sea Turtle, the largest collection of sharks in Scotland and a cute family of otters. Includes an observation Deck for unrivalled views of Loch Lomond and a cafe. Open all year round.