Loch Lomond Tours & Holidays
Join us on holiday to Loch Lomond
Nestled on the boundary between the Scottish Highlands and Lowlands, Loch Lomond is right in the heart of the Scottish mainland.
Loch Lomond holidays are defined by awe-inspiring, sweeping views, challenging, windswept walks, and luxurious lodges and cosy log cabins. With Newmarket Holidays tours, you can see the best of what Loch Lomond has to offer without having the stress of organising logistics.
There’s no doubt Loch Lomond boat trips are the highlight of any visit to this huge body of water. Easily accessible as a day tour from Edinburgh or Glasgow, you can also stay in one of the numerous cabins that dot the Trossachs National Park in which most of the loch is housed, or even base yourself in the north-western coastal town of Glencoe and make the ninety-minute drive down when you want to explore.
Most Loch Lomond tours include a visit to one of the many distilleries that call the region home. The eponymous Loch Lomond Distillery is one of the best, but also nearby is the Auchentoshan Distillery, which serves some of the most sought-after scotch whisky in the world. Loch Lomond can also be visited as part of a general highlands tour, so you can see this phenomenal natural wonder as well as the dramatic, jutting peaks of Scotland’s most famous region.
Things to do at Loch Lomond
One of the most expansive and beautiful Lochs in Scotland, Loch Lomond is a marvel that has to be enjoyed both from the shore and on the water. Take a look through our things to do to find out what else this exquisite area of Scotland can offer.
Loch Lomond boat trips need to be on any itinerary that wants to make the most of this wonderous spot.
A Loch Lomond distillery tour will give you the chance to learn about whisky at its finest. Loch Lomond Distillery and Auchentoshan Distillery are considered two of the best in the entire country.
Rob Roy Country
Explore Rob Roy Country, the name given to the area just east of the Loch. There are hundreds of trails to explore, and it’s also a charming spot to base yourself thanks to luxurious lodges dotted around the area.
Things to see at Loch Lomond
Take a look through our gallery of interesting things to see at Loch Lomond. From The West Highland Way to Inveraray Castle, Loch Lomond and the area surrounding is full of awe inspiring sights.
Food and drink at Loch Lomond
You can't visit a huge body of water and not try the local catch
A fact that’s especially true in Loch Lomond. Luss Seafood Bar is one of the best places to try a variety of fish dishes, from delicately smoked fish to deep fried and battered morsels.
You’re never more than a short drive from a pub when you’re around Loch Lomond, with are dozens a stone’s throw away from its shores. After you’ve battled the elements and taken in postcard-perfect views, treat yourself to a comfortable chair, a big beer, and plenty of fun chat with the locals.
Enjoy (responsibly) Scotland’s national drink – as you discover your whisky palate. With more than 100 active distilleries across Scotland, there are plenty of flavours to discover the right pour for your taste.
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