Holiday Plans.

 Scotland’s a pleasure whatever the weather.

Guest booking direct with Loaninghead, minimum stay 5 nights or more, receive a Mystery Gift.

It’s never too soon to plot your next escape. If you are looking for a unique location for a short break with family and friends, our self-catering apartment and cottages could be the perfect venue.

Guests in self catering have free use of private leisure club three miles away in Drymen.  Offering swimming pool, sauna, steam room, and gymnasium.

The local area provides a range of friendly pubs, small restaurants, coffee shops, art galleries, a range of shops,  dentist and excellent medical centre. Glengoyne Distillery  ( 3 miles away) caters for visitors seven days a week providing tours, tastings, and shop.

Loch Lomond Shores Farmers Market:  1st and 3rd Sunday of the month.

10a.m.-4p.m. Balloch. Most panoramic location of any Scottish market.  A magnificent selection of produce, nearby parking , wonderful shopping in the Lomond Shore Gateway Centre, picnic area and restaurants.

A First Folio edition of Shakespeare’s plays at Mount Stuart has been confirmed as genuine. Stay at Loaninghead and take a day’s drive/sail to Isle of Bute and view this find at Mount Stuart. 

Events 2017                Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology.

have once again demonstrated that Scotland is the Perfect Stage for events by securing the European Champions Cup and European Challenge Cup for 2017 – a major boost for Scottish Rugby.

Events 2018               Scotland’s Year of Young People.

Events 2019              Glasgow will host The Mòd in 2019 – 29 years since the festival was last held in the city!

Thank you for visiting our website; we hope you will visit Loaninghead in person and we look forward to hearing from you. Have a look at our Facebook page.  www.facebook.com/loaningheadholidays where you will find  more places of interest,  Historic buildings, Local attractions, Garden centres, Castles, Palaces, Churches, Local Villages,  click on photos, then albums.

Tip for drivers:  allow plenty of time – Scotland looks like quite a small country but the time it takes to drive between places can be much longer than you think!  The roads are often not straightforward and you may be driving on single track at some points. A Sat Nav can help with directions and provide quite accurate information on the drive times between places making driving less stressful.