Accommodation on Rowardennan

Welcome to Rowardennan on the Scottish Accommodation Guide, small village on eastern shore of Loch Lomond.

Rowardennan Bed and Breakfast and Self Catering

 




Ms Irene McCormack
Loch Lomond Lodge
Lodge 30, Rowardennan, By Drymen, G63 OAR

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Telephone
: 077450 35732 - Please mention Scottish Accommodation Guide when calling.
Web:http://www.lochlomond-lodge.co.uk

This very comfortable self catering log cabin, sits on the beautiful eastern shores of Loch Lomond, nestled at the foot of Ben Lomond and part of the Loch Lomond National Park, with the famous West Highland Way on the doorstep. Lodge 30 has the most fantastic position on the private estate at Rowardennan, with a south facing large raised decking area less than 20 metres from the beach. Four bedrooms sleeping eight guests with two king size and four single beds. En-suite shower room and the bathroom has a separate shower and bath. Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge area with gas heating throughout and fully double glazed.




Mr Simon Williams
Sandwood Lodge Loch Lomond
21 Rowardennan Lodges, Rowardennan, Loch Lomond , G63 0AR

Telephone: 0131 510 1212 - Please mention Scottish Accommodation Guide when calling.

Web: http://www.sandwood-lodge.co.uk
Email: stay@sandwood-lodge.co.uk

Sandwood Lodge is a cosy 4 star self catering lodge which sleeps up to 6 and is situated at Rowardennan on Loch Lomond in Scotland. Rowardennan is on the east shores of Loch Lomond, 6 miles north from the pretty village of Balmaha. The private site on which the log cabins sit is right on the lochside.

Brilliant for walks and hikes, long summer trips away exploring Rob Roy country or the mountains of Argyll and the north and for watersports. 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 travelled to, taken in spectacular scenery, sail, walk and climb - and simply breathe fresh air.