East Cambusmoon Farm is located in the south of the stunning Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park.
We bought East Cambusmoon in September 2006 to build a happy, healthy and sustainable home for our family in the beautiful National Park setting. We also wanted to revitalise some of the disused, semi-derelict farm buildings on the steading and these have become Curlew Cottage and The Old Dairy, our two beautiful holiday cottages.
Our own house was the first part of revitalising this steading and the story of that, with all its trails and tribulations, can be viewed on our blog. Like so many self builders we were avid viewers of Grand Designs but we took those aspirations and dreams beyond being conceptual to create somewhere we are proud to call home. We love where we live and feel passionately that long term sustainability is key to life and business.
In May 2011 we commenced the renovation work on an old dairy and brick byre to create the two holiday cottages, we welcomed our first guests in May 2012. They have been designed to make visitors feel part of this special landscape with superb views from every window.
As with our own home we have adopted low-energy design, both passively and actively, and employed renewable energy technologies to power the cottages. We believe we have created places of great quality in terms of comfort and design for our guests whilst visiting for the marvellous scenery and activities in the Loch Lomond area.
We look forward to welcoming you.
Deborah & Steve Macken