Balmaha Lodges

Main Street, Balmaha, G63 0JQ

Ideally located on the shores of Loch Lomond
Balmaha Lodges ideally located on the shores of Loch Lomond are the perfect base for you and your family as you discover all Scotland has to offer.

Each self catering lodge has been decorated to the highest standards, our emphasis on detail allows for you and your guests to enjoy a luxurious and comfortable stay.

Balmaha Lodges offers pet-friendly accommodation and is well suited for bringing your loved pet on holiday with you.

Balmaha Lodges provides accommodation with free private parking, as well as access to a hot tub.

A flat-screen TV with DVD player, private bathroom with free toiletries, and a kitchen with dishwasher are featured in certain units.

The lodge offers a children's playground.

If you would like to discover the area, hiking, cycling and canoeing are possible in the surroundings.
A warm welcome awaits at Balmaha Lodges, ideally located on the shores of Loch Lomond, is an essential stop of West Highland Way walkers, home to our National Park Visitor Centre and a great base for climbing Conic Hill and exploring the island on Inchanilloch. Make one of our lodges your base as you discover all Scotland has to offer.

Balmaha Village is a popular sightseeing destination that's steeped in history. Enjoy the tranquil shores and panoramic Loch Lomond views.

Only 29 miles from Glasgow Airport (45 minutes drive); 57 miles from Edinburgh Airport (1 hour drive); 25 miles to Stirling Castle (25 minutes drive)

Things to Do near Balmaha

Conic Hill
The Conic Hill is an extremely popular site visited by thousands of hill walkers every year. Conic Hill is a sharp little summit rising above Balmaha. Right on the Highland Boundary Fault, this short hill walk offers truly fantastic views over Loch Lomond and its many islands. The walk begins from the huge car park in the centre of Balmaha, which also has an information centre. The path leaves from the very back of the car park close to an information board. It immediately divides at a T-junction; turn right here along the track, and at the next junction turn left onto a path; this section of the walk is marked by the Thistle symbols of the West Highland Way.

Inchailloch Island
Less than a 10min boat ride out to Inchcailloch island but is a lovely way to get out on the Loch. The island itself has three walking routes. There is an old graveyard to visit. It is worth taking on the steeper walking route up to the peak of the island as this offers views over Loch Lomond and to Ben Lomond and other mountains beyond.. A wonderful quiet and peaceful nature reserve. Enjoy waymarked walks with spectacular views. Compost toilets and a picnic area with barbeque stands. Camping by arrangement with national park rangers.

Tom Weir Statue
This statue is such a nice tribute to the iconic hill walker and Scottish celebrity Tom Weir. Tom was a famous walker, writer and broadcaster. He lived by Loch Lomond and was a wonderful advocate for walking and hiking in Scotland. The statue is placed directly across from the Balmaha Lodges entrance , by the loch side in picture perfect Balmaha. Whilst visiting Balmaha, it can't be missed.

Sweeny Cruises
This one-hour circular tour of Loch Lomond's South basin enjoys views of the magnificent Ben Lomond and passes a number of Loch Lomond's stately homes and castles along the shoreline. Venture out towards Inchmurrin Island- the largest of Loch Lomond's 33 islands and home to the ancient remains of Lennox Castle, which in the 14th century sheltered a fugitive Robert the Bruce before he was to become King of Scotland.

National Visitor Centre, Balmaha
The visitor centre is based in the pretty village of Balmaha, one of the most popular locations in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Set on the east side of the iconic Loch Lomond and at the foot of Conic Hill on the famous West Highland Way, it offers stunning woodlands, water and mountains. The Centre also has internet access, children's activities, a play area and public toilets.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Balcony
  • Bathtub
  • Children Welcome
  • Children's Play Area
  • Dishwasher
  • Dog Friendly
  • DVD Player
  • Hot Tub
  • Mountain View
  • Off Road Parking
  • Open Fire
  • Sea/Lake/Loch View
  • Shower
  • Sleeps up to 2
  • Sleeps up to 4
  • Sleeps up to 5
  • Sleeps up to 8
  • Sun Terrace/Patio/Decking
  • TV
  • Well Equipped Kitchen


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