Sunny view north Loch Lomond
Canoeing on Loch Lomond
Misty Ben Lomond
Snowy hills behind Luss, Loch Lomond
Loch Lomond - in full colour
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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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
Up to service our log cabin on Loch Lomond and to do carpet clean and some other work. Glorious Saturday and able to put all the furniture outread more
Quick stop again during February at Millarochy Bay for snap of this bay and its famous ‘poor’ tree that is often marooned in water when it is high.
It seems to provide a foregroundread more
Stopped by in Balmaha on the way up to open the lodge after a January closure.
Wonderful statute on Tom Weir. He was was a writer and broadcaster on Scotland’s great outdoors for over 50 years and died inread more
This is a bit of a drive from the lodge but you can go via Fort William on the way and the scenry is well worth it.
There’s an event that occured here on Loch Shiel in 1745 that had a massiveread more
October 2014 and at last… a visit to see the massive sculptures. On the Forth and Clyde Canal you can get to them in about an hour and if even you are on a day trip to Edinburgh it is well worth a stop.
“The artistic intent (of the Kelpies)read more
From Guest Book…
“Yet another wonderfull week. More converts to the lodge and the loch. We have had a magical week together making wonderful memories. Will try and slip another cheeky week in in September and then our girlie weekend in Nov. Cant wait to get back.
Lilian XXX” June 2017
“The cabin was great, scenery and location amazing! Will definitely be back again”. M. Hughes T. Kelly and family Swindon. July 2016
“Your lodge is wonderful warm and welcoming. We have had a great holiday exploring the local area”. Susan, Adrian, Rebecca and Graeme from Barnsley and Doncaster.
“This is the best self catering property we have ever stayed in. Everything you could want is here. For the middle of August we were surprised how peaceful it is here and such beautiful surroundings. Had the perfect holiday.” Simon, Julie, Natasja or Nathan and Ann August 20116 August 16.
“Our second visit and we weren’t disappointed! The lodge is lovely as it was last time we visited in 2014. We’ve had several lovely weeks here out on our jet skis ran the loch. The scenery is stunning and never fails to amaze us. Thank you for letting us stay again we will be back again!” Ray and Donna Jones Portsmouth June 2016
“A last minute few days away – just my sister and I shelling out and enjoying the loch and the cabin. A spiritual home from home. Back again in October and can’t wait. Thank you for arranging at such short notice and will miss until we are back again”. July 2016 Lilian and Jill North Wales
“Another lovely visit. Of just two sisters, enjoying each other’s company in this warm and wonderful lodge. Very healing and coming and we can’t wait to come back”. Lilian and Jill North Wales
“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
“Here we are a again! Happy as can be! We’ve had yet another fabulous week together of – our fourth visit since sept last year. Of the weather has been an have fairly kind and the loch as beautiful as ever. Of the lodge welcomed us with open arms and it’s as hard to leave as ever. Looking forward to our next trip to a Scottish home”. Lilian and Jill of North Wales
“We enjoyed our visit very much will come again. Beautiful and comfy lodge. Scenery is spectacular. The weather was not so kind but it was warm and did not spoil our time here lots of fun and laughter had by all. Connie, Kirsty, Cameron, Chloe and Louise. Renfrewshire”. June 2016