Welcome to Loch Lomond & The Trossachs
The heart of central Scotland
Welcome to a region steeped in legend, folklore and history. Here you can climb high mountains, cruise deep lochs, relive the bravest battles or immerse yourself in modern art. The serene snow-capped peaks, glimmering lochs and sheltered forests have inspired great heroes and artists alike. Today the region perfectly blends the modern city life of Stirling, bustling creative towns and villages with some of the best natural scenery anywhere in Scotland with its first National Park.
From early Roman times to Scottish conflicts with the English you can discover the area where battles raged and blood was shed, where kings fell and national heroes rose. Experience the land of William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. Visit famous battlefields such as Bannockburn where 700 years ago Bruce's men drove Edward II's army homeward. Marvel at the sumptuous word of Stirling Castle's Royal Court and James V palace now refurbished with costumed interpreters bringing the Palace back to life.
Outdoors, enjoy walking and cycling in this paradise where golden eagles soar high above crashing waterfalls and red deer roam the dramatic mountain landscapes. The West Highland Way footpath follows the east side of Loch Lomond where you can see black grouse and hen harriers. On Loch Lomond itself you can experience an array of water sports including canoeing, windsurfing and sailing.
Tantalise your taste buds in the region which is home to delightful rural shops, splendid restaurants and superb breweries and distilleries. Whet your appetite with award-winning fresh seafood, local game and home-baking.
So, if you want to stay on a farm in Loch Lomond, search the Farm Stay website for properties.