Lomond Lakehouse - Private Rentals - Adams & Butler

Lomond Lakehouse

Stuckgowan, Scotland

Highlights

  • Accommodates up to 17 guests
  • Great location to explore Loch Lomond National Park
  • Perfect for Family Gatherings and Groups of Friends

Stuckgowan, Scotland

Beautiful scenery of Loch Lomond

9 individual designed bedrooms

Property overview

Lomond Lakehouse dates from before 1820 and was built with elegant lancet windows and arched doorways as Gothic and Norman references but above all with grace and balance. Brought into the 21st century with gorgeous, carefully detailed renovations with stunning views of Loch Lomond. The 9-bedroom house is ideal for group of friends or big families looing to explore the hidden gems of Scotland.

Accommodation

There is also a study, a gym, a snooker table and a host of other thoughtful details to make your stay in this unmatched location incredible and incredibly convenient. The snug is a comfortable room looking out to the gardens and the Loch with games, TV and a telescope to watch the stars at night. The 9-bedroom house is ideal for group of friends or big families looking to explore the hidden gems of Scotland. The outdoor space offers a large terrace with outside dining and a 7-seater hot tub. A stunning, relaxing location in which to take in the surroundings of Loch Lomond and excellent access to venture further to other parts of Scotland.

Location

Loch Lomond is one of Scotland's most beautiful and iconic places. It was even the inspiration behind a love song that people in Scotland sing at several special occasions, usually at the end of a merry night out. The mesmerising loch lies in the heart of the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, where you'll be surrounded by charming villages, rolling countryside, hills and some truly wonderful activities. Take a cruise on the waters and admire the mighty bulk of Ben Lomond, Scotland's most southerly Munro, as well as the jagged shoulders of the Arrochar Alps. You could maybe even visit one of the loch's 30 islands. At the southern end of the water is Loch Lomond Shores, surely one of the most beautifully situated shopping destinations in Britain. You can browse famous Scottish brands, and pick up some fine local fare. If you agree that there is nothing more pleasant than an afternoon on the water in a boat or perhaps a kayak, canoe, jetski, cruiser - or even wind surfing. Every kind of watercraft and water lover can be seen cruising about the waters. Keen anglers are in luck - there's plenty going on below the surface as well, as any fisherman will tell you. Loch Lomond has a shoreline of 153 km, so whether you're after a gentle round of golf and a romantic loch-side amble, or a vigorous hike and wild watery adventures, you'll definitely find something to do.

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Lomond Lakehouse

Stuckgowan, Scotland

Highlights

  • Accommodates up to 17 guests
  • Great location to explore Loch Lomond National Park
  • Perfect for Family Gatherings and Groups of Friends

Stuckgowan, Scotland

Beautiful scenery of Loch Lomond

9 individual designed bedrooms

Property overview

Lomond Lakehouse dates from before 1820 and was built with elegant lancet windows and arched doorways as Gothic and Norman references but above all with grace and balance. Brought into the 21st century with gorgeous, carefully detailed renovations with stunning views of Loch Lomond. The 9-bedroom house is ideal for group of friends or big families looing to explore the hidden gems of Scotland.

Accommodation

There is also a study, a gym, a snooker table and a host of other thoughtful details to make your stay in this unmatched location incredible and incredibly convenient. The snug is a comfortable room looking out to the gardens and the Loch with games, TV and a telescope to watch the stars at night. The 9-bedroom house is ideal for group of friends or big families looking to explore the hidden gems of Scotland. The outdoor space offers a large terrace with outside dining and a 7-seater hot tub. A stunning, relaxing location in which to take in the surroundings of Loch Lomond and excellent access to venture further to other parts of Scotland.

Location

Loch Lomond is one of Scotland's most beautiful and iconic places. It was even the inspiration behind a love song that people in Scotland sing at several special occasions, usually at the end of a merry night out. The mesmerising loch lies in the heart of the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, where you'll be surrounded by charming villages, rolling countryside, hills and some truly wonderful activities. Take a cruise on the waters and admire the mighty bulk of Ben Lomond, Scotland's most southerly Munro, as well as the jagged shoulders of the Arrochar Alps. You could maybe even visit one of the loch's 30 islands. At the southern end of the water is Loch Lomond Shores, surely one of the most beautifully situated shopping destinations in Britain. You can browse famous Scottish brands, and pick up some fine local fare. If you agree that there is nothing more pleasant than an afternoon on the water in a boat or perhaps a kayak, canoe, jetski, cruiser - or even wind surfing. Every kind of watercraft and water lover can be seen cruising about the waters. Keen anglers are in luck - there's plenty going on below the surface as well, as any fisherman will tell you. Loch Lomond has a shoreline of 153 km, so whether you're after a gentle round of golf and a romantic loch-side amble, or a vigorous hike and wild watery adventures, you'll definitely find something to do.

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