Balloch Hotel

Address: Balloch Rd, Balloch, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Scotland, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Balloch Rd, Balloch, is near Loch Katrine and The Carrick.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsBalloch Hotel

        Reviewed by lindakhaas

        Adequate Accommodation for One Night

        Reviewed Aug 26, 2015
        by (29 reviews) Galena, Ohio , United States Flag of United States

        The Balloch Hotel is at the southern end of Loch Lomond on the river which is used as a marina for boats. The hotel has free parking and a wonderful little bar. We had two rooms on the second floor with lots of space and a big bathroom. We had trouble hooking to the free Wifi as we did not have a UK phone which was required to receive a text including the security code. They had to text the company for us and get a code for each device and they couldn't get through right away. It was a hassle. The security doors leading to our room were cumbersome especially when moving luggage. No help was offered getting our bags up the stairs. The location was good but we weren't close to many eating places. In the morning there was a free continental breakfast with lots of choices. A cooked breakfast was an extra cost. All in all it was an adequate place to stay for one night.

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Balloch Hotel

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        Travel Blogs from Balloch

        Day 13- loch lomand

        A travel blog entry by gatorfreud on Aug 06, 2015

        43 photos

        ... the same lawn owning genes as his brother!) - but John and Taig were good! When there were only two rounds like, Kurt and Matteo were up 6-4 and they thought "we have this in the bag"- but John and Taig rolled good balls, and they just tried to knock theirs out, but unsuccessfully, so they lost! They went to lunch then again at Celtic Park, where they got to hold more of the championship cups. One last training, and then they were done! Meanwhile, ...

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        A travel blog entry by carrie03 on Nov 04, 2013

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        ... guy from Balloch. There are a lot of Brits on board and have met quite a few Scots. Came back on board and had a bit of lunch then up on deck to let the sun toast this old body. Really have to watch now when on deck as I do not wish to display again my ability doing cartwheels, as much to my chagrin my landing was not what one could call dignified. After getting changed made my way to the schooner bar in time for the music quiz again. Decided not to call out my answers and risk the ...

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        A travel blog entry by kyajade on Jul 02, 2013

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        ... We bought our tickets (£14!!) then headed in. There was a guided tour that was going just 10 minutes after we got in, so we headed straight to the meeting point for that. Our guide came up, in some pretty cool tartan pants (must have been too cold for a kilt!), and started telling us a bit about the castle. The first building we were looking at was the palace, which King James V had built. From there we walked up around to Queen Anne Gardens, which ...

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        A travel blog entry by kyajade on Jun 29, 2013

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        ... was, he had such a thick Glaswegian accent, I couldn't understand hardly anything he was saying! Another cool thing about the bar, was the staff t-shirts, which said "pub of the year 1705". Hilarious. So after Jeffs first set, we decided we'd make our way back, cos we were all feeling a bit flat, and not really in a party mood. So we finished up, and headed back to Balloch and to the B&B, where we watched a little TV, then went to ...

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        A travel blog entry by evaclapham on Apr 15, 2013

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        A slow start to the day as we woke to water falling from the sky! The road today took us to Scone(pronounced scoone) Palace owned for the last 400 years by the Earls of Mansfield. It was the crowning place for the Kings of Scotland and is mentioned in Shakespeare's Macbeth as a place for coronation of Macbeth after he kills the former King, his cousin Duncan. It also housed the "stone of Destiny" which was stolen by ...

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