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Visited today on a recommendation and glad that I did. The setting is beautiful and the autumn colours were a welcome addition. Signalled for the ferry using their simple board system and had that and the island to myself for a bit. The staff members...More
Lake of Menteith is a majestic lake located in the Trossachs National Park in Scotland. There is small island in this lake that was used as a refuge for Mary Queen of Scots as an infant. Beautiful and tranquil. Jolly Chriss.
We visited the Lake of Menteith during a 5 day stay in Scotland. This is on trip you should think about doing.
We arrived just in time to get the boat to Inchmahone island where the priory is located. Our boatman gave a very detailed...More
We had a terrific introduction by our boatman, Brian, who has an amazingly complete understanding of the history of the island, the priory, the Menteith line and the general area. He gave us a fascinating account of what to expect and answered all of our...More
We spent a week in the Trossachs exploring and saw endless beautiful places, at a good time of year due to the trees turning lovely colours but the Lake of Menteith was breathtakingly lovely. Peaceful and good for walking nearby. We visited Inchmahome Priory too,...More
Ferry sits 12 people. Get there early as the last ferry is 4:15pm. The Priory is good. Read the signs and see the Abbey and ruins. Take a walk around the island. Last ferry leaves island at 5pm. Enjoy it!