Transport your party to an idyllic woodland setting at Stuckgowan House, a striking Gothic 1820s home brought into the 21st century with gorgeous, carefully detailed renovations. Large parties looking for luxury group accommodation in Loch Lomond will enjoy luxuriating in the open-air 7-seater hot tub with a bottle of wine (or three) while looking out onto stunning views of Loch Lomond, or make merry in the games room or cinema room.
With a breakfast bar and window seating area that holds 14, the kitchen is big enough to accommodate lavish breakfasts or late-night gatherings. There’s also a study, a gym, kids-ready gear and a host of other thoughtful details to make your stay in this unmatched location incredible and very convenient. Easy access to the house from Glasgow airport, or from the train station at Balloch Station or Tarbet makes this lovely home the ideal getaway for luxury group accommodation in Loch Lomond.
Nestled in woodlands that boast one of the tallest Sequoias in Scotland, the home’s bedrooms are fittingly named after trees found on the estate.
Ground Floor Rooms:
No luxury group accommodation in Loch Lomond would be complete without a Sitting Room that has an open fire and views over the Loch.
Dining Room also with views over the Loch.
Study – A cosy, book-lined room with a wood-burning stove and gorgeous views of the grounds and the Loch.
Large Kitchen and pantry.
Lower Ground Floor Rooms:
Cinema Room – We’ve brought the big screen to you: 126-inch screen with surround sound and an extensive film library plus X-Box, DVD/BluRay, and internet access, Kinect, mood lighting and cosy sofas and bean bag chairs to sink into.
Games Room – With pool table and handcrafted bar.
Children’s Playroom – Little hands will find plenty to stay busy with here. There’s also a sink and an extra fridge.
Gym – Work off yesterday’s libations with a round of Pilates or free weights.
Ground Floor Bedrooms:
Bedroom 1 (Sequoya): Four-poster king bed with en-suite bathroom with shower, sink, water closet and sprawling bath designed to allow two bathers to recline side by side, as well as a shower cubicle.
Bedroom 2 (Chestnut): Twin bedrooms with teak sleigh beds and en-suite bathroom with shower, teardrop bath, double sinks and water closet.
First Floor Bedrooms:
There are two staircases, one of which is located near the kitchen and this leads to:-
Bedroom 3 (Lime): Double bedroom with a king double bed. Shares a bathroom with Rowan. Bathroom includes a bath, shower, wash hand basin and water closet.
Bedroom 4 (Rowan): A twin room with 2 solid teak beds. Shares a bathroom (see above) with Lime.
The main staircase which leads to a wonderful galleried landing provides access to the remaining bedrooms, as follows:
Bedroom 5 (Silver Birch): Double bedroom with a silver-framed king bed.
Bedroom 6 (Copper Beach): Double bed with a huge circular bed set under an impressive angled ceiling. This room also has a small freestanding copper slipper bath.
Bedroom 7 (Douglas Fir): A double bedroom with a king bed plus a single bed.
Bedroom 8 (Oak): Double bedroom with king bed and a small chaise longue that can function as a children’s bed (also suitable for adults under 5’2)
Bedroom 9 (Monterey Pine): Double bedroom with a king bed and a larger chaise longue/children’s bed (also suitable for adults under 5’2)
The first floor (adjacent to Oak and Monterey Pine) also includes a bathroom with teardrop bath, shower cubicle, wash hand basin and water closet, and two shower rooms with large walk-in showers.
Feel like a character in A Midsummer Night’s Dream as you party the night away on the outdoor terrace, which seats 16 for al fresco meals or twinkling cocktail hours. There’s a charcoal barbeque and a Midge Buster (available April through September). Electric entrance gates and ample parking. 34 acres of land home to The Coast Redwood – the joint tallest tree in Scotland and the Monterey Pine to name a few. Doesn't this just sound like your ideal getaway for luxury group accommodation in Loch Lomond?