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Portnellan Farm - Activities

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About

Situated on the secluded south shore of Loch Lomond, Portnellan Farm is family run organic beef farm. Our unique location and stunning views have allowed us to diversify into a range of exciting outdoor activities including speedboat tours, kayak and stand-up paddleboard hire.

 

Speedboat Tours

Often described as the highlight of a trip to Loch Lomond, our speedboat tours are guarenteed to be a memorable experience. With spectacular sceanary in every direction we combine the thrill of travelling at speed over open water and cruising slowly through the lochs many islands. A truly unique experience suitable for all ages.

Tours available;

Speedboat Tour

Speedboat Tour & Island Visit

Speedboat Tour & Meal

Speedboat Pub Tour

Island BBQs

 

Kayak Hire

Portnellan Farm's location on the south shore of Loch Lomond, within easy reach of several islands lends itself perfectly to being a base for water sports.

Our sit on top kayaks are great way to explore the loch under your own steam. We have both single and double kayaks available for hire.

Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP) Hire

Originating in Hawaii, SUPing is a relitively new, exciting and surprisingly easy way to get out on the water although it does require a bit of getting used to! If you are new to the sport the chances are you are going to end up in the water at some stage which is why we provide you with wetsuits!

Contact Us

If you would like more information on any of our activities please contact Chris at chris@portnellanfarm.co.uk or call on (+44) 07749 040660. Alternatively you can visit our website at www.portnellanfarm.co.uk/activities.

We are always happy to help!

 

 

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Portnellan Farm - Activities
Portnellan Farm
Gartocharn
G83 8NL

T: 07749040660
M: 07749040660

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