Cheap Hotels in Balloch
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Sunnyside B&B is a small Victorian Ploughman’s Cottage nestled in the ancient village of Bonhill near the River Leven, 3 miles from Dumbarton and 5 minutes’ drive from the shores of picturesque Loch Lomond. Free parking is available and guests can enjoy easy access to the stunning Scottish countryside. Each room in our 200 year old Victorian cottage, although small compared to hotels, are far more cosy and homely. They all have inbuilt en-suites which are functional, not overly spacious but modern and very clean. Each room features free Wi-Fi, a TV, an en suite bathroom with free toiletries, and tea/coffee making facilities. A hearty breakfast is served daily in the spacious dining room and cosy guests’ lounge. Breakfast includes a full cooked breakfast or Vegan/Vegetarian, continental options, Scottish porridge, kippers, fruit juice and hot drinks. Glasgow city centre is 17 miles away and Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park is located 45 minutes’ drive from the B&B. A variety of golf courses are located nearby, including the Vale of Leven Golf Club, a 2-minute drive from Sunnyside. We are a 10 minute walk from Alexandria Train Station. Please note Sunnyside bed and breakfast is a warm and friendly family home it is not a hotel or guest house and is subject to normal family routines.
On the edge of Loch Lomond and a 30-minute drive from Glasgow and its airport, this 4-star guest house has hearty Scottish breakfasts and free Wi-Fi. Traditionally decorated, the bedrooms at Gowanlea Guest House all feature a flat-screen TV and free toiletries. Guests can also enjoy tea/coffee making facilities. A cooked breakfast made with local produce is served in the morning from 8:00 to 9:00. Continental and vegetarian options are also available on request. The town of Balloch, a 5-minute walk from Gowanlea offers many attractions including Balloch Castle, Go Ape theme park, and fishing. There is free parking at the property.
A 15-minute stroll from the shores of the famous loch sits the Innkeeper’s Lodge Loch Lomond. It has existed as Balloch House Hotel for over a hundred years and couples rustic charm with modern en suite accommodation. The Innkeeper’s Lodge Loch Lomond serves hearty meals in the Balloch House pub, which has fireplaces and a beamed ceiling. Each bright and neutrally decorated room comes with a TV and tea/coffee making facilities, some even with views over the loch or the River Leven. 7 local golf courses, 2 of which situated right on the loch, mean fanatics are spoilt for choice. Hiking in the Lomond and Trossachs National Park is on the doorstep, and the Balloch Castle Country Park is less than a 5-minute walk away. Glasgow city centre is 30 minutes away by car and Edinburgh Airport lies just over an hour’s drive.
Set amongst the hills and woodlands surrounding Loch Lomond, Lomond Woods Holiday Park is situated in the picturesque village of Balloch, 20 miles north of Glasgow city centre. Guests can take part in ranger-led walks in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National park, or enjoy water sports, cycling and fishing in the local area. A choice of caravans and lodges are available at Lomond Woods and all feature a fully equipped kitchen, private bathroom and a dining area. A children’s playground and games room with table tennis and pool are available on site, as well as free parking. Golf courses at Cameron House and Buchannan castle are open to the public and both can be reached within a 15-minute drive. Loch Lomond Sea Life Aquarium is a 5-minute drive away and offers reduced admission prices for all guests staying at the park.
Situated next to Balloch Rail Station, Tullie Inn offers comfortable accommodation 1 mile from Alexandria town centre. Free WiFi is available in all public areas, and free private parking is possible on site. Each of the non-smoking bedrooms at Tullie Inn are tastefully decorated, bright and airy. They each have carpeted floors, en suite facilities, and TVs for guests to use. The modern restaurant and bar serves freshly prepared dishes and a wide range of drinks. During the warmer months, guests can relax with a drink in the beer garden. The inn also features regular entertainment. Balloch Castle is a 5-minute drive from Tullie Inn. Vale of Leven Golf Club can be reached in 10 minutes’ drive, and Glasgow is 25 miles away.
Set in a beautiful 19th century converted farmhouse, Sheildaig Farm Bed and Breakfast has 3 courtyard rooms, all with their own entrance, ensuite shower room, queen size bed, TV, fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, only one mile from Loch Lomond, Lomond Shores and the town of Balloch. Free WiFi and free private parking are available. The area is well known for its walking and cycling routes, and maps and information on local walks are available on site. Loch Lomond Golf Club is 12 minutes drive. Glasgow is 25 miles away.
Auchendennan FarmSelf Catering Cottages offers a beautiful setting in Arden, a short walk from the shores of Loch Lomond and only 2 miles from Balloch. These charming cottages are purpose-built and have free Wi-Fi. The private Auchendennan Farm is within easy reach of the local towns and activities. Cruin, Duck Bay, and the Cameron House Hotel are all walking distance from the cottages. Boturich Castle and Luss are just 5 minutes' drive away. Surrounded by woodland and pretty grounds, each pet-friendly Auchendennan Farm Cottage offers full Sky TV and Egyptian cotton bedding, along with towels, heating, and electricity. Some cottages also include a wood burning stove. Some properties boast a private hot tub and a sauna. Loch Lomond Shores Activity and Retail Centre is only a 5-minute walk away. Further outdoor activities can be found in Balloch. Auchendennan is 20 minutes' drive from Glasgow Airport and 2 miles from Balloch Railway Station.
Hotels in Balloch
A pretty village on the south-west shores of one of Scotland's most famous lochs, Balloch is surrounded by the spectacular countryside of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.
There are a huge number of things to do here, especially if you love the outdoors. Book one of our Balloch hotels and get exploring.
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park
With the peaceful, island-filled loch shimmering in the middle of a stunning landscape of mountains, glens, rivers and woodlands, this 720m2 national park is a beautiful place to explore. There's so much to do here both on land and on the water – walking, mountain climbing, horse-riding, mountain biking, canoeing, sailing, windsurfing, swimming, waterskiing, fishing and more. Wildlife watching is another popular activity – look out for otters, capercaillie, ospreys, water voles, black grouse, deer and red squirrels. The park is also home to rare freshwater pearl mussels, and is the only place in Scotland where you'll find the powan, a protected species of whitefish in serious decline.
Balloch Country Park
Within the national park you'll find the 200-acre Balloch Country Park, which has views over Loch Lomond. There are guided walks and nature trails around the park, which has walled gardens, a Chinese garden, a kitchen garden, picnic lawns, woodland and some impressive azaleas and rhododendrons. There's also a play area. Unfortunately Balloch Castle, the category A listed country house built along with the park in the early 19th century, is now ruined and on the Buildings at risk Register for Scotland. The park has hosted concerts by Oasis and REM, which both drew more than 80,000 people, and is the venue for the annual Loch Lomond Highland Games.
SEA LIFE Loch Lomond
The SEA LIFE Loch Lomond aquarium is home to more than 5,000 creatures, including Scotland's largest collection of sharks and the country's only giant green sea turtle. There's also a family of otters, seahorses, octopuses, rays, jellyfish, blue lobsters, moray eels, clownfish, porcupine puffer fish, trigger fish and the brilliantly named tasselled wobbegongs. Many of the animals are endangered species, have been rescued from the wild or have been bred as part of a conservation project. There's a rock pool where kids can touch starfish and crabs, and daily opportunities to see the animals being fed and hear talks about them.
The Loch Lomond Birds of Prey Centre is home to more than 30 birds of prey, including owls, kestrels, buzzards, hawks, falcons and eagles. It is open every day from 09:30 to 18:00 from March to October, and from 10:00 to 16:30 the rest of the time, except Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Loch Lomond Golf Club's 7,100-yard parkland course, designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, has lovely views of the Highlands. There's also a spa here within the walled garden.
You can watch glassblowers at work at the family run Icefire Glass studio, where glass is fashioned into everything from dolphins and unicorns to perfume bottles and thistles. If you're impressed, there's a shop where you can buy the products. The workshop is part of the Antartex Village shopping centre, a former sheepskin factory now home to shops selling clothing, whisky, shortbread, sweets, jams, gifts and more.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Balloch
What are the most booked hotels in Balloch?Sunnyside B&B, Tullie Inn and Lomond Woods Holiday Park are some of the popular hotels in Balloch.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Balloch?The cheapest price for a double room in Balloch is £83, offered by Norwood Guesthouse.
If I want to stay in the center of Balloch, which hotels shall I consider?The best hotels near the center of Balloch are Tullie Inn, Innkeeper's Lodge Loch Lomond and Norwood Guesthouse.
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