Loch Lomond Shores
Loch Lomond Shores opened its doors in 2002 and has become an outstanding visitor destination, offering a wide range of indoor, outdoor and water based activities alongside great shopping, eating and events for all the family. Perfectly Located just a 15 minute scenic walk from the Waterhouse Inn, Balloch.
Whether you’re looking for big brand names or unique one-off shops, you’ll find a selection of stores located in the Retail Crescent at Loch Lomond Shores including; Jenners, a House of Fraser department store, offers designer fashion brands, beauty, home accessories and the unmissable Valvona & Crolla food hall that offers the very best Scottish products.
The beauty of the loch can be admired whilst enjoying a meal in one of the many resaurants and cafes in the Loch Lomond Shores. The aptly named, The Balcony Bar and Grill, is one of the great restaurants in which you can enjoy your meal outisde over-looking the loch. However, if the weather means its more suitable to be inside, the view can still be apprecited with the floor to ceiling windows boasted by Café Zest at Jenners.
The Loch Lomond shores is the focal point of the south of the loch but has lots more near by. Adjacent to the Shores is Drumkinnon Tower, which is home to the Loch Lomond Aquarium, the first new Sea Life Centre to be built in the UK for 10 years. Attractions at the aquarium include touch pools, ray tanks and a tropical ocean tunnel. For more animal action, there is also the Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre.
For those that want to experience Loch Lomond and the beautiful countryside surrounding it, there are plenty of trails throughout the Loch lomond and Trossachs National Park. Also, the more active options of; bike, pedal boat, segway and canoe hire services are all available on the beach.
Loch Lomond Shores also plays host to great events throughout the year including the busy farmers’ markets on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month. There is a wedding open Day at the end of the month on the 28th September.