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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.
Town and Country Coffee Shop is a fabulous, quaint coffee shop situated in the heart of Killearn village. Popular with locals and visitors alike, the coffee shop offers a selection of home baking and light lunches. Town and Country Designs also offers interior design consultancy and interior accessories shop. Open every day.
Come along to Misty Glen where you will be dazzled by the range of jewellery on display, complemented by a backdrop of beautiful art deco mirrors, wall art and hand-painted tiles You will also find pottery, glassware, bomb cosmetics and a host of other beautiful giftware.
Jewellery lines range from up-to the minute costume jewellery to Scottish designed silver by Ortak. Rosa Red is a very popular costume jewellery range from Glasgow, other lines include SEa Gems, 21st Century Silver, Black Gingers,pearls, amber and other gemstones.
Welcome to Loch Lomond's finest souvenir, jewellery and gift store
Established since 1996, you'll find a warm welcome from our friendly and professional staff making your shopping experience a real pleasure.
'We Have the Gift for Giving'
The Pink Gallery in Helensburgh near Loch Lomond is proud to host a varied collection of paintings by artists based both locally and selling internationally. Our portfolio includes Iain Carby, Margaret Latto and Joe Mclaughlin to name but a few. Call in and see us at the Pink Gallery in Helensburgh near Loch Lomond.
At Pavers Shoes, you can be sure of great value, high quality and superb comfort, together with savings of at least 30% off rrp on all your favourite top branded footwear such as Skechers, Fly Flot, Hush Puppies, Pierre Cardin, Jessica, Loretta, Timberland, Caterpillar and not to mention the amazing selection of own brands including Pavers, Pavers Wide, Pavers Adventure and Pavers Sport.
Hawkshead loves the Great British Outdoors!
We also love to offer people ranges of clothing, footwear and accessories which are designed for stylish, comfortable and practical performance to meet the demands of everyone from the seasoned adventurer to the weekend rambler, whatever the weather may hold. And we won’t forget our four-legged friends who will delight in the range of accessories and treats available.
Tam Craven is a Scottish writer and poet based in central Scotland. Following a near fatal accident whilst working in the construction industry, Tam Craven's life changed forever. Within a few years, his life began to take another direction and today, he is working on his eighteenth collection of poems and short stories.
Deeply inspired by the writings of Robert Burns, Tam's work takes a contemporary look at life in Scotland - often as it happens and always straight from the heart. Most of all, he enjoys making people laugh!
Discover a 250 year old mill from Scotland's textile and industrial heritage, complete with original waterwheel. Built in 1758, originally a flax mill producing the famous Kilmahog Rug, the site is now an established tourist shop with Harris Tweed, Countrywear, lambswool, Clan Tartan Centre, arans & cashmere, Highland dress and made-to-measure kilts, trousers and skirts.
Coffee shop open daily, serves the BIG BREAKFAST, snacks, hot meals and a variety of refreshments including PURO Fairtrade coffee.
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.