Loch Lomond is one of the best known of the Scottish lochs, and many would argue that its bonnie banks also offer the most perfect scenery. Situated in a grassy enclave amidst the tree-lined banks of the loch, Cashel has as much to offer sailors as it does walkers. Campers with their own boat are welcome to cast off for a leisurely sail, while everyone is able to take one of the regular loch cruises that explore the inlets and islands of Britains biggest expanse of inland water. Those who prefer to stay on dry land will find a number of Ranger-guided pursuits as well as the exceptional walking opportunities afforded by both the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park and the majestic Ben Lomond.
Nearby, Balloch Castle and Country Park offers a stunning location for a quiet, country stroll, while nearby Helensburgh offers the elegant architecture of a bygone age, including Charles Rennie MacKintoshs Hill House. Not to mention the finest ice cream we know of, at Dinos Radio Café on the promenade.
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Water Activities, Fishing