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About Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond lies between the Highlands and Lowlands of Scotland and is the largest stretch of freshwater in Scotland. Loch Lomond is 39 km long, and up to 8 km wide and has an average depth of 37 metres and maximum depth of 190 metres.

Loch Lomond has found fame over centuries through song and verse including the song "Loch Lomond" and recently though Loch Lomond Golf Club hosting international golf events including the Scottish Open.

Loch Lomond is a peaceful location from which explore the sights and attractions of Glasgow, Edinburgh, central Scotland and of course Loch Lomond.

Loch Lomond Accommodation Map

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Loch Lomond Webcam

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Loch Lomond B&B and Self Catering Accommodation

Stay at Loch Lomond is a not-for-profit organisation established by local bed and breakfast and self catering accommodation providers to promote Loch Lomond accommodation and towns.

You'll find a warm Scottish welcome and quality service at all of our Self Catering and Bed and Breakfast (B&B) accommodation in Loch Lomond.


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Loch Lomond Activites

Loch Lomond has something for everyone: mountain biking, quad biking, watersports and more. For more relaxing activities there are lots of restaurants, museums, shops & parks.

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    Loch Lomond - Tarbet

    Tarbet

    Tarbet, situated at the North end of Loch Lomond less than two miles from Arrochar, was described by Queen Victoria as "a small town" with "splendid passes, richly wooded and the highest mountains rising behind" a picturesque village on the "bonnie banks".

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