As well as welcoming many visitors this summer, Loch Lomond Shores has also been busy welcoming new businesses and retailers, building on their already strong visitor offering.
At a time when the retail sector is suffering the effects of COVID across the UK, it is incredibly heartening to welcome several new, diverse businesses to Loch Lomond Shores in the past few weeks.
These include Stevie’s Drams in our mall which brings the finest of Scotland’s whisky from all the regions, along with a few other spirits and features drams you won’t find in your local supermarket.
Tweeds of Scotland within our mall is also new and features a clothing collection that offers a wide range of high-quality items that provides a full wardrobe option for both ladies and gents. It is also home to a wide range of Harris Tweed jackets, coats, handbags, wallets and scarves as well as classic outdoor clothing, cashmere, merino and lambswool knitwear as well as kilt wear and much more.
Another big change to the Loch Lomond Shores retail offering is the addition of Sports Direct in its newly refurbished space inside our main entrance with a wide range of outdoor and sportswear. Frasers (previously Jenners) has also been refurbished and this welcoming, bright and modern store is home to a huge range of designer clothing and accessories for ladies, gents and children as well as beauty and fragrance.
Lastly, but by no means least, Luscious Hair, Nails and Beauty has joined us on the 1st floor of our mall with a fabulous salon that offers hair cutting, colouring and extensions, hair up, make-up, nail treatments and various beauty treatments.
Commenting on the new developments at Loch Lomond Shores Audrey Calder says: “We’d like to offer a huge welcome to all our new businesses here at Loch Lomond Shores and wish them every success in the future. It’s great news for us that they have recognised the many benefits of being part of our 5* rated VisitScotland visitor attraction and are a welcome addition to both the local community and our many UK and overseas visitors in coming years.”