We’re not saying we’re the best location on the shores of Loch Lomond but we’re certainly in the ‘top one’ of luxury holiday accommodation this side of Scotland!
Situated on the “Bonnie Banks” of Loch Lomond, Auchenheglish Lodges offers 19 individually styled luxury self-catering cottages each with its own unique view. On the water’s edge, our holiday homes offer privacy and seclusion, with spectacular vistas across the water to the islands and mountains beyond.
We have our own private jetty and our properties boast the highest standards allowing you to indulge in luxurious living with quality soft furnishings and bed linen, en-suite bathrooms and fully fitted kitchens you’ll want for nothing. Stay entertained with free WIFI, full sky satellite packages on TV’s, and DVD players. All our properties are smoke/pet free.
Travel Times Approx by car - Glasgow 40min - Glasgow Airport 25min - with a short drive north to the Highlands and the west coast.
Nearby to Auchenheglish Lodges on Loch Lomond are several villages and small towns such as; Luss, Balloch, Helensburgh, Arrochar and Tarbet. There you’ll find numerous Inns, Restaurants and Bars offering an excellent choice of food and beverage.Or take to the water for a cruise enjoying the breathtaking views, we’re delighted to offer our guests a 15% discount with Cruise Loch Lomond.
From our holiday homes, it’s never been easier to enjoy the outdoors with numerous walks and cycle tracks easily accessible offering stunning views of mountains, lochs and islands. There’s also an abundance of wildlife in the area too. Ospreys are regularly seen at our lodges diving for fish as well as otters, diving grebes and a wide variety of birdlife.
A complimentary starter pack and bottle of wine is included for you on arrival. A visit to one of our holiday homes will be a memorable experience and a warm welcome awaits you from Liz, Wendy and Graham.
The jewel in the crown of Scotland and centre piece of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Loch Lomond’s vast expanse of water, the largest inland waterway in Britain some 23 miles long and up to 5 miles wide with its 34 islands.