Welcome to Loaninghead Holidays

Loaninghead Holidays, located in an area of outstanding beauty in Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, provide a choice of high-quality Bed and Breakfast or Self Catering accommodation with lovely views to the Campsie Hills and mountain ranges.

Surrounded by breathing taking scenery and a host of local attractions – galleries, castles, wildlife and ancient history, there is always something interesting to investigate no matter what the weather or time of year. Set on the edge of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park amongst mature trees and beautiful countryside.

Loaninghead is an excellent position for country activities: relax to the sound of bird song – the British wren for one – or for the more active visitors, there is a choice of climbing, fishing, golf, hill walking, sailing and other water sports, all on our doorstep.

From Loaninghhead a multitude of places of interest are possible for a day visit, from local Drymen and the Glengoyne Distillery (only four miles away with tours and whisky tasting), as far as Glasgow, Stirling, Edinburgh and more: check out our Places to Visit and Local Activities pages for more details.

This is a rural area own transport required.  No trains at Balfron Station, our address remains Balfron Station.  By air or train if you are not hiring a card the best thing to do is to pre-book a taxi to meet you Drymen Taxi and Clachan Cabs usually charge around £40 each way. (Glasgow to Loaninghead)

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      welcome you to their Christmas events. Nativity Services – 23rd December, Buchanan church – 10a.m Drymen church – 11.30a.m. Christmas Eve – Christingle mulled wine and mince pies for adults  Drymen church 5p.m. Christmas Eve – Watchnight Service – Drymen Church – 11.15p.m. Christmas Day Service – Buchanan Church – 11a.m.

    • Things to do on a rainy day in Glasgow.

      Glasgow’s weather can often catch you off guard.  Don’t worry we have some suggestions.  Glasgow Cathedral.   Spend a least couple of hours exploring the medieval architecture of the cathedral as well as the nearby Provand’s Lordship, Glasgow oldest house which dates back to 1471.  Stop off at St. Mungo Museum of religious Life and Art […]