Loch Lomond Waterfront
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsLoch Lomond Waterfront Balmaha
Nice spot to stay shame about the roadworks all night.
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Lscully stayed here on Jun 8, 2015 during their trip titled: The British Isles, or a Return to the Auld Country.
... As I write this post I'm sitting in one of the easy chairs parked in front of the French doors looking across the back garden to the loch. Talk about luck! I'm almost afraid to call it that for fear of jinxing ourselves. It was another long driving day. The roads were full of cars and campers and being in a long line of vehicles means you travel at the pace of the slowest driver. So while the entire distance might have been 150 miles it took us from before ten ...
... had to jump into the mud. At this point I thought this cant be right it must be that sweet looking path. In my defence many of the WHW markers do not point in the right direction (go figure!). So I took Paul's advice and lined up all my markers and set off keeping a close eye on the map - and within 10 minutes I was sure I was heading in the wrong direction so as taught I retraced my steps. Just in time to see three walkers cresting the hill of the ...
... childhood when we our heating was briquettes. Even the souvenir shops are run by elderly scots who hand around shortbread to taste. The only thing to interfere with our enjoyment of the area is the weather - one minutes the sun is shining and the next minute it is misty and light rain falls. Melbourne's changeable weather is nothing compared to Scotland's. I don't think we will be taking off ...
This morning we pack the tent and take a last walk in Culzean Country Park. It has rained overnight so we take our walk before dropping the canvas. There is no one else around when we arrive so we have the walled garden to ourselves. We see grapes growing in the greenhouses and take in the sweet smell of pink roses.
We head off through the woods where all is silent barr leaves rustling in the light breeze and bees buzzing. We ...