Nestled close to the shores of Loch Lomond sits the historic, 18th Century Innkeeper's Lodge and Balloch House restaurant and country pub.
Traditional, rustic charm harmoniously meets smart, modern decor at this idyllic spot, ideal for business and leisure travellers alike.
Upstairs at Innkeeper’s Lodge, you can choose from one of 11 stylish and contemporary en-suite bedrooms (each named after a local connection, no less), offering tea- and coffee-making facilities, complimentary WiFi, a large-screen digital TV and comfy Hypnos beds. Not yet tired enough to sink into the soft, sumptuous bedding after a hard day’s work or walking? Head down to the Balloch House pub’s cosy, beamed bar (dogs are welcome here but, we’re afraid, not in the bedrooms) and you’ll find an extensive range of fine wines and local cask ales that is sure to tempt you. Plus, as an added bonus, CAMRA members will be given 20p off their perfectly-poured pint!
Rumbling bellies won’t be disappointed either, with the kitchen serving up seasonal family favourites such as steak and mushroom pie, pesto crusted salmon and the pub’s infamous Hunter’s chicken. Oh, and for guests staying overnight, there’s a complimentary buffet breakfast to ensure your day gets off to the best possible start.
Whether your stay at Innkeeper’s Lodge is for business or pleasure, you’ll discover an array of amenities to cater for your every whim. Need a meeting room? You got it. Actually, you’ve got several to choose from. Fancy a game of golf, or feel like a hike? Two golf courses sit by Loch Lomond (with a further five nearby) and Trossachs National Park is right on your doorstep. And don’t forget the loch, which offers all sorts of water sports for adrenaline junkies. With Glasgow city centre a 30-minute drive away and Edinburgh airport reached by car in just over an hour, the Innkeeper’s Inn and Balloch House offers guests the whole package - so much so you might not want to leave.