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Langbank

This quaint village rests on the banks of the scenic River Clyde, within Renfrewshire and nearby to the metropolitan melting pot of Glasgow. The location offers visitors a wonderful, peaceful haven to enjoy the surrounding countryside, or travel to some of the larger nearby cities for a day trip. The views over the River Clyde, Ben Lomond and the Renfrewshire Hills are wonderful and make for a picture postcard like sight. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park is also within easy reach and presents ample opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. There are a number of fascinating sites of historical interest to visit in the local area, from the Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery, to exploring the Clydebuilt Maritime Heritage Centre.

We love Langbank because...

  • Overlooks River Clyde
  • Close to Glasgow
  • Access Loch Lomond
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Hotels
Hotels in Langbank
Gleddoch Hotel, Spa and Golf
Old Greenoch Road Langbank PA14 6YE

Set within 360 acres of landscaped gardens with its very own golf course and fully-equipped spa, this is a great choice for a countryside or tranquil retreat.

2 nights from
£149.00pp
Gleddoch Hotel, Spa and Golf
Old Greenoch Road Langbank PA14 6YE

Set within 360 acres of landscaped gardens with its very own golf course and fully-equipped spa, this is a great choice for a countryside or tranquil retreat.

In and around Langbank

Levengrove Park

This rolling grass park reaches down to the shores of the Clyde, overlooking the theatrical Dumbarton Rock and Castle. There are also a number of flamboyant flowering gardens as well as trees scattered throughout the park.

Dumbarton Castle

This dramatic castle is situated on craggy volcanic rock and commands spectacular views over the River Clyde. This location was once the ancient capital of the Kingdom of Strathclyde, and the castle saw continuous use for over 1,500 years! With visits from Merlin and the Mary Queen of Scots, frequent Viking raids and many more battles, skirmishes and sieges, which you can learn about at the castle.

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park

This gargantuan national park is a feather in the crown of Scotland, a place of truly phenomenal natural beauty and home to a wealth of activities, walks and cycle routes. The area provides a tranquil ecosystem to a number of wonderful species of animals, which include red squirrels, otters, Scottish wildcats and red deer. The park covers 720 square miles and incorporates craggy cliffs, rolling hills, sparkling lochs and lush grasslands.

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