About the Inversnaid Area

 Nestling on a wooded hillside, overlooking Loch Lomond and the mountains beyond, Inversnaid Photography Centre is situated among some of the most dramatic and beautiful scenery in Scotland. Tree-covered mountains, imposing crags and tumbling streams, together with the ever-changing light, reflections and colours provide an inspirational feast for the photographer.

Standing in a beautiful rhododendron garden and surrounded by its own 50-acre nature reserve, the house, built in 1790 as a hunting lodge for Dukes of Montrose, has been carefully restored and tastefully refurbished to provide an exceptionally high standard of comfortable accommodation.

Inversnaid's superb setting in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park provides a wealth of subject matter, from splendid unspoilt scenery teeming with wildlife to gaunt castles and monastic buildings steeped in history and legend.

Rob Roy was laird of Inversnaid and was married at Corrie Arklet.