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Tullie Inn
Balloch Road
Loch Lomond


G83 8SW | View map

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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 with well-appointed accommodation. Relax and enjoy your stay in one of our 12 newly refurbished bedrooms – 5 superior and 7 standard rooms. We also have 1 large family suite with double bedroom and bathroom and adjoining room with 2 single beds. All bedrooms are tastefully decorated and are fully fitted with all the modern conveniences the discerning traveller expects. Each room has hairdryer, television and tea and coffee making facilities. While staying at the Tullie Inn, you will start each morning with a hearty Scottish Breakfast. Whether visiting for a weekend away, a business stay or a midweek breakThe Tullie is perfectly positioned at the gateway to Scotland’s first national park The Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. The hotel's location makes it an excellent base from which to explore the unique beauty that Loch Lomond and the Trossachs have to offer. Easily accessible from Glasgow Airport, the Tullie Inn is very well situated on the main route between Glasgow, Stirling, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs. .


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