The Trossachs and Loch Lomond National Park
We are located in the heart of Scotland's first National Park set up in 2002. The area consists of 720 square miles of beautiful scenery, 21 Mountains over 3000ft (Munros) and 16 major Lochs which together, offers visitors a vast range of outdoor pursuits for adults and children.
We have highlighted some of the best places to visit and activities for the active and not so active that we highly recommend to our visitors to get the best of out of their stay in The Trossachs and Loch Lomond.
One of Scotland's leading whiskies is made at the Glengoyne Distillery just a short drive away from Trossachs Gate Cottage. One of the most picturesque locations at the foot of the Dumgoyne Hills the distillery conducts tours every day for visitors explaining the unique methods Glengoyne uses to produce their distinctive flavour. We are able to offer our visitors a discount on their tour tickets of 10% if they book online using this web page.
Go Ape Aberfoyle
We are fortunate enough to have a Go Ape Adventure High Wire Course in Aberfoyle just a 10 minute walk from our cottage located at The Lodge Visitor Centre. Go Ape is a great day out for all the family and boasts one of the longest zip wires in the UK. We are able to offer guests a hefty 10% discount on tickets!
use the code TROSSACHS to get your discount.
Bird of Prey Centre Loch Lomond
Located on the shores of Loch Lomond in Balloch, The Bird of Prey Centre is a day out for everyone and is a great experience for kids and adults alike. Home to 35 birds with over 25 species our new location is in natural woodland on the edge of Loch Lomond. The site is a relaxing venue to learn and escape every day life and is set in woodland close to the Lomond Shores Shopping Complex.
Loch Katrine is one of the most scenic lochs in Scotland which is best seen on board the Steamship Sir Walter Scott which has operated on the loch for over 100 years. Start your trip at Trossachs Pier to Stronachlacher and either disembark and walk the private road back to the pier or stay onboard for the return sailing. You can also hire bikes at the pier and cycle the route on the quiet north road.
We have highlighted just a few of the places to visit and things to do but there are many other great days out to be enjoyed in The Park. From Safari Parks, Castles and many Visitor Centres your holiday or short break may not be long enough!
For lots more information about The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park go to this website where you will find information about every aspect of Park Life. www.trossachs.co.uk