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Tel code: 01436 | code search
Postcode: G83 | code search
Population: 220
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Inverbeg Inn
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With its plumb location on the Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond, Luss is most fitting of its status as a conservation area, and is a must visit for anyone intent on discovering the marvels of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Renamed Glendarroch and brought to homes throughout the country, Luss was the setting for the rather uninspiring Scottish soap, Take The High Road, but it is easy to see why the producers would choose it as an idyllic snapshot of Scottish life. Over 200 species of bird, and more than a quarter of Britain’s plant species can be found in the immediate vicinity of Loch Lomond; little wonder why it is so popular with holidaymakers. Looking out to the loch, Ben Lomond dominates the horizon, while the more diminutive Conic Hill marks the Highland Boundary Fault, where the grassy verdure of the Lowlands gives way to the craggy, wilds of the Scottish Highlands – it’s spectacular stuff. Luss is an ideal venue for those keen to get a bit of peace and quiet – especially on the off season; it’s pier has launched a number of loch cruises, and the water taxi that embarks from Luss will take visitors to Balmaha or Balloch. Luss is accessible and pristine; and it is in Luss that Loch Lomond Golf Club hosts the Barclay’s open each summer, bringing some of the world’s finest golfing talent to the lochside course. For those addicted to commerce, Loch Lomond Shores is a massive retail park on the banks of the loch, and a chance to exercise the plastic in its many brand name stores. For those impatient children (and dads), distressed and in the advanced throes of shopping fatigue, the Sealife Aquarium will soon restore equilibrium, a suitably relaxing attraction in the most relaxed of surroundings.

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Loch Lomond Golf Club

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Inverbeg Holiday Park

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Inverbeg Inn

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Luss Primary School

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The Colquhoun Arms Hotel (0.09 miles)

The Colquhoun Arms Hotel

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The Colquhoun Arms is situated on the banks of Loch Lomond in the picturesque village of Luss, and offers 18 En-suite bedrooms. The hotel is now operating under new management and ... More

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Rowardennan Hotel (3.83 miles)

Rowardennan Hotel

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On the banks of Loch Lomond in the magnificent Queen Elizabeth Forest, this hotel has spectacular views of Ben Lomond, the loch and mountains to the north. Rowardennan Hotel is accessible, yet ... More

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Oak Tree Inn (4.08 miles)

Oak Tree Inn

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On the east shore of Loch Lomond, this charming family-run country inn is constructed from locally quarried slate and offers a perfect tranquil location for a romantic or relaxing break.
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The Carrick at Cameron House Luxury Lodges (4.44 miles)

The Carrick at Cameron House Luxury Lodges

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Experience relaxation at De Vere at any time of year through our uniquely flexible seasonal ownership scheme. When you're at a De Vere resort you'll feel relaxed, pampered and revitalised. ... More

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Cameron House Hotel on Loch Lomond (6.23 miles)

Cameron House Hotel on Loch Lomond
De Vere Hotel Cameron House on Loch Lomond is a stunning five star Scottish Baronial Mansion on the banks of Loch Lomond a perfectly located within Scotland’s first national park. An ideal base for those ... More | visit website
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Old School House (6.42 miles)

Old School House

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The Old School House, built in the late 18th Century, lies within the Loch Lomond National Park, less than a kilometre from the Loch. The spacious house and garden enjoy ... More

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Innkeeper's Lodge Loch Lomond (7.15 miles)

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** ALL OUR RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** Situated on the edge of Loch Lomond next to the Balloch House Vintage Inn, this lodge is surrounded by some of the country's most stunningly ... More | visit website
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Palombos of Balloch (7.21 miles)

Palombos of Balloch
Palombos bed and breakfast is also ideally situated to allow access to all the major attractions Loch Lomond has to offer such as Loch Lomond cruises, golfing and concerts to name a few. Our ... More | visit website
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Tullie Inn (7.29 miles)

Tullie Inn

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The Tullie Inn is a 12 bedroom inn in the heartland of Scotland facing one of Scotland's most famous lochs - Loch Lomond. The Tullie Inn offers excellent hospitality, together ... More

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Ashbank Bed & Breakfast (7.45 miles)

Ashbank Bed & Breakfast

Ashbank Bed and Breakfast is a family run B&B offering superior accommodation in the heart of the conservation village of Drymen. Ashbank was once the home of the famous Olympian Eric Liddell who's story was ... More | visit website

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