The club is based on an island in Loch Lomond and access is by passenger ferry boat and a steep path. The facilities include a house with two bedrooms which can sleep up to eight people, a fully equipped kitchen and a lounge with a log fire. There are three toilets and three showers.
There is a sauna which can hold up to a dozen people at a time. There is also a big hut for social occasions, which are usually every month, and a barbecue area which is used in fine weather.
The setting and the scenery have to be seen to be believed. There is a beach at the jetty and the biggest swimming pool you have ever seen - Loch Lomond - which gets used more often than you would think.
Facilities on offer include:
Games Hut also used for Social Events
Sauna & Showers
Additionally we have overnight accommodation in the Clubhouse plus plenty of room for camping.
Ferry Boat - Cost £12.00 per adult (return)
Ferry Times- to be confirmed
"Come and Try" for a weekend, by mutual arrangement
The purpose of a "Come and Try" for a day or weekend is to introduce both non club member naturists and those interested in naturism for the first time to a club environment. To enable them to avail themselves of the recreational facilities on offer. To experience the tranquillity and security of practising naturism on a site reserved solely for that purpose, without the hassle of non naturist onlookers.
Please bring a towel to sit on and another towel if you wish to go swimming or use the sauna. As there are no shops on the island you need to bring any food or refreshment you may require. Don’t forget sun tan lotion and insect repellent.
It is advisable to wear warm, waterproof clothing as the trip on the ferry can be cool particularly in the evening.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
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