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Inchmahome Priory

Port of Menteith
#1 of 3 things to do in Port of Menteith
Between us we relaxed, had a picnic, paddled off shore, explored the ruined monastery, played frisbee, walked round the shoreline, looked at the ancient trees, tried to catch damsel flies, fed the ospreys (turned...
Short boat trip across the lake to a small island where you can walk around in in 10 minutes and take time to explore the priory ruins and hillocks, paths and ancient trees.
#7 of 7 things to do in Alexandria
The welcoming and knowledgeable team made sure we had a fantastic trip and the inflight commentary and skilful flying meant we got momentous views of the lochs and islands.
Eight seater seaplane takes off from the waters of Loch Lomond at Cameron House and for an hour the wonderful scenery of the coastline and hills of the West Coast unfold described by the very skillful and knowledg...
#15 of 94 things to do in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park
There is a short and often slightly muddy walk from the small car park to the falls but it is fun, with sensible footwear, to spend time exploring the surrounding rocks and on (rare) days when the water flow is no...
Great place to stop, short walk up to the waterfall for a place to get a few pictures and also viewing platform easy to reach, 5 min walk from car park
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#6 of 94 things to do in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park
the beautiful area of the Trossachs in the Scottish lowlands is well worth a visit the scenery is stunning and there are lots of walking trails giving you some amazing scenes for your photographs I think it is pro...
Enjoyed a lovely wee sail in the Sir Walter Scott...staff very informative and very helpful..lovely scenery..then enjoyed a delicious afternoon tea..good selection of sandwiches scones and yummy cakes..staff there...
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#1 of 15 things to do in Luss
We done the 1 hour speedboat tour round loch lomond with connor as our skipper he was brilliant had loads of info about each island which was really interesting by far one of the best trips weve done on our visit...
Our Hen Party had the best time, sun came out boat trip was fantastic we all laughed loads and our Captain Ross was great, job well done he helped make our day great.
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Conic Hill

Balmaha
#1 of 4 things to do in Balmaha
This is a beautiful climb starting in Balmaha car park (free with lots of spaces) ascending first through a gorgeous forest before twisting up a more exposed path with wonderful views of Loch Lomond and it's islands.
Excellent views emerge even partially up the climb until you reach the summit where the views excel both west, south and east and Ben Lomond to the north.
#1 of 3 things to do in Tarbet
Had a lovely trip over to Inversnaid from Tarbet with this company and at £26 return for 2 it is excellent value for money.Great informative commentary from the Captain both ways.Would highly recommend.Andy and Ge...
These wonderful little cruise waterbuses have all different cruises that take you all over the lochs,what an amazing beautiful journey.The ferry always run on time and the skipper and his crew are lovely he does a...
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#1 of 16 things to do in Killin
We had a nice little walk with kids and dog through the village in a forest covered path to the falls, really lovely and the kids loved climbing on the rocks, definitely worth a visit, nice looking pub/restaurant...
We are returning to Killin in September as it is a beautiful place to visit, loads to do and all enhanced by the fantastic view of the Falls going into and out of the Village!
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#2 of 15 things to do in Luss
Took a stroll while in Luss, some beautiful scenery, boat trips operate in the Loch, a wee man made beach area to walk along, cafes and pub nearby, a great wee village, some lovely shops, worth a stop and look aro...
Luss is a lovely little place on Loch Lomond the lovely houses lead to the pier where the views are stunning, there are boat trips on the loch at reasonable prises, there is a couple of cafes and gift shops well w...
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#1 of 6 things to do in Drymen
Impressive menu with all the local specialities, lovely atmosphere, kind people and good wine and food.
I called in at the end of the Coast to Coast stage and was able to reserve a table for the evening which is really helpful when you are on your own.
#2 of 19 things to do in Callander
Beautiful.. we parked at the upper falls car parks past the craggs parking, I'm glad we did as it is a steep hill.. from the car to the falls it's a 10 minute walk with amazing views.. deffinatly recommend if your...
For those less confident with climbing over rocks there is a bridge with lovely views of the falls, but for wannabe mountain goats there is also plenty of opportunity to climb over rocks and get a bit closer.
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#7 of 7 things to do in Alexandria
Had a great relaxing day with my daughter, spa facilities are excellent outside jacuzzi with stunning scenery is the highlight of the visit, had a lovely lunch and a great back massage all the staff are very helpf...
... some friends.The pool is so good,very large,so able to swim freely.There is an excellent choice of saunas and solariums,jacuzzis and outside hot tub with excellent views.The spa staff are lovely so helpful.it

Inveraray Castle

Inveraray, UK 17.5 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Inveraray
Romantic interior and a dreamlike garden setting, we were lucky to experience a perfect warm spring day and we explored the further reaches of the estate enjoying stunning views.
On a sunny day,the castle & surroundings provide a stunning picture of privileged life of the Chief of Clan Campbell...Everything is neat & clean...the interior is both magnificent & interesting...Allow plenty of...
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Benmore Botanic Garden

Benmore, UK 20.2 mi away
#2 of 2 things to do in Benmore
The views from the viewpoint are well worth the climb and the various shelters, particularly the Chilean refuge, are quirky and offer fantastic vistas.
We were advised that the best time to visit to see the gardens in bloom would be April and May for the Spring flowers and September and October to see the Autumn colours.

St Conan's Kirk

Loch Awe, UK 19.9 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Loch Awe
Tranquil, Historical, and well worth a visit A lot of time and commitment has been offered to maintain and upgrade this beautiful old Church Donations are necessary to continue the work of a dedicated community
Amazing venue... Kirk is beautiful with loads of history, the setting is fantastic and is run by lovely people, tea room is warm and welcoming with a good cuppa and cracking scones...
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Loch Lomond

Stirling 3.6 mi away
#9 of 77 things to do in Stirling
From a photography point of view, Scotland's beauty gets enhanced when you have some interesting cloud formations that provide a backdrop for the scenery that you are trying to capture, this is especially true of...
It is a very beautiful lake, but the surrounding beauty (Ben Lomond, the beautiful historic structures around the lake) add to the overall beauty of historic Loch Lomond.
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Glengoyne Distillery

Glasgow, UK 18.4 mi away
#7 of 322 things to do in Glasgow
The distillery tour is super, the staff treat you like royalty (to be fair, we are barrel owners here) and there is a fantastic walk up to a waterfall within the grounds which holds precious memories for us.
Recently visited this distillery after organising a visit the guide ( John ) was brilliant very funny very informative i have done lots of tours like this but i can say that this was the best one i have been to an...
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Wilder Ways

Southend, UK 18.1 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Southend
Just spent three days riding fabulously fit horses over challenging terrain in the Knoydart wilderness with excellent leader ( Cara ) and a great group of likeminded strangers.
... trot through the water (you could even swim with the horses if you wanted), trek to high points for stunning views, canter through sheep-filled farmland and experience some of the beautiful forestry on the coast.

Argyll Adventure

Inveraray, UK 18.6 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Inveraray
... front of my 12 year old daughter, the staff put me at ease and ensured I was ok all throughout the ride, however after just 10 minutes I had relaxed and could enjoy the wonderful experience and stunning scenery.
My sister-in-law and I went on a 2 hour trek on the lovely Amber and Harris, who were very well behaved and patient with us!

Lyle Hill

Greenock, UK 20.6 mi away
#1 of 31 things to do in Greenock
Even if you are just visiting for the day on a cruise ship don’t miss a trip up the Lyle Hill to see the views across the Clyde ; worth the walk up via the west end then back down via the battery park and the Espl...
Fantastic area and stunning views over the River Clyde easy to get to either in foot or local bus service or taxi it a must for photographic pictures.