Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute
An historic Scottish Monuments house with views over the Clyde Estuary, access to Edinburgh and Glasgow, and possibly the largest bathtub you'll ever see...
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Loch Lomond Manor is listed in affiliation with Olivers Travels.
Loch Lomond Manor is a unique historic Scottish Monuments house built in 1902. It is located in a truly privileged position above the town of Helensburgh and faces the Clyde Estuary. The house contains 5 individual turrets, plus plenty to intrigue you inside, from the tapestries in the drawing room to some of the largest bath tubs you will ever see! The house is perfect for a luxurious stay while you visit the vast and varied delights of the local area, play some golf, walk the banks of Loch Lomond or make some day trips to the Highlands and beyond.
Loch Lomond Manor is both formal and welcoming. Staying in this house you will experience the golden age of British architecture - Edwardian Scotland - with all its charms! There are 5 comfortable bedrooms, plus two bathrooms and an additional WC. Everything is styled beautifully and simply, to make the most of this period property with plenty of original features intact and large windows that let in plenty of light.
Loch Lomond Manor sits in the upper part of Helensburgh with beautiful views over the Clyde and beyond to Argyll. Situated at the start of the highland train line it's possible to take day trips to Oban and Fort William or if you fancy, day trips to Glasgow or Edinburgh by train. It is no more than 5 minutes over the hill to all of Loch Lomond. A ten minute drive to the village of Luss and 10 minutes to Cameron House for fine dining at Martin Wishart's newest restaurant. Over the hill are some of the finest golf courses in Scotland- the world-renowned Loch Lomond course and the Carrick. The scenery around this part of Scotland is breathtaking and it is just over an hour form Inveraray.
At the top of Loch Fyne- is the original Loch Fyne Oyster bar which makes it the perfect place to have lunch after a walk. There are very good restaurants nearby - Riverhill Coutryard, PJ's kitchen, The Wee Kelpie, La Barca and The Akash to name a few.In the town of Helensburgh there is easy access to sailing, tennis, hill walking, riding and golf. Over the hill are some of the finest golf courses in Scotland- the world-renowned Loch Lomond course and the Carrick. The scenery around this part of Scotland is breathtaking and it is just over an hour form Inveraray. At the top of Loch Fyne is the original Loch Fyne Oyster bar which makes it the perfect place to have lunch after a walk. There is also quad biking available, fishing, golf and sea plane picnics to the small islands of Islay and Jura and beyond. For keen hill-walkers, Ben Lomond is a short car journey away. There are literally hundreds of walks within this area, along with the Highland Way and the John Muir Way.
Loch Lomond Manor is a fabulous house for children, with extensive gardens and a fabulous tree swing, so much fun for all the family.
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