Balloch Hotels

Balloch is a small town in Scotland moments away from Loch Lomond, an area continues to awe visitors. The loch is dotted by 38 Islands and the proximity of this area makes it perfect for a day trip. However those that wish to stay longer to explore the many scenic aspects of the region are luxuriously taken care of through the many Balloch hotels on offer, these range from comfortable bed and breakfast hotels to grand country estates set within their own majestic landscapes.

This is an extremely popular area and it gets especially crowded during the summer months, Balloch is a short walk from the southern tip of Loch Lomond and is a good transportation hub beside the River Leven. Two trains runs per hour from Glasgow and with the increase in low cost flights visitors from not only the UK but all over Europe arrive daily. It is easily accessible by car via the A82 and there are a profusion of bus services.

Balloch village is small enough to explore via foot and the Loch Lomond Shores complex is about 15 minutes away, this is the newest visitor attraction found on the shores of the loch and offers an extensive shopping mall hosting a variety of high street chains, boutique stores and a branch the prestigious Jenners department store. It is also home to a selection of cafes, pubs and trendy wine bars. The tourist information centre is found here as is a modern art show, seasonal amusements, a children's play park and the newest attraction is the Loch Lomond Aquarium.

The area offers much to do and see, the paddle steamer is open to the public most of the year hosting a small onboard shop and cafe and may be booked for private functions including weddings. Close by is the Duncan Mills Slipway a launching base for jet skis and power boats. The Balloch Castle and Country Park offers 200 acres of parkland and hosts the annual Dragon Boat race and music festivals, the centrepiece is Balloch Castle itself, surrounded by formal gardens, the walled garden and the Chinese garden. Balloch Hotel accommodation offers excellent locations providing easy access to local highlights and communication links besides hosting spectacular views.

Other local activities and attractions include the Birds of Prey Centre, home to a variety of hawks, eagles, falcons and owls, and outdoor enthusiasts may try canoeing or go mountain biking. The town offers a fine array of restaurants offering both local cuisines and international fare.

Balloch Hotels provide guests with a trip into indulgent luxury swathed in historic charm and exceptional location ensuring returns and memories of a lifetime.