Mansefield House, situated in the picturesque shores of Loch Long, is a fine Grade B listed Victorian house. Full of character and original features and offers a comfortable, homely accommodation. Set in its own grounds and close by village amenities and set to showcase expansive highland scenery too. Mansefield House is a warm and homely house perfectly suited to families with young children, groups of friends celebrating a special occasion or reunion, ideally suited for those wanting a base whilst enjoying Hidden Adventures bespoke canoeing and hill trekking days out.. Well behaved pets are extremely welcome.Sleeps 10 + 2 in 4 double bedrooms and 1 twin room. Ground floor double bedroom with en-suite shower room. Upstairs, twin room with 2 additional guest beds. Double bedroom with en-suite shower room and stunning loch views. Family sized double with loch views (and cot), and double bedroom. Family bathroom with roll top bath, two en suite shower rooms, separate WC.
January 1st 2019, the Loch is calm and the sun is shining. What a way to start the year with a refreshing walk around Luss village. Well, that’s what 45 people enjoyed after their New Year celebrations at The Lodge on Loch Lomond Hotel, the largest number we’ had to date.
Two walks were conducted by historic guide, Archie Waters, visiting some of the main attractions at Luss. The pictures below show some of the group walking along the beech, with Ben Lomond (Beacon Hill) in the background and the other the Viking Hogg Backed Stone in the graveyard.
This part of Scotland has a fantastic historical heritage featuring well known icons such as Saint Kessog, Robert the Bruce and Rob Roy. The groups enjoyed hearing about them all but also found the less likely heroes – the Loch Lomond Wallabies – just as intriguing.
A very enjoyable start to the year!