Welcome to The Trossachs... and The Loch Lomond National Park
If you are looking for a holiday in Scotland or even a short break,
then your visit would not be complete without including Stirling, Inveraray and The Trossachs and Loch Lomond National Park in your itinerary.
One of the most scenic areas in Scotland, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs are great places for a short break or a longer stay as there is so much to see and do. The National Park is also a great base to see other parts of Scotland too.
To book accommodation in a bed and breakfast, holiday cottage or a good Scottish Hotel or Inn then use our Free Accommodation Finder to help you make a choice of where to stay in Trossachs and around Loch Lomond.
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Loch Lomond and The Trossachs areas have many scenic Villages and Towns with great character and history with lots to see and places to visit.
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The Trossachs, sometimes known as "The Scottish Highlands in Minature" are situated on the physical boundary between the Highlands and the Lowlands of Scotland. Steeped in Scottish History, Legend and Myth and a landscape of Lochs, Glens and Mountains, the area is as popular a destination today as it was over 100 years ago when Queen Victoria and Sir Walter Scott came to the Trossachs and started a trend that has continued ever since.
2013: Scotland is renowned for breathtaking scenery and our unique natural heritage. 2013 is The Year of Natural Scotland and is a chance to highlight our great natural assets and celebrate our reputation as a country of outstanding beauty. Download a copy of the Events Brochure.
2014: Homecoming Scotland 2014 will reinforce Scotland’s position on the international stage as a dynamic and creative part of Great Britain. It will build on the benefits and opportunities offered by the Commonwealth Games and the Ryder Cup, both to be held in Scotland and will be a year-long coordinated programme of inspirational events.
For more information on these events and to find out about other events visit one of the Information Centres which are situated in Aberfoyle, Callander, Balloch and Drymen where books and maps can be obtained and lots of local advice will be available. Contact details for the Information Centres are on the Useful Links page which has many other links to assist visitors to the area.
Some Maps and Guides about Scotland can also be purchased in our online store.
Enjoy your stay