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Holiday Letting Price Information in Loch Lomond and Trossachs
We analysed holiday cottages, homes and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Loch Lomond and Trossachs. The most expensive week of the next 12 months is in July (13/07 - 20/07), when prices hit an average of £158 a night. Opt for a getaway in February (23/02 - 02/03) for optimal savings when heading to Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Loch Lomond and Trossachs
This graph shows the holiday letting availability rate for the next twelve months. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 6 months is in July (27/07 - 03/08), when 49% of the holiday lettings are booked. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in November (09/11 - 16/11).
The Weather in Loch Lomond and Trossachs
This is the climate diagram for Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. July is the warmest month of the year in Loch Lomond and Trossachs, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 19°. February is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 1°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Stay in Loch Lomond Holiday Lettings for Beauty and Adventure
One of the largest lochs in Scotland, Loch Lomond is famous for its breathtaking setting and multitude of outdoor activities. Of the many attractions Loch Lomond boasts, its boating and water sports activities are a highlight for visitors. Bridging the gap between the famous Scottish Highlands and Lowlands, Loch Lomond is ideally situated for exploring. When you choose the homely comfort of a Loch Lomond holiday letting , you can access the area’s wealth of outdoor activities whilst being within reach of other Scottish cities and attractions.
Getting to Loch Lomond
Due to its countryside locale, Loch Lomond is easiest approached by car. If coming from the south, the best route is through Glasgow city, then taking the A82 which takes you on a scenic drive approaching Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. The southern end of the loch is reachable from Glasgow city centre by car in around 40 minutes and from Glasgow International Airport in around 25 minutes. Alternatively, Balloch, a town at the south shores of Loch Lomond, can be reached by train in around 50 minutes from Glasgow Queen Street station. Trains run frequently, but car lettings are highly recommended here, both for reaching Loch Lomond and exploring the area around it.
Loch Lomond boasts a pleasant climate in the summer months with the average temperature in July and August being 16°C. Late summer is the prime time for visitors interested in water sports on the loch as the highest water temperature average is 15°C in August and September.
Loch Lomond’s sights and attractions
Visitors can embark on many outstanding walks, both along the shores of the loch and in the surrounding hills. Set within a National Park, Loch Lomond is also the perfect location for woodland adventurers too. For those interested in climbing Ben Lomond, Loch Lomond holiday homes towards the northern edges of the loch would be best. This would also place visitors closer to the lower reaches of the Highlands for more walking opportunities from your Loch Lomond holiday home.
The main appeal of the loch is its openness to all forms of water sports. Companies along the loch offer canoe hire and row and pedal boat hire for holidaymakers to experience the loch first-hand. For those desiring a more hands-off approach, cruises of the loch departing from Balloch are also available. During July and August holidaymakers can enjoy sunset or daytime cruises that allow visitors to explore the loch’s many islands. For those focused on water sports and cruises, one of the Loch Lomond holiday lettings situated close to Balloch would be ideal.
For budding golfers there are two golf courses to make use of: the Loch Lomond Golf Club and the Carrick to add a bit of variety for visitors. The Carrick is around a 10-minute drive from Balloch along the western coast of the loch. The Loch Lomond Golf Club is around a 15-minute drive from Balloch, also on the western coast of the loch and is located near the pretty village of Luss.
Scotland’s west coast boasts a range of attractions and Loch Lomond holiday homes would put you in the perfect position to reach a great many of them.
Glasgow is only a short distance away. A city packed with culture, it offers a wealth of heritage and places to visit. For art and heritage enthusiasts, the West End is host to the Kelvingrove Museum and Gallery, the Hunterian Art Gallery and Museum and the famous Mackintosh House. If your tastes are more modern, there is the Glasgow Museum of Modern Art located in the city centre. Glasgow doesn’t just provide a fascinating history, the city centre is sure to cater to your every shopping need. From acclaimed independent shops such as the Willow Tearooms, to the larger Buchanan Galleries and St. Enoch Centre, Glasgow offers a little something for everyone.
If you’re looking for a smaller city to explore, an hour’s drive east from your Loch Lomond holiday letting will take you to Stirling. The city is based around its university and medieval castle which is steeped in history with plenty to explore and stunning views. Another must-see on the outskirts of Stirling is the William Wallace Monument, commemorating the Scottish hero.
To further explore nature there are a number of mountains to climb to the north of your Loch Lomond holiday letting , including Ben Vorlich, Beinn Ime and, even further north, Ben Lui. Ben Lui is the furthest, taking roughly an hour to drive there from Luss. Each of these offer spectacular views across the lower reaches of the Highlands; perfect for hikers and photographers alike. After a beautiful day exploring you'll be glad to return to your Loch Lomond holiday letting !
Attractions for the entire family in Loch-Lomond-and-the-Trossachs National Park
Killin is home to the Dochart Falls at the western end of Loch Tay. Stand on the village's stone bridge as the white waters tumble beneath you.
Loch Katrine has inspired writers and poets and was a favourite of Queen Victoria's. Take a trip on the steamship to experience Loch-Lomond-and-the-Trossachs National Park at its best.
Bracklinn Falls Bridge and Callander Craig
The walk from Callander to Bracklinn takes you through a forested area to the waterfalls, a local beauty spot. The walk is 5 km and can be experienced in an afternoon.
Designed by architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Hill House is open to the public and is one of Mackintosh's masterpieces of design.
Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre
See over 35 birds of prey including owls and a golden eagle at the Bird of Prey Centre on the southern banks of Loch Lomond.
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