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Water sports retreat on the banks of Loch Lomond

Argyll Holidays unveils new waterfront lodges

The bonnie banks of Loch Lomond are the perfect escape for water sports fanatics and Argyll Holidays has just unveiled brand new exclusive waterfront lodges in its holiday park.

With a range of activities on offer, from sailing facilities that cater to yachtsmen of all standards to its thriving windsurfing and kayaking community, a break at Loch Lomond is ideal for adrenalin junkies and beginners.

The loch is also home to many extreme water based activities such as water skiing and wake boarding and people can brave the waters to take part in open water swimming.

If you’d rather be on land, there is plenty of hill walking – the Arrochar Alps has four Munros and six Corbetts – and Ben Lomond is only a few minutes away by boat.

The beautifully furnished Lomond Royal Lodges offer the perfect accommodation for water sports lovers and have been designed to a luxury standard. The traditional holiday home exterior contrasts the modern interior and there is an abundance of space for entertaining.

The four-bedroom Waterside Lomond Royal Lodge can sleep up to eight people, with two double rooms and two twin rooms. With a large living and dining area, a multi-room sound system and a wine cooler – it’s perfect for relaxing with friends or family after a day on the water. Each bedroom has an ensuite shower room and the lodge is well equipped for all seasons with an electric fire and central heating. Four-night stay at the lodge from £914.40.

The smaller three-bedroom Waterside Lomond Royal Lodge can sleep up to six people. Both double bedrooms have an ensuite shower room and there is a separate family bathroom. The lodge is equipped for relaxed entertaining as the kitchen is fitted with a dishwasher and fridge freezer. The living area is the perfect place to unwind and with French doors opening onto the balcony, the room is flooded with natural light. Four-night stay at the lodge from £777.60.

The outside space makes these lodges the ultimate escape, with large wraparound balconies and decking areas. Both lodges feature a luxury hot tub, with panoramic views of Loch Lomond, where visitors can breathe in the fresh air and watch the world go by.

The interior of the lodges has been designed to fit perfectly with the stunning surroundings. By pairing earthy woods and a contrast of fabrics in gentle creams and greys, the designers have created an inviting haven.

If you’re looking for a watersports retreat with the opportunity to explore Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, book your break at www.argyllholidays.com or call 0345 459 6412.

About the author: Dan Tye

Dan came up with the idea for Adventure 52 after meeting so many like-minded people who love all kinds of adventure activities. He started out as pilot in the RAF, has worked as a ski instructor and has spent the past 12 years as an editor and journalist for motorcycling, aviation and adventure magazines.