The wonderfully unspoilt area of Loch Lomond, Stirling & the Trossachs is surprisingly easy to get to. Here is a general guide, and see below for details of how to get to the hotel.
From the south, there are excellent motorway links. Routes from the south are the M74 from Carlisle or the A1 from Newcastle. From the North Stirling can be reached via the A9, A90 and A82 main routes.
Within the area you'll discover good main routes and delightful country lanes. To plan your journey try the AA Route Planner or RAC Route Planner.
National coach services run to many of the larger towns in the area, from where you can link with local services. Useful contact details for national services are:
National Express - Telephone 08705 80 80 80 Scottish Citylink Buses - Telephone 08705 50 50 50
There are good mainline rail links to most parts of the area on both the east and west coast lines. These services also link with local bus and ferry timetables. Most rail services within our area are operated by Scotrail . For information on rail services to Scotland try Virgin Trains or Great North Eastern Railways
Or phone the National Rail Enquires Hotline on 08457 48 49 50
There are national and international flights to Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports, both of which are located on the fringes of the area. For flights to Scotland from elsewhere in the UK try:
Easyjet - Telephone 0870 6 000 000
Ryan Air - Telephone 0870 1 569 569
British Midland - Telephone 0870 60 70 555
British Airways - Telephone 0845 7733377
British Airways also offer local connections to Tiree, Islay and Campbeltown.
Car and passenger ferries serve the west coast islands, as well as many mainland destinations. Ferry services are offered by:
Caledonian MacBrayne - Telephone 08705 650000
Western Ferries - Telephone 01369 704452
The new continental ferry service between Zeebrugge and Rosyth means that visitors from throughout Europe can now come direct to Scotland - see www.superfast.com (link is external) or phone 0870 23 40 870 for further details.