Waters Edge Cottage
B&B Loch Lomond
Scottish Tourist Board
B&B Guest House
Built approximately 150 years ago, Waters Edge Cottage is a charming B&B, which enjoys an idyllic location only a few yards from the western shore of the Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond. A truly tranquil and relaxing setting, the B&B offers its guests the ideal place to unwind and just let the world go by.
The Cottage has 4 B&B rooms, all enjoying spectacular views of the Loch, Ben Lomond and Balloch Castle Country Park. There is a comfortable, light and airy guest lounge, which is perfect for visitors to relax in and enjoy their surroundings. Additionally, there is a well-equipped utility room and a bright spacious breakfast room. The property is accessed via an electric gate, offering secure parking for all guest vehicles. A mature enclosed garden features large lawned areas, colourful flower and shrub beds and boasts a covered gazebo overlooking the loch, which guests can enjoy.
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Plenty to see and do
Waters Edge Cottage is within a short walking distance of The Cruin and both the Duck Bay and Cameron House Hotels. Loch Lomond Shores and Balloch town are a leisurely 30 mins walk or 5 mins drive away where pubs, restaurants, shops and tourist attractions can be found.
The village of Luss and the town of Helensburgh are also only a short drive away, whilst the city of Glasgow is easily reached by car or train. Should guests wish to take a Whisky Tour, Glengoyne and Auchentoshan Distilleries are within 30 minutes drive, whilst golf enthusiasts have The Carrick, Cameron House Wee Demon and Loch Lomond golf course close by.
If you fancy some history and a short walk up a hill, then visit Dumbarton Castle... a plug of volcanic basalt known as the Dumbarton Rock which is 240 feet high, towering over the town of Dumbarton. This wee town was the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Alclud, these days known as the county town of Dunbartonshire and with plenty of shops, restaurants and cafes.
If you have a head for heights maybe you should experience Loch Lomond Seaplanes and see our beautiful Loch and surrounding areas from the sky.
This is only but a sample of things to do here at Loch Lomond and no doubt we can suggest many other things when we meet and get talking.