Posts from November 2018

The Joys of the Winter Season by Loch Lomond

Beautiful scenes across Loch Lomond to Ben Lomond from the southern shore of the Loch. You can walk to this view point from the cottages, downhill through the village of Gartocharn, across the fields on the Aber Path and continue your stroll along a country lane to the shoreline footpaths leading to the Endrick Mouth, National Nature Reserve and RSPB Loch Lomond’s estate. A perfect way of exploring the local vicinity and leaving the car at home, you are likely to see deer, buzzards and geese en route but you might also be lucky to see osprey on their summer vacation. You walk through a mix of woodland and fields so there is plenty of bird life to enjoy as well as the range of flora and fauna. Last weekend our guests spent some time watching a stoat scamper in and out of the red sandstone garden wall, wildlife to enjoy form the comfort of the sofa!

We love that our guests can enjoy the National Park throughout the whole year and, as you may have appreciated, the cottages are warm whatever the weather outside! Underfloor heating, very comprehensive insulation and air tightness in the buildings and free top ups of the log basket ensure that 😊. Ben Lomond and Loch Lomond Wintertime

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