The pretty hamlet of Inversnaid is situated on the north eastern shore of Loch Lomond.
This little village has spectacular views across Loch Lomond to the Arrochar Alps. This scenery has provided inspiration for literary great such as William Wordswoth, Gerard Manley Hopkins and Sir Walter Scott.
Today the area is popular with walkers. The three most travelled trails are the West Highland Way, the Garrison Track, and the woodland nature trail through the RSPB Nature Reserve. Along these trails you will discover the beautiful Falls of Inversnaid and Rob Roy’s Cave, a secret hideaway used by the man himself.