The 4-star Lodge on Loch Lomond Hotel stands on a quiet sandy cove amid some of Scotland's most stunning scenery.
With panoramic views of the Loch and mountains it offers a warm, relaxing atmosphere, delicious modern cuisine from the award winning 2 AA rosette restaurant Colquhoun's, stunning accommodation and a luxury health suite with spa and swimming pool. This loch-side retreat has attracted two former US presidents and is only 20 minutes drive from Glasgow International Airport.
The hotel has a superb range of accommodation, from rooms with en-suite saunas and private balconies overlooking the Loch or towards the village of Luss, to the very contemporary accommodation in the Munro Lodge. The Cuillin Suites are two bedroom guest apartments, complete with 42' plasma television screens, surround sound Linn speakers and DVD players, living flame fires, temperature controlled baths and massaging showers.
Colquhoun's innovative menu blends traditional and contemporary cuisine using the finest and freshest local produce. With uninterrupted views from the restaurant it is a very special place to dine.
Guests can unwind in the health suite, amberspa, which features a 16m swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and laconium. The hotel is perfectly located to explore some of the most stunning parts of Scotland, from city to the Highlands, with easy access to Glasgow, Oban, Inveraray and the rugged west coast.
A waterside setting with open views across Loch Lomond, a bustling bar and restaurant, friendly staff and an interesting, creative menu. All this and more delights the visitor to the Lodge on Loch Lomond.
Crispy Fillet of Sea Bream, lemon crushed potatoes, creamed leeks, beetroot coulis: "A ring of creamed, finely sliced leeks, with the crushed potatoes in the centre and topped with the golden skinned sea bream fillet." "Succulent fish, cooked beautifully and with a crisp, golden skin." "Softly cooked leeks in a creamy sauce, a delightful lemony kick to the new potatoes and an earthy richness from the coulis." "A most enjoyable dish, with some strong flavours, yet marrying well."