Sunny view north Loch Lomond
Canoeing on Loch Lomond
Misty Ben Lomond
Snowy hills behind Luss, Loch Lomond
Loch Lomond - in Full Colour
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Log Cabin Loch Lomond, Scotland
Loch Lomond is certainly one of the world’s, and Scotland’s, most stunning and internationally renowned locations at the southern end of the Scottish Highlands. The country’s largest fresh water loch is now part of Scotland’s first National Park – an area where for centuries, visitors have traveled to, taken in spectacular scenery, sail, walk and climb – and simply breathe fresh air. Sandwood Lodge (graded 4 star by VisitScotland) provides those who prefer self catering holiday accommodation, or a short break on Loch Lomond access to some wonderful lochside and hill walks from your doorstep. There’s also direct access to the water for water based sports and easy launching for those who prefer to bring their own craft. There is a jetty and shallow beach which is ideal for canoeing from or launching windsurfers and sailing boats. Moorings for speed boats can be hired from the site owners. If you were looking for a cottage by Loch Lomond Scotland why not consider a break in a log cabin in this lovely area.
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A fabulous earlry morning view from the lodge site at Rowardennan where our log cabin in on Loch Lomond. Stayed up one night to clean and do some odds and ends. This shows the sandy beach, jetty and view towards the hills behind Inverbeg on the west side of Loch...read more
I pass Millarochy Bay Loch Lomond each time I travel up to service the lodge and can’t help but stop in the car park to take a photo if the weather provides the right conditions. Trouble is that although I am professional photographer I often forget to take a...read more
One of my fellow lodge owners took these photos on 16 Jan 2016 and sent them to me. In 10 years of having my lodge there I have never seen the site covered in so much snow. Being close to Loch Lomond which is only 27ft or eight metres above sea level we rarely get...read more
Sea King flight bids Scotland farewell After 44 years, HMS Gannet’s Royal Navy Sea King search and rescue helicopters have made a final farewell flypast of Scotland. They have been involved in thousands of rescues. From time to time the Sea Kings have landed on...read more
16 October 2015 Up to service the lodge during a period of just fab weather that much of the UK experienced for some 3 weeks. Loch Lomond basking in glorious warm sunshine. This shot looking north from Rowardennan and Ben Lomond on the right, was taken on mobile...read more
Having had a great few days at our lodge we stopped at Balmaha on the way home to walk the little hill on the prominentary near the village. Takes about 30 mins. It affords these wonderful views north up to Ben Lomondand west over Loch Lomond towards Luss on the West...read more
We enjoyed a few days ourselves at out lodge in early June and certainly picked a good week. We had a trip over to Loch Fyne Oysters on Loch Fyne, about a 90 minute drive over some stunning scenery, for lunch. Stopped for a walk just up past the Rest and be Thankful,...read more
This at Lomond Shors at Balloch on the south end of the loch – about 35 min driveread more
From Guest Book…
“Thank you very much to Simon and Lesley, fantastic lodge and location. You have thought of everyone/everything to make the holiday amazing. We totally chilled out and managed to fit in a few walks and enjoy quality time with our family. Thanks again. ” Stuart and Kim – Leven, Fife. New Year 2015/16
“We have really enjoyed our stay in this lovely lodge and location. Thank you for the goodies to welcome us, much appreciated. Thank you for your hospitality and communication especially when the area lost its water supply. We had enjoyed getting to know this area as well as catching up with family. Very best wishes to you.” David and Linda, Stockton on Tees. April 2016.
“Such a beautiful spacious log cabin to spend in our first family holiday with our two children. And the grandparents.
Beautiful part of the world, with views so amazing and wonderful – absolutely breathtaking! We spent some time down at the water with the kids feeding ducks and with photographs as evidence the children will see how happy they were at this experience in years to come.
Thanks Simon for supplying such a great holiday cabin which was so clean and tidy.
We leave with special memories”
The Johnstons and Gibsons,- Larne Co Antrim. July 2015