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Loch Lomond shopping includes shops such as Jenners at Loch Lomond Shores, Balloch and shopping outlets at Loch Lomond Galleries. Buy traditional Scottish quality products at various Scottish Wool Centres and gift shops around Loch Lomond

 


Loch Lomond Shores,
Balloch

Antartex Village,
Alexandria

Lomond Galleries,
Alexandria

Scottish Wool Centre,
Aberfoyle

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Trossachs Woollen
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Lagavulin Bistro, Loch Lomond Galleries

The Lagavulin Bistro is a family-run business where we serve freshly homemade great tasting food, from sweets and beverages to your old menu favourites. Open Monday to Saturday 0900-1730  (1715 for last food order).

Inverbeg Galleries

Internationally renowned Inverbeg Galleries are long established purpose built galleries on the 'bonnie banks' of Loch Lomond. Some recent developments have included upgraded gardens with picnic areas and three new gallery rooms allowing a substantial increase in displayed artwork as well as permitting expansion of our giftware selection. The newly installed ramps mean that the gallery is now fully accessible for people with prams and wheelchairs.

Argyll Auto Accessories

Car Accessories and motor vehicle parts in Alexandria. Located at  the Motor Museum on the lower ground floor of  Lomond Galleries in Alexandria near Loch Lomond  

Halo

Halo, a shop with a difference. Furniture Solid shesham, cream painted & screens Lighting Table lamps, chandeliers and lava lamps Gift wear Scented bags, perfume bottles, vases, clocks and much more Fashion Accessories (in every imaginable colour) Costume and silver gemstone jewellery, watches, velvet scarves and pashminas.

Dobbies Garden World

More than a garden centre and less than one hours drive away from Loch Lomond, Dobbies Garden Centres plc are the second largest garden centre chain in the UK, and the Glasgow branch in Milngavie has everything under one roof for that perfect gardener's day out.

Loch Lomond Shores, Balloch

Located in Balloch Lomond Shores is a principal gateway to Scotland’s first National Park. Lomond Shores is Scotland’s most spectacular visitor destination combining the beautiful environment with an outstanding mixture of leisure and shopping experiences overlooking the majesty of Loch Lomond at Balloch. A unique shopping environment, with an array of shops, restaurants and bars including Jenners, a long established department store. Lomond Shores is a must for anyone visiting the area.

The Scottish Wool Centre, Aberfoyle

The Scottish Wool Centre is a 4-star visitor attraction with daily free outdoor animal shows, including the Dog & Duck Show. Enjoy the menagerie of animals including miniature horses, various breeds of hens and sheep and an extensive selection of birds of prey. Inside, there is something for everyone with half price pure luxurious cashmere, ladies & mens clothing, plus our extensive Whisky & Food Hall. In the Ben Lomond Restaurant, you will find traditional home baking, mouthwatering Scottish dishes, traybakes and cakes served with PURO Fairtrade coffee.

Totally Tartan Kilt Makers

With over 60 years’ experience of kilt hire in the Loch Lomond area, Totally Tartan is perfectly positioned to provide you with the perfect outfit befitting a groom. At Totally Tartan we only hire from our own plentiful stock of outfits at our showroom situated within Lomond Galleries in Alexandria - a stone’s throw away from many of the top loch side venues. Meet our in house wedding specialist`s who will guide you through the various outfits and styles that are available, ensuring that you have the perfect outfit to compliment your bride.

Marks & Spencer, Milngavie

Located in Milngavie Precinct, this Marks & Spencer Simply Food store includes a bakery. Customer ordering services include clothing, flowers, cakes, Christmas hampers and turkeys. Collection by car service. Opening Hours: Mon - Fri 08:30 - 20:00; Sat 08:30 - 19:00; Sun 10:00 - 18:00

Lomond Galleries

Close to the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond, you can take the high road or the low road from Glasgow and be at this splendid and eye-catching building within 30 minutes. It was constructed in 1905 to house the Argyll Motor Works, then the world's largest car factory. At the time it was considered to be an extravagant folly by competitors, but now this ornate A-listed building of red sandstone and opulent marble is admired by all.

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