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Inchmurrin Island Inchmurrin is the largest & most southerly island in Loch Lomond. At 113 ha it is also the largest inland island in the UK. Along with the islands of Creinch, Torrinch & Inchcailloch, Conic Hill to the east and Ben Buie to the south west, Inchmurrin forms part of the Highland Boundary Fault Line. The island is 1.5 miles long & 1/2 a mile wide. Inchmurrin is owned and managed by the Scott family, 3 generations of whom live & work on the island.

Our self-catering accommodation is popular with water-sports enthusiasts and those simply wishing to relax and get away from the hustle & bustle of life on the mainland. We also provide summer moorings and winter boat storage as well as running a small sheep farm. A real get-away-from-it-all! Feeling like our batteries are re-charged after just a weekend, the Ben had everything we could need.
Highlights

read more › A detached, cedar clad cottage on the west side of the island, with private sundeck, garden & beach. It's an ideal spot to enjoy a drink in the evening & watch the sun set over the surrounding hills. The original hunting lodge on Inchmurrin, with beautiful views south over Loch Lomond. The Lodge is right by the water, where guests can berth at the jetty or be picked up by the island ferry. 3 apartments are situated on the east side of the island, adjacent to the restaurant & bar. All have direct access to lawned garden, beach & jetties, with plenty of space to berth boats, beach canoes and store kit such as windsurfers and paddleboards all ready to go.

read more › Payments are accepted in Pounds Sterling, either by bank transfer or by credit/debit card. If cancelled over 6 weeks before arrival date, deposit will be refunded minus 100 per property. If cancelled 3-6 weeks before arrival date, 50% of monies paid will be refunded per property. If cancelled 1-3 weeks before arrival date, 25% of monies paid will be refunded per property. If a cancellation is made within 6 weeks of arrival, IIC will re-open the dates for booking. If the full dates are re-booked, the Guest who has cancelled will be re-imbursed their full amount minus 100 per property.

read more › Learn how to manipulate your stitches to make a wingspan inspired scarf or short shawl. Whether you are into knit or crochet you can make a similar project - it's all about the numbers. For the crochet it's all about changing the height of stitches with a spot of increasing and decreasing. For the knit we focus on short row shaping, casting on and casting off to make the zig zag edge. Please note: This workshop is suitable for those who can knit & purl with ease and can work basic crochet stitches.

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