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Loch Lomond Luxury Self-Catering Cottage in the Highlands, Scotland
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  • On the Map Little Eden is located on the eastern shore of Loch Lomond, just 25 miles from Glasgow or 70 from Edinburgh.
  • By Car The cottage is less than an hour from Glasgow, two from Edinburgh or eight from London.
  • By Train The closest train station is Balloch, at the foot of Loch Lomond, just 15 miles or a 30-minute drive from the cottage.
  • By Air Glasgow International Airport is 30 miles or a 50-minute drive from Little Eden.

Please note the property location is approximate only, in order to protect the owners privacy.

Loch Lomond

Aside from Loch Ness, this most famous of lakes in mainland Britain offers a world of adventure just 20 miles from urban Glasgow. Kayak the glass-like waters, hike to the summit of snowy Ben Lomond or simply sit and watch the shifting weather change through mountain valleys with a glass of something cold in hand. Bird watching, whisky tasting and food foraging are all in abundance on the shores of Loch Lomond, as are gentle forest rambles, out-of-this-world food and the warmest of Scottish hospitality.

Holidays on Loch Lomond There are certainly no lack of activities and sites to keep one occupied on Loch Lomond. On calm days hop on a boat and cruise from shore to shore across the loch, with no care in the world but where to stop for a lunch time pint. Luss, known as the prettiest village in the whole of Scotland, offers stunning views of mountain vistas, as well as maybe the finest seafood in the land at the Luss Seafood Bar. Of course, there are castles a-plenty in Scotland, and Loch Lomond is no exception with Dumbarton, Balloch and Inchgalbraith Castle all being worth a visit.

The West Highland Way Stretching for 96 miles from Milngavie to Fort William, taking in much of the western shore of Loch Lomond, the West Highland Way is a long distance through-hike that really packs a punch. Soaring mountains, snow-capped peaks and glacial valleys produce breathtaking view upon breathtaking view. Just when nature can't get any more awe-inspiring, another summit looks down on the world, another loch reflects the stars and another glimpse of eagles soaring high makes you wonder what you were ever doing in a London office.


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