Garemount Lodge sunset
The accommodation
View from bedroom
Rhu village, one mile away


No SmokingCar parkCentral HeatingClose to airportCooking by electricityCots availableCyclists welcomeDrying facilitiesDVD PlayerFlush toiletGardenGolf course (nearby)Hair dryersHi-fi in all bedroomsInternet AccessIroning24 - hour laundryLinenMain electricity supplysports areaPets WelcomeRefrigeratorSatelliteElectric shaverShowerTelevisionWalkers welcome


Helensburgh,G84 8NP, 
Argyll & Bute, Scotland. 

Tel: 00 +44(0)1436 820780 


Self-catering accommodation adjoining attractive home in large garden, with lovely views across the Gareloch to the hills beyond.  Close to Loch Lomond and Helensburgh. Forty minutes to Glasgow Airport.  Perfect for couples. .

* Availability for the weeks commencing 9/4/16 at £350 per week*

  • On Cyde Sea Lochs Trail
  • Sleeps 2, with additional cot
  • Wireless Internet access 
  • No smoking throughout  
  • Dogs welcome (sorry, one only)   
  • On edge of Loch Lomond National Park and 50 minutes from Glasgow   
  • 4 Star Scottish Tourist Board grading
  • Rates from £290-£390 per week.  Off-season Short Breaks, £190-£240

Argyll and Bute is arguably Scotland’s most scenic county with excellent road and rail links to the rest of the country.  Garemount Lodge is an ideal base for exploring  – we’re on the Clyde Sea Lochs Trail, a mile from the Conservation village of Rhu (friendly pub, 2 hotels, post office, shop, sailing club), and half a mile from the Clyde Submarine Base at Faslane.


Helensburgh. four miles away, has two railway stations (to Glasgow and to Edinburgh, or north on the picturesque West Highland Line), and boasts many independent shops selling a wide variety of goods. There’s Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s masterpiece The Hill House, restaurants, golf, tennis, bowling, putting, a swimming pool, fitness centre, and a variety of pleasant walks.  The  Waverley, Britain’s last ocean-going paddle-steamer, sails from Helensburgh to the Kyles of Bute during the summer.


 The Loch Lomond National Park with its visitor centre, shops, and tourism attractions is nearby.  


 Glasgow, one of Europe’s top-destination cities, is 26 miles away.  It's a great city for retail therapy, plus museums, art galleries, restaurants, theatres, and impressive Victorian architecture.   Glasgow Airport is 20 miles away whilst Edinburgh is under two hours' drive.   


Less than an hour away, are the Trossachs (Rob Roy country) , Stirling  Castle, the  William Wallace Monument,  Blair Drummond Wild-Life Park, and Inveraray Castle (home of the Duke of Argyll). 


There’s sailing or paddle-boarding on the Gareloch, and Shandon Country Pursuits, a short walk away, offers horse-trekking, clay-pigeon shooting, off-roading, fishing, or archery.


 From your  windows, you might see deer in our garden, sailing boats on the Gareloch, or even a submarine enroute to the Clyde Submarine Base, half a mile away.