Family & Business Guests
Lochinvar is very centrally and conveniently located in central Scotland and is the ideal place to stay for visiting many great tourist attractions. The nearest train station is less than a five minute drive with regular trains running between Edinburgh & Glasgow.
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As we are well located within the central belt of Scotland access to the M8 motorway is only a 10 minute drive, the M9 is a 20 minute drive and the nearest railway station is only a mere 5 minute drive with regular trains running to both Edinburgh and Glasgow.
If you are a business guest and require access to printing, photocopying, any office facilities, please do not hesitate to ask as these can all be made readily available.
Ample & secure parking is available for cars, vans and heavy goods vehicles if required with 24hour CCTV in operation.
Lochinvar is a great rural location for families with many attractions nearby to visit. Listed below is a selection of those most popular and we are happy to recommend many more depending on what you are looking for:
Now recognised as Scotland's Theme Park, With 5 terrifying white-knuckle rides, over 20 kids' rides, 18 hole miniature golf, 'glow in the dark' indoor bowling, a massive indoor complex including a gigantic soft play area, bars and restaurants and My Pawfect Bear Factory.
You can also discover AMAZONIA, Scotland's only indoor tropical rainforest packed with exotic animals, birds and creepy crawlies! Why go anywhere else? It's out of this world.
The Time Capsule is Scotland’s Ice Rink & Waterpark and it’s no coincidence it’s one of the top visitor attractions in the country. Why – because it is amazing fun for all the family.
Windy Edge Riding School
Windy Edge Riding School has horses to suit all ages and abilities, as well as having both indoor and outdoor schools with plenty mainly off-road hacking or pony trekking. Riding lessons are made enjoyable and fun, ensuring you want to return for more.
Easter Moffat Golf Club has all the facilities to make a visit truly memorable - a comfortable and well-appointed bar serving snacks and meals, visitors' changing facilities room, and showering facilities. Visitors are also welcome to use the putting green and practice facilities.
Hillend Loch, by Caldercruix in North Lanarkshire, is one of Scotland's premier trout fishing locations. Established over 200 years ago as a reservoir for the Forth and Clyde Canal, the loch has become naturalised over the years and is fringed by mature woodland, moorland and meadow. The loch can be fished in many ways including fly, bait and spinner from the banks and wading, and fly only from boats which can be hired. The relatively shallow nature of the loch makes it ideal for fly fishing. The Loch has exceptionally good access for anglers of all abilities, with tarmac paved paths to level concrete fishing stages on the south side.