Wood Burning Stove

Spa Bath

Sofa Bed

2 People

2 + 2 People

Glenfruin Lodge

A modern spacious ground floor apartment with oak wooden floors throughout and under floor heating it offers an ideal relaxing country get away.
The spacious lounge has a wood burning stove and sofa bed, the bathroom has both a power shower and deep roll top whirlpool bath. 

Glenfruin Lodge is all at ground floor level, although it is one step high at the front door. Heated by under floor heating it has electric heaters for top up heat and a wood burning stove in the lounge. Patio doors in the bedroom open out onto a patio area with garden chairs and table and BBQ (coal not included).

The secluded enclosed garden has a small steam running through it with a bridge, picnic table and washing line. The Lodge’s garden is located to the side of Crosskeys House who have a cat, so I’m afraid we can’t accommodate dogs.

We do however welcome dogs in Crosskeys Cottage. There is parking for 2 cars in a shared courtyard which also has a small stream running along it’s boundary.

Local amenities such as supermarkets, petrol, sports centre, pubs and restaurants are available in both Helensburgh (3 miles), Balloch (4 miles), Dumbarton (10 miles) and various locations along the loch side.

Glenfruin Lodge

Included in your stay is all electricity and heating, bed linen and towels. A cot is also available on request. Logs and coal for the fire can be provided at a cost of £15 per basket (Oct – March).


Electric hob and oven, washer/dryer, slimline dishwasher, microwave, toaster, kettle and fridge/freezer

Dinning table & chairs, 3 seater sofa bed (for +2) and 2 seater sofa, 32′ wide screen TV with Freesat and DVD player, wood burning stove. A large cupboard provides good storage and an area for outdoor coats and boots.

Beds can be made up as either a twin or super king size, wardrobe and patio doors out to the garden area

separate shower enclosure, WC and hand basin, heated towel rail and large whirlpool bath.

Things to do

Historical sites

Historic Scotland (Historic Environment Scotland) offer ‘Explorer Tickets’ that enable you to visit multiple sites over a number of days to save on entry fees if visiting more than one […]

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The Duke’s Pass – starts at Aberfoyle

Regarded as one of Britain’s best drives, the A821 road between Aberfoyle and Loch Achray leads you through some of the most scenic parts of the iconic Trossachs landscape.https://forestryandland.gov.scot/visit/forest-parks/queen-elizabeth-forest-park/dukes-pass

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The Falkirk Wheel – 12 miles south of Stirling

The World’s first and only rotating boat lift. Completed in 2002 the huge Falkirk wheel re-connects the Fourth & Clyde and Union canals after the 11 original lock gates were […]

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