Loch Lomond Hotels
Our Corbett Rooms offer by the Lodge accommodation facility is located within the main Lodge building and all have beautiful Douglas Fir Balconies with amazing views over the loch. An ideal Loch Lomond Hotels experience.
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Room DescriptionThey offer all the same comfort and lodge style as the Grahams, but are larger in size with bigger baths, private saunas and lounge areas with sofa bed which pulls out to a full size single bed.
Area information by Trossachs.co.uk – Luss is situated on the western shores of Loch Lomond and was originally known as Clachan Dubh, ‘the dark village’. This is because of its mountain setting, the shade from the mountain means that there are less hours of daylight, in the winter time this is particularly noticeable. Luss is said to be derived from the gaelic ‘Lus’ (meaning a plant), though some believe that it is derived from the French word ‘Luce’, meaning ‘Lily’. Luss is perhaps most famous for appearing as a backdrop in television programmes, most notably the Scottish Soap Opera ‘Take The High Road’.