Our news section displays a selection of media coverage that Luss Estates and our businesses have received, as well as our news releases covering important community and environmental issues.
After closure over the winter for upgrades to the kitchen and extension to the outdoor terrace we are delighted to announce that Luss Seafood Bar has reopened. The new menu features an array of hot dishes as well as returning favourites from last season.
Luss Estates was delighted to be featured on the front cover of Land Business Magazine Spring 2017 edition. The double page spread which was included in the magazine, entitled 'Luss leader' detailed the work of Luss Estates in terms of the Luss Strategic Development Framework.
Luss Estates was delighted to be recognised for Business Diversification announced as the winner of the category at the prestigious Scottish Rural Awards 2017, held at Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh.
The Loch Lomond Arms Hotel has been awarded Country Hotel of the Year 2017 for the Prestige Hotel Awards.
This is a wonderful reflection of the hard work of the team as well as of our stunning location in the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.
Luss Estates was selected as the winner of Scottish Land & Estates Central Region Chairman's Helping it Happen Award 2016.
We are Delighted that the Loch Lomond Arms Hotel has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Prestige Hotel Awards 2017 in the categories of Country Hotel of the Year and Wedding Hotel of the Year.
We are delighted that the Loch Lomond Arms Hotel has been recognised with a number of awards in the Scottish Hotel Awards 2017. In the area for Argyll & Lomond the Loch Lomond Arms was awarded best Hotel Bar and best Events Hotel.
We are delighted that the Loch Lomond Arms Hotel has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Scottish Wedding Awards 2017 in the category of Venue of the Year. The wedding and events capability of the Loch Lomond Arms has grown steadily since its opening in 2012.
Residents and businesses have joined together to create a petition against Argyll & Bute Council’s parking proposals for the village of Luss. This was today presented to Argyll & Bute Council office in Helensburgh with 199 signatures.