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Lomond

1. Loch. a lake in W Scotland, north of Glasgow: the largest Scottish lake; designated a national park in 2002. Length: about 38 km (24 miles). Width: up to 8 km (5 miles)
2. See Ben Lomond
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But that was before someone said Argyll Holidays had renovated what they call "lodges" at Loch Lomond Holiday Park complete with outdoor hot tubs.
The Birmingham deal sees Lomond take on both the John Shepherd Lettings and Marwood Homes Estate Agents brands across four branches in the city whilst retaining the local expertise of Richard Crathorne and Gary Black.
Lomond is now responsible for managing a residential property portfolio of 8,700 properties worth PS1.
We were staying at the Loch Lomond Arms Hotel in the pretty little village of Luss, right on the banks of the tranquil loch.
Visits to Edinburgh and Stirling, a cruise on Loch Lomond, Queen of the Scottish Lochs, and tours of the breathtaking Trossachs and Highlands are just some of the highlights awaiting you.
Picture yourself soaking up the atmosphere of this 18th century Inn near Loch Lomond, sitting beside the roaring log fire and planning your day's exploration of the surrounding beautiful Trossachs countryside with many castles, gardens and city attractions within easy reach.
And a biker died on Friday morning after colliding with a lorry as he rode close to Loch Lomond.
TAKE the beautiful coastal route north from Newcastle, bypassing Edinburgh, to the eastern coast of Loch Lomond and you'll find a stunning resort on the banks of one of Scotland's most famous stretches of water.
Previous evidence has suggested an association between consumption of unfiltered water from Loch Lomond, Scotland, and cryptosporidiosis.
The Journal has teamed up with Loch Lomond Waterfront to offer an exclusive 25% off deal on late bookings of their luxury lodges for Journal readers.
YOU'LL take the high road and I'll take the low road - and we'll all be in Loch Lomond together.