Two Hours Boating on Loch Lomond for £36 with Loch Lomond Boat Hire (£80 Value)
- Boats take four adults, or two adults and three children
- Departures 9am-11am daily
- Breathtaking location
- Family-run business
- On the banks of the loch
Groupon valid for 1 person, may buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. Available from 1st of July. Bookings required a minimum of 48 hours in advance. 72 hour cancellation policy. Refundable security deposit of £100 required. Valid 7 days a week. Maximum four adults per trip or two adults and three children. One reschedule permitted. All safety equipment and instruction provided.
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Doff a cap to cyclopean creativity with today's Groupon: for £36 instead of £80, get two hours of boating on Loch Lomond with
Loch Lomond Boat Hire.
Famed in Scottish folklore as the destination at the end of the high and the low roads as well as the location of a little known straw hat shop, Loch Lomond is now brought even closer to the citizens of Caledonia by the lakeside boating company, Loch Lomond Boat Hire. A family-business based on decades of intimate workings with the country's largest loch, Loch Lomond Boat Hire is more than just a venture for entertaining tourists. Fully invested in the maintenance and balance of the lochside ecosystem, guests are taken out on modern, low-emission craft, always encouraged to respect the surrounding environment.
Garrison-cap-wearing Groupon holders can tap their Tam o' Shanter and make a splash with two hours of boating on and around Loch Lomond. Taken out with a crew of fellow water-dwellers, explore the ins and outs of this most iconic of phenomena from the vantage point of its very centre. Framed by grand, soaring mountains and acres of dense forest and undergrowth, keep an eye out for Inchmurrin, the largest fresh water island in the British Isles as well as a host of native wildlife living along the shoreline. Guided by an experienced local coxswain, learn the difference between Inchcruin and Inchfad as well as discovering how Scotland gained its only colony of wild wallaby through the eccentric activities of Lady Colquhoun in the 1920s.