Named after the wife of Sir James Colquhoun, who founded the town in the 18th Century, Helensburgh is a vibrant town with wide tree-lined streets, Victorian architecture and attractive parks and gardens plus a promenade. Paddle steamers come into the pier in the summer months.
Great local shopping, an excellent range of accommodation and fine base for touring Loch Lomond and the Clyde Sea Lochs, and Argyll.
Visit architectural gem The Hill House, renowned as the finest domestic masterpiece of the internationally famous Scots architect, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Other famous local connections include Henry Bell, originator of the steamship and John Logie Baird, the inventor of television.
Enjoy a friendly welcome, tasty breakfasts, peaceful location, short walk to restaurants and shops, warm comfortable rooms, great showers, lots of useful information, relaxing gardens, off street parking, iPads with speaker/charging dock in every room and free wireless broadband.VIEW INFO
Self catering,charming courtyard cottage sharing 1.5 acres of private gardens with main house, accessed via security gate. Stunning views over Clyde estuary.One double with bathroom and one twin, en-suite.VIEW INFO
No.20 Boutique B&B
Luxury Bed and Breakfast set in a Victorian Townhouse by the sea. Sea views, log fires and a little luxury will leave you feeling relaxed and ready for the day ahead.VIEW INFO
The upper flat in a Victorian villa, Tolsta is situated on the North shore of the River Clyde enjoying panoramic views over the Firth. An excellent base for exploring the West of Scotland.VIEW INFO
Close to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, this cottage-style lodge offers comfortable accommodation for 4, with space for a further 2, featuring a woodburning stove and small secluded walled garden.VIEW INFO
A self-catering holiday cottage and Loch Lomond's hidden secret. Accommodation for 6 + 2VIEW INFO