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Amenity filters are available to help you tailor your search and find a great property in Lochgoilhead. Many holiday rentals in Lochgoilhead offer internet or fishing, which makes it a fantastic holiday destination if you need internet access during your holidays or you want to go fishing. Not as many rentals in Lochgoilhead are available if you love sweating the stress away in saunas or you like to end your days curled up by the fire , as saunas and fireplaces are not very popular features in Lochgoilhead.
The Weather in Lochgoilhead
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Here is our climate diagram for Lochgoilhead. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 19°. January is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 2°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is May.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Lochgoilhead
One-third of the offers (37.93%) in Lochgoilhead are house rentals. They are the most typical holiday properties there. The average size of house rentals in Lochgoilhead is 169 m², and they cost, on average, £178 per night. Furthermore, these properties are ideal for medium-sized groups and families, since most can welcome 5 holidaymakers. If you would prefer to book an alternative property type, you may want to have a look at apartment rentals, which are the other most frequently offered accommodation type in Lochgoilhead. These properties cost £207 per night , on average, and have an average size of 117 m².
Greet the Great Outdoors with a Lochgoilhead Holiday Rental
The small village of Lochgoilhead enjoys one of the UK’s most picturesque settings. Located within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, it doesn't matter the accommodation you book in Lochgoilhead; every single property offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. It’s the perfect base for an active holiday, or simply the chance to truly get away from it all.
Despite the size of delightful Lochgoilhead, you'll find a surprisingly diverse range of self-catering accommodation options from charming stone houses and modern bungalows to purpose-built timber holiday lodges, pods and exquisite bankside holiday cottages, complete with breathtaking views across the loch. You’ll find even more accommodation in the neighbouring villages of Carrow and Monevechadan.
How to get to Lochgoilhead?
How to Reach Lochgoilhead
Those travelling from the South of England or overseas can book a flight to Glasgow International Airport. The airport is connected to Glasgow Queen Street Railway Station by the frequent Express 500 shuttle bus.
You can also reach Glasgow by rail from most major UK cities. From Glasgow Queen Street Station visitors can take the train directly to Arrochar and Tarbet, which takes just over one hour. From here, Lochgoilhead is just a 30-minute drive by taxi.
Those arriving by car from the south should take the M74 to Glasgow followed by the A82/83 route directly to Lochgoilhead. Most accommodation is then within easy reach of the village centre.
What are the best activities for families in Lochgoilhead?
Outdoor Family Fun in Lochgoilhead
This village is nothing short of paradise for outdoorsy families looking for a new adventure. Hiking is a popular activity, with challenging hikes that include some of the Trossach’s highest peaks such as Ben Lomond, Ben Ime and Ben Vorlich. Between these peaks lies the aptly named ‘Rest and Be Thankful Viewpoint’, a perfect respite spot for those hiking with kids.
Further land-based activities include canyoning, abseiling, horseriding and coasteering. The water offers a host of further activities, from canoeing and kayaking to paddle-boarding, sailing, fishing and even jet-skiing.
Some accommodation, including lochside holiday cottages and lodges, are equipped with hot tubs, the perfect end to an active day.
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