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Lomond House

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs, Scotland

Highlights

  • Accommodates up to 26 guests
  • Perfectly nestled in-between Glasgow and Edinburgh.
  • Perfect for Family Gatherings and Groups of Friends

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs, Scotland

13 individually designed bedrooms

Private residence of Contemporary Scottish artist Stuart & Nikki McAlpine Mille

Property overview

Lomond House is truly unique and special property, combining magnificent turrets, towers and historic grandeur with strikingly modern interiors and beautiful contemporary art. The castle can host up to 26 people with 13 luxurious bedrooms and great amenities including a games room and its very own bar. Lomond House was built in 1835 by famous architect William Burn. In the late 19th Century the house was destroyed by a fire. It was recast and enlarged in the early 20th century in the Baronial style. During the Second World War Lomond House was recommissioned as a hospital for injured Norwegian soldiers. In more recent years the house has been a hotel, a B&B and a private family home.

Accommodation

Relax in luxurious surroundings, enjoy the fabulous games room with its own whisky and gin bar, discover your inner rock god with the in-house drum kit or feel like a movie star in the glamorous dining room, complete with bespoke dining chairs featuring the artist owner’s work from The Savoy in London. The 13 elegant bedrooms offer spectacular views and contemporary bathrooms and offer flexible arrangements ideal for groups and families. Lomond House is a perfect mix of contemporary cool and historic charm, and when combined with its stunning setting and easy access from both Edinburgh and Glasgow, it truly is one of the most spectacular residences in this most beautiful of regions.

Location

Loch Lomond is mainland Britain's largest lake and, after Loch Ness, the most famous of Scotland's lochs. Its proximity to Glasgow (20 miles away) means that the tourist honey pots of Balloch and Luss get crowded in summer. The eastern shore, which is followed by the West Highland Way long-distance footpath, is quieter and offers a better chance to appreciate the loch away from the busy main road. Loch Lomond straddles the Highland border. The southern part is broad and island-studded, fringed by woods and Lowland meadows. However, north of Luss the loch narrows, occupying a deep trench gouged out by glaciers during the Ice Age, with 900m mountains crowding either side.

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Lomond House

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs, Scotland

Highlights

  • Accommodates up to 26 guests
  • Perfectly nestled in-between Glasgow and Edinburgh.
  • Perfect for Family Gatherings and Groups of Friends

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs, Scotland

13 individually designed bedrooms

Private residence of Contemporary Scottish artist Stuart & Nikki McAlpine Mille

Property overview

Lomond House is truly unique and special property, combining magnificent turrets, towers and historic grandeur with strikingly modern interiors and beautiful contemporary art. The castle can host up to 26 people with 13 luxurious bedrooms and great amenities including a games room and its very own bar. Lomond House was built in 1835 by famous architect William Burn. In the late 19th Century the house was destroyed by a fire. It was recast and enlarged in the early 20th century in the Baronial style. During the Second World War Lomond House was recommissioned as a hospital for injured Norwegian soldiers. In more recent years the house has been a hotel, a B&B and a private family home.

Accommodation

Relax in luxurious surroundings, enjoy the fabulous games room with its own whisky and gin bar, discover your inner rock god with the in-house drum kit or feel like a movie star in the glamorous dining room, complete with bespoke dining chairs featuring the artist owner’s work from The Savoy in London. The 13 elegant bedrooms offer spectacular views and contemporary bathrooms and offer flexible arrangements ideal for groups and families. Lomond House is a perfect mix of contemporary cool and historic charm, and when combined with its stunning setting and easy access from both Edinburgh and Glasgow, it truly is one of the most spectacular residences in this most beautiful of regions.

Location

Loch Lomond is mainland Britain's largest lake and, after Loch Ness, the most famous of Scotland's lochs. Its proximity to Glasgow (20 miles away) means that the tourist honey pots of Balloch and Luss get crowded in summer. The eastern shore, which is followed by the West Highland Way long-distance footpath, is quieter and offers a better chance to appreciate the loch away from the busy main road. Loch Lomond straddles the Highland border. The southern part is broad and island-studded, fringed by woods and Lowland meadows. However, north of Luss the loch narrows, occupying a deep trench gouged out by glaciers during the Ice Age, with 900m mountains crowding either side.

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