Balloch grew up around an early ferry and river crossing point at the south end of Loch Lomond. As tourism and leisure time developed in the 19th century, Balloch with its moorings on the River Leven attracted steamers, boat-hire, cruising and the air of a place where city people came to enjoy themselves while messing about with boats. Today, Balloch is a gateway to the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, with the Loch Lomond Shores visitor complex, lots of great watersports, the departure point for Sweeney's Cruises and more.
Cameron House on Loch Lomond
A magnificent baronial mansion surrounded by 100 acres of woodland, Cameron House on Loch Lomond, blends traditional Scottish influences with sumptuous contemporary décor. This is your lochside Baronial mansion and so much with a Championship golf course, a luxury resort spa with rooftop infinity pool, a range of luxury suites including a penthouse overlooking Loch Lomond and some of the most supreme dining imaginable, all bundled up and served with the heartiest of Scottish hospitality.VIEW INFO
Centre Stables Loch Lomond, Luxury Self Catering sleeps 6/8
Centre Stables offers luxury Accommodation for 6/8, Rated 4 Stars with Visit Scotland. Set within the private estate of Boturich Castle our tranquil location is a gentle haven to relax and enjoy our wonderful location. Spacious, luxury accommodation Free WIFI, parking and quality linen and furnishings.VIEW INFO
Lomond Woods Holiday Park
Nestling amongst the hills and woods surrounding Loch Lomond, Lomond Woods is a very special place. Ideal for your family holiday, active short break or relaxing weekend retreat. Open all year round we provide a perfect base for exploring Loch Lomond and the surrounding area.VIEW INFO
Come and stay on our familly run working farm 5 minutes from Balloch in a quiet location with stunning views overlooking Ben Lomond and surrouding hills.VIEW INFO
We have beef cattle and sheep and hens and ducks where you can enjoy fresh eggs for breakfast.
Norwood Guest House
Norwood Guest House is located in the town centre of Balloch which is an ideal touring base as it sits on the "bonnie" banks of Loch Lomond but it is also easy to reach from Edinburgh, Glasgow or Stirling with good road and rail links.VIEW INFO