We have had a wonderful week in Glenfruin Lodge. Everything was perfect and Alison & Craig were very welcoming – it is a great base to explore Loch Lomond and the Trossachs. We ad an amazing time kayaking on Loch Lomond from Luss, and enjoyed many walks, including the Loch Ard Sculpture trail, THE Ardess History trail, The Dear Hill and
Fairy Knowe trail in Aberfoyle, as well as climbing Ben Lomond- hard work but worth it for the beautiful views.
We had a lovely meal at The Oak Tree Inn …. Balmaha and the Boathouse Restaurant Cameron House by Loch Lomond.
We have had a fantastic holiday and hope to return again soon.
Thank you !
Katie & David
Cheshire & St Andrews Fife
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