Brimming with detail and character, this is a dream property for art history buffs and architecture enthusiasts.
Loch Lomond Manor is a unique historic National Monuments house constructed between 1901 and 1902. It was built by a husband and wife team, Alexander and Maggie, who were part of the Glasgow boys and Glasgow girls’ group of painters, needlewomen, architects and artisans. As a result, the house was often filled with artists, their influence is still visible today through the many individual feature artworks and tapestries which adorn the walls of the manor house.
The house is perfect for families wanting a luxurious yet distinguished base while visiting the vast and varied delights of the local area, play some golf, walk the banks of Loch Lomond or make some day trips to the Highlands and beyond. Loch Lomond Manor is located in a truly privileged position, located in the upper part of Helensburgh with beautiful views over the Clyde and beyond to Argyll. Situated at the start of the highland train line, it’s possible to take day trips to Oban and Fort William or if you fancy, day trips to Glasgow or Edinburgh by train. While Loch Lomond is no more than five minutes over the hill.
The house itself boasts buckets of character and charm across its five individual turrets, with beautiful period features throughout from tapestries in the drawing room to some of the largest bathtubs you will ever see! Loch Lomond Manor is both formal and welcoming. Staying in this house you will experience the golden age of British architecture – Edwardian Scotland – with all its charms.
The Manor can comfortably accommodate up to 12guests across its six beautifully-appointed double bedrooms. On the ground floor is the spacious entertaining area, guests will enjoy an after-walk game of chess in the elegant drawing room while the dining room is the perfect space for the whole group to gather and reflect on all the memorable highlights and adventures of the day. The six handsome bedrooms and the sumptuous bathrooms can be found upstairs on the first floor.
Loch Lomond Manor makes a fabulous choice for those travelling with children, with extensive gardens and a fabulous tree swing, there is so much fun for all the family on offer.
from £5,108 per week
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