Ardoch Lodge.. because we believe some secrets are meant to be shared

Self catering log cabins in Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park in central Scotland.

Ardoch Lodge is an idyllic retreat of 12 acres surrounded by spectacular scenery in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Whether you stay here for the whole of your holiday never getting into your car or use our central location as a base to explore this beautiful part of Scotland you will have an excellent holiday.

We have two log cabins available for self-catering holidays. The south facing views are spectacular with the nearby hills, swathed in forest, seen against a background of the more distant and rugged peaks of Ardnadave and Ben Vane.

Within the grounds guests can wander the paths through the water meadow, along the river and into the walled garden. For walkers there are loch side paths, forest tracks and munros. For the cyclists there are many trails including Sustran route 7.


The log cabins are set in a wooded area some distance from the house with car parking space next to each cabin. Our log cabins are furnished and equipped to the highest standards, they are well heated making them comfortable at any time of the year.

Each accommodates four and has two bedrooms, bathroom, living room and a kitchen area with a picnic table outside. Freezer, fridge, oven, flat screen TV with DVD, hi-fi, appletv hairdryer are provided in addition to the basic equipment. They are serviced before you arrive, beds made up and towels provided. WiFi internet access is also provided.

Please contact us for up to date availability. We will hold a reservation for seven days pending receiving confirmation and a deposit of one third (full amount if within four weeks). Payment may be made by some credit cards.

If you would like to book a log cabin, please fill out the booking form which can be found here and send us the completed form.


The Hillside


The Woodside



“WOW, what an amazing place to stay. The log cabin at Ardoch Lodge way surpassed our expectation, it was just stunning!” Kathy NZ