Experience Cruise Loch Lomond with MyHotelBreak

Myhotelbreak recently wrote a blog on Cruise Loch Lomond and this is what they had to say about us!

“If you’re looking for the ideal weekend away or overnight stay then you’re in good hands with myhotelbreak. Breaks in the country, city exploration, or a place by the beach, we have the hotel that suits everyone. We know what makes a good hotel break but what else adds to the whole experience? A perfect weekend away is even more memorable with having great attractions and amenities close to where you’re staying.

If you’re looking to stay in or around Loch Lomond this year then make sure you take time out to sample Cruise Loch Lomond. The family owned business is celebrating four decades in Loch Lomond this year so there’s no better time to experience this beautiful, scenic and historic part of Scotland.

The cruise boats sitting pretty on Loch Lomond.

Whether you’re looking for hotels in Loch Lomond or just here for the day, Cruise Loch Lomond is a must visit attraction as you get to see the area from a different perspective exploring hidden gems tucked away in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.

Experience 7 miles of the West Highland Way with our Rambler Cruise

Cruise Loch Lomond has a fleet of 8 vessels that offer an exciting diversity of cruises for groups and independent visitors. In recent times they’ve developed and evolved the service by offering soft adventures on or around the Loch with cruise and walking and cruise and cycling combinations.

The cruise tours depart from various location around the Loch as well as Tarbet & Luss.

Options with Cruise Loch Lomond

EXPLORE CRUISES: See Loch Lomond the best way by sailing to the opposite shore of the Loch or to Inchcailloch Island with the Island Explorer cruise. Take a short walk while ashore, enjoy lunch in a local pub or when the nicer weather hits then spend time with a picnic on the beach. May is a particularly good time to visit as the island is covered in a carpet of bluebells!

The beautiful village of Luss is a great place to spend a few hours with lovely walks, a picturesque beach and lots of lovely cafes and restaurants.

Rambler: Cruise to the eastern shore of Loch Lomond from Tarbet. Explore and experience the West Highland Way between Inversnaid and Rowardennan. Don’t worry you won’t have to walk the 80 odd miles to Fort William, its only 7 miles!

Ben Hike: If you fancy striking views from one of Scotland’s most southerly Munro’s then Cruise Loch Lomond offers a morning departure from Tarbet to Rowardennan.

Cruise / Cycle combo: Cycle hire is available in Tarbet where you can cycle the 9 miles to Luss along the West Loch Lomond Cycle path and return via the 4.15pm cruise back to Tarbet.

The cycle ride from Tarbet to Luss is perfect for families with just 9 miles to ride and no hills!

These are just some of the fantastic itinerary options available with Cruise Loch Lomond. Whether you’re staying nearby in one of our hotels or taking the 45 minute car journey from Glasgow, Cruise Loch Lomond needs to be experienced this year”

Please get in touch with Cruise Loch Lomond or myhotelbreak.com for your 15% discount on all CCL cruises.

Contacts :

Website : www.cruiselochlomond

Email: stuart@cruiselochlomond.co.uk

Tel: 01301 702 356

Website : Myhotelbreak.com

Tel: 01357 529 129




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