Lodge on Loch Lomond Hogmanay Gala Dinner & Party
There really is nowhere better to spend Hogmanay than the bonnie, bonnie banks of Loch Lomond and our Hogmanay Extravaganza won’t disappoint!
Bring in 2023 on the bonnie banks with our Hogmanay Gala Dinner at the Lodge which includes:
- Glass of Champagne and Canapés
- 4 Course Dinner and Coffee
- House Champagne at Midnight to toast the bells
- Ceilidh and Disco
- Deposit £25.00pp a at the point of booking.
- 25% non refundable deposit to book and full balance payment due by 30th November 2022.
- All deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable.
- The Hogmanay Gala Dinner is formal wear.
- Private tables are not guaranteed and guests may be seated with other parties attending the event.
- Not suitable for children under 12.
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New Year’s Eve traditions in Scotland
Many of Scotland’s seasonal customs at Christmas and Hogmanay are traditional in the truest sense. Not only are they very old, but they are, in the main, rather unorthodox. First-footing describes the arrival of your first guest on New Year’s Day. A tall, dark male bearing various gifts is said to bring the most good fortune to a house; fair-haired males and females are traditionally considered unlucky. Take the long-standing custom of fireball swinging in Stonehaven, the transformation of Kirkwall into a football-related battlefield, or the aptly-titled Loony Dook in the Firth of Forth (which, to be fair, isn’t actually that old, having only been set up in 1987): odd rituals such as these reveal an abundance of the sort of festive spirit that can make Hogmanay in Scotland for visitors and locals alike so enjoyable be it on Loch Lomond or around the country.