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How to Find Us
Go past the Oak Tree Inn (keeping it to your left) and continue down the main road. Just past the Tom Weir statue (with the Loch on your left), you will see a red post box and a telephone box next to a bench. Stop at the bench. Look to your right, and across the street you will see an old, white house, with a sign at the front.
This is Balmaha House; Balmaha Bunkhouse is located onsite, just behind the house. Reception is at the top of the driveway.
If you have any trouble finding the property, contact us for further assistance.
Address: Balmaha House, Main Street, Balmaha, Glasgow, G63 0JQ | What3words: parsnip. soccer. bricks
Getting to Balmaha
By car: From Glasgow, follow the A81 to Milngavie and then follow signs for Drymen. In Drymen village, turn left on to B837 for Balmaha. From Edinburgh, take the M9 westwards and at Stirling, take the junction 10 on the A84, which will continue on to the A811; in Drymen village, turn left onto B837 for Balmaha.
By public transport: From Glasgow, take a train to Balloch, (trains run from Glasgow Queen Street twice per hour and take 50 minutes) and switch to the McColl’s 309 bus to Balmaha (from the nearby Balloch Bus station just across the bridge, opposite the gates to Balloch Country Park).
From Glasgow Airport: We are just 40 minutes away by car. On public transport, just take the regular bus service to Glasgow City Centre. From Glasgow Queen Street take the train to Balloch, followed by the McColl’s 309 bus to Balmaha.