Loch Lomond sweeps through volcanic hills, rocky summits, mystical woodland and picturesque farmland, cutting through the Highland Boundary Fault.
Part of Trossachs National Park, the loch spans 27.5 sq. miles, making it the largest loch by surface area and the second-largest by water volume (Loch Ness takes that crown).
Lomond Woods (part of Wood Leisure) is our favourite set of lodges with hot tubs in Loch Lomond. They have a range of lodges open all year round, sleeping either 4 or 6.
The park is dog friendly, has laundry facilities, and games rooms for all the family to enjoy on site.
Whether you're after a glamping pod, or family hot tub lodge, the location of Wood Leisure's Lomond Woods Holiday park is second to none. Check out the hot tub lodges available here here. And here's an example of one of their Signature hot tub lodges in Loch Lomond Woods.
Located on the shores of Loch Lomond, Balmaha Lodges is a small, private development of fifteen luxury lodges with hot tubs. These range from small studios that sleep up to two people to larger apartments that sleep up to eight people.
Why are Balmaha Lodges so good? It’s all about prime location. You are within touching distance of a boat ride to Inchcailloch (which you can see from the shore), situated on the east side of Loch Lomond down from Arrochymore.
The B837 is the only road to Balmaha, a small village wrapped in glorious highland terrain, with only rocky terrain and fields for as far as the eye can see. Balmaha has great cafes and pubs, with the Oak Tree Inn and favourite among locals.
Situated deep in the highland territory at the northern tip of the West Highland Line, you will find Ardlui Lochside Lodges. This small, exclusive development includes seven beautifully appointed hot tub lodges in stunning scenery.
Ardlui Lochside Lodges is the best-kept secret of Loch Lomond, with a 3* star hotel if you want to stay just a few nights. The lodges offer pure luxury and a true home away from home with hot tubs, saunas, and high-end self-catering facilities.
Try water sports like water-skiing, speedboat tours and kayaking, or try cycling, horse riding, golf, fishing and quad biking. In other words, Ardlui Lochside Lodges offers it all.
Auchendennan Farm has ten stunning luxury cottages, all with a hot tub to soak away the daily grind. Our favourite property is Auchendennan Farm Cottage, which sleeps up to six people with no expense spared.
There’s also the Oak Lodge, a modern stone and timber build that sleeps up to four with an outdoor fire and a hot tub. Panoramic windows and doors give you a prime view of the stunning scenery across farmland.
Auchendennan Farm is located just a short walk inland from Loch Lomond, in the heart of the national park up from Cameron House. You can see the island of Inchmurrin. Golf lovers will also appreciate being close to Carrick Golf Course.
Get ready for a hot tub holiday to remember at Bonnie Barns in Loch Lomond! These converted barns are the perfect mix of rustic charm and luxury living.
Each barn comes with its own private hot tub, so you can relax in style and take in the stunning views of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Whether you're planning a romantic getaway or a hot tub break with friends, these barns have got you covered. You can choose between cosy, rustic lodges with hot tubs or sleek and modern escapes.
Plus, with so much to see and do in the area, like hiking, biking, and water sports, Bonnie Barns is the perfect base for your Loch Lomond adventure! So, grab your bag and head to Bonnie Barns for a hot tub holiday you'll never forget.
Escape to Montrose Lodge in Loch Lomond for a hot tub holiday with a view! This luxurious lodge features a private hot tub, a garden, and offers breathtaking views of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Perfect for a romantic getaway or a hot tub break with friends and family.
Located in the heart of Loch Lomond, Montrose Lodge is the perfect base to explore the area. The lodge is surrounded by nature and outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, and water sports. You will also find that there are several historical sites and local pubs, restaurants and shops nearby.
So, pack your bags and head to Montrose Lodge for a hot tub holiday you'll never forget. It's the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy all that Loch Lomond has to offer.
Looking to visit more lochs whilst on your hot tub break in Loch Lomond? Here are some of the best ones to see within a short drive.
Located to the east of Loch Lomond, Loch Long is a sea loch (an inlet of the sea) that stretches for over 30 miles. It is known for its fishing and boating opportunities, as well as its stunning scenery.
Situated to the north of Loch Lomond, Loch Goil is a freshwater loch that is surrounded by forests and hills. It is popular for fishing and water sports, and there are several holiday cottages and lodges located on its shores.
Loch Arklet is to the south of Loch Lomond and is popular for fishing and birdwatching. It is surrounded by forests and hills, and there are several walking trails in the area.
Located to the east of Loch Lomond, Loch Katrine is a large freshwater loch that is known for its stunning scenery and recreational opportunities. It' is popular known for boating, fishing, and hiking, and there are several holiday cottages and hot tub lodges located on its shores.
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