Nestling on the edge of the historic village of Luss, the Lodge on Loch Lomond couldn’t be closer to one of the best-loved bodies of water in Scotland. Its stylish, intimate dinning room is situated directly by the water’s edge, offering tranquil, panoramic views from breakfast through to dinner, no matter the temperature outside.


Just 30 minutes’ drive from Glasgow, the Lodge is easy to reach. As well as its 47 plush guest bedrooms, there is a range of conference suites, well-equipped training rooms and banqueting facilities for up to 200 guests, making it an ideal spot for a wedding, inspiring event or business meeting. If the only business you intend to occupy yourself with is relaxation, the Lodge’s extension houses a charming leisure suite with pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and laconium – a detoxifying heat bath favoured during the golden age of the Roman Empire.


Located in the original Lodge building above Colquhoun’s bar and restaurant, the Classic Grahams rooms offer a more traditional experience while the nearby Corbett Rooms all have full glass-fronted balconies and a private two-person sauna. Also in the main building is the Carter Suite, the favoured accommodation of former US president Jimmy Carter. No less luxurious are the Cuillin Suites in the nearby extension.


Just as its decor is a contemporary take on the soft mauves and blues of the surrounding environment, food at The Lodge revitalises traditional local fare with unexpected, often delightful twists, such as the pistachio-roasted Speyside lamb. Produce from the village also features, such as duck eggs, foraged greens and potted salmon from the smokehouse. Now run by food and drink director Johnny Aitken, the service and quality at Colquhoun’s Waterfront Restaurant is as it is elsewhere at the Lodge – professional, friendly and warm.

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