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
Privately owned, Sandwood Lodge is a one of a number of log cabins by Loch Lomond. It is cosy and warm for all year bookings. It sleeps up to 6 and is situated at Rowardennan in Scotland, in a striking setting on a quiet, private estate of log cabins by Loch Lomond. Imagine clear starry nights, walks wrapped up against chilly and crisp bright winter days or long summer trips away exploring Rob Roy country and The Trossachs or the mountains of Argyll and the north – this can be all yours too. So go on… book your self catering lodge on Loch Lomond. More an area than a village, Rowardennan, which is at the foot of Ben Lomond, is on the east shores of Loch Lomond and 6 miles north from the pretty lochside village of Balmaha. The private site on which the log cabins sit is right on the lochside. This is the quieter side of Loch Lomond and an area famous for the West Highland Way taking walkers on beneath Ben Lomond nearby.
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 a...
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 (I'm...
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...
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,...
This at Lomond Shors at Balloch on the south end of the loch – about 35 min drive
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 out
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 foreground
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 in