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Lomond Appletree Luxury Lodge

Lomond Appletree

Lomond Appletree is a fantastic holiday house set in rolling hills close to Loch Lomond. This recently built, high-end luxury house sleeps 8 in style and comfort.

Luxury house sleeps 8 in style

Set on a small apple farm on the John Muir Way and near the village of Croftamie, the striking timber built house is carefully designed by the owners to make the most of the natural surroundings. The house is full of natural light, and the large open-plan living area with large picture windows overlooks the neighbouring fields, (watch the cows amble past in the next field).

Brilliant base for Exploring Loch Lomond

The owners have a passion for design and a great eye for detail.  Furnished to the highest standard with comfy sofas, solid oak flooring, and a contemporary log burner, it is a superb place to stay and a brilliant base for exploring the delights of nearby Loch Lomond and the National Park.

We loved the generous welcome pack. Complimentary linen, towels and toiletries are also provided.

The facilities in the house are first rate and make it a great choice for a self-catering holiday in this popular area.

The large south-facing open-plan living area includes a kitchen, dining area and double-height sitting room with biomass powered underfloor heating throughout. There’s free WIFI and the large 50 “ TV with Netflix, soundbar and Bluetooth speaker system is a real bonus. There is also a DVD / Blue Ray player.

Delightful Patio Area

The helpful owners have also supplied a pair of Binoculars, ideal for wildlife watching from the massive windows. The large dining table forms the heart of the room and it easily sits eight. There’s a large sliding glass door which opens onto the delightful patio area with tables and chairs, and a BBQ. With views to the Cameron Muir and The Whangy, this is a great place to enjoy dinner and or even breakfast in the summer months.

Lomond Appletree boasts a well-equipped kitchen with hob, electric oven, combination microwave oven, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, and breakfast bar with space for three.

En-suite Bedrooms

The downstairs double bedroom is en-suite with a bath and shower and is accessible for the less able.  Most wheelchair users should find easy access to the ground floor living space and ground floor bedroom.

Upstairs the three good sized bedrooms are all ensuite with quality furnishings, very comfy beds and nice décor throughout. Windows are sited to allow picturesque views from the bed.

This large architect designed luxury holiday house, set amongst wonderful scenery is perfect for a family holiday or gathering of friends on the edge of the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park.

Perfect Days

Take a trip to Loch Lomond. The closest east side of the Loch is stunning. Walk up Conic Hill (361 metres) with its spectacular views of the islands on Loch Lomond, or visit The Tom Weir Statue at Balmaha and enjoy lunch at Oak Tree Inn.

For walkers, Ben Lomond (974 metres), Scotland’s most southerly Munro is only 20 mins drive and offers a fantastic day on the mountains. You could also enjoy a low-level walk by the Bonnie Banks on the West Highland Way.

A boat trip on Loch Lomond to explore Inchcailloch Island, a place of outstanding beauty is an absolute must.

Explore historic Stirling, only 30 mins’ drive away. Visit the finest Castle in Scotland, Bannockburn Battlefield or the impressive National Wallace Monument.

Take a trip in to Glasgow for some shopping, gallery hopping or fine dining. You can take the train from Milngavie, only 20 mins way.

Enjoy some golf on the local courses; Strathendrick (9 holes) and Buchanan Castle (18 holes).

Go for a pub lunch. The  nearest local in nearby Drymen village is The Clachan, the oldest licensed pub in Scotland, the first licensee in 1734 being a Mistress Gow – Rob Roy’s sister!

Hire bikes and explore the east side of Loch Lomond. Cycle hire is available in nearby Drymen or Loch Katrine where you can hire a bike and take it on a boat cruise and cycle back along the traffic free road.

If you like whisky, there are great distilleries at Glengoyne and Deanston where you can enjoy an informative tour and sample a dram.

Take the kids to the award-winning Blair Drummond Safari Park; only a 30-minute drive away and a fantastic day out. Next door is Briarlands offers children’s outdoor adventure, indoor crafts and tearoom.

Why not go out for the evening and enjoy dinner at the Old Mill gastro pub at Killearn? It gets rave reviews.



How to book

Call 0737 532 1868 or complete the form.


  • Four Bedrooms / Sleeps 8
  • Wifi
  • Credit Card Payment Welcome
  • Minimum Price – £1000.00
  • Maximum Price – £2000.00
  • Sorry No Pets
  • Changeover Day – Flexible
  • Short Breaks Welcome
  • Fire/Stove
  • Owners’ Website