Loch Lomond Spring Dining Ideas
Working up an appetite touring Loch Lomond, The Trossachs and Clyde Sea Lochs?
Then make sure you stop to enjoy some delicious Loch Lomond food and drink in and around our area.
Choose from coffee, cake and home-made ice-cream to Sunday lunch or afternoon tea; not forgetting local distilleries, breweries, tasty Scottish seafood and lots more in between.
Enjoy lochside views at the Lodge on Loch Lomond Hotel and the Inn on Loch Lomond, or get cosy by the fireside at the Loch Lomond Arms Hotel. Balmaha based The Oak Tree Inn is a popular spot to dine after climbing Conic Hill, or posing for a selfie with the iconic Tom Weir statue.
Cameron House Hotel has great dining options for families and different budgets including the Boathouse, Martin Wishart and The Claret Jug.
Don’t forget Café St. Mocha Kiosk is open again 9am -5pm on Luss Pier for great coffee, ice-cream and snacks, or why not enjoy a glass of wine and some delicious Scottish seafood in the Luss Seafood Bar? Stock up on locally made designer gifts at the Luss General Store while in the village.
In Balloch, catch the Farmer’s & Craft Market on the first and third Sunday of every month at Loch Lomond Shores.
The Helensburgh Market in the Square is held regularly on the second Saturday of each month, with lots of delicious food and drink from local producers.
Loch Lomond’s paddle steamer, the Maid of the Loch, opens its doors on Easter Friday 14 April until Autumn, with a new café and restaurant, serving hot meals and will be open daily from 10am to 5pm.
Spring is the perfect time to try something new: sample a dram at Glengoyne Distillery or Auchentoshan Distillery, or try some delicious locally brewed beers from Loch Lomond Brewery, available locally, at many bars and restaurants.
Find lots more Loch Lomond Food and Drink ideas here.