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Your gateway to all that is best about the beautiful West Coast.

AN EXCEPTIONAL PLACE

AN EXCEPTIONAL PLACE

Kingspoint enjoys one of the most enviable locations in the whole of Scotland. Perched on a beautiful wooded hill a few miles along the coast from Helensburgh, it combines a stunningly beautiful coastal situation with easy access to some of the best shopping, dining, sports and leisure that the country has to offer. Kingspoint is your gateway to all that is best about the beautiful west coast.

With three railway stations and excellent road links, Helensburgh is just a 45-minute train journey away from the centre of Glasgow. Click here for timetable. It’s therefore not surprising that the surrounding area contains some of the most sought after addresses for both commuters, families and those looking for a wonderful place to retire.

Image of boats at helenburgh harbour

Helensburgh itself offers a uniquely high quality of life. Its picture-perfect seafront has a real nautical feel, thanks to the extensive facilities of the Helensburgh Sailing Club, the Royal Northern and Clyde Yacht Club and the nearby Rhu marina. Walk along the esplanade and you’ll find a wide range of high quality shops, including mouth-watering delicatessens, characterful pubs and the much-feted restaurants which have become some of the west coast’s ‘destination’ eateries. Add to this some excellent local schools and it’s easy to understand Helensburgh’s popularity.

Around the town, there are almost unlimited choices for relaxation, entertainment and more strenuous outdoor activities: Take a cruise on the historic Kenilworth passenger ferry; join the yachting club; or improve your game at one of many local golf clubs. These include Loch Lomond, one of Scotland’s most exclusive courses, which also boasts a luxury spa.

Image of shopping at Lomond Shores

Of course, there is also the local countryside to explore. The 1,865 sq km of the breathtaking Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park is right on your doorstep. Walking, canoeing, kayaking and mountain biking are just some of the activities on offer. And when you’ve had your fill of the great outdoors, you can enjoy shopping at Jenners, just one of the many luxury stores at the nearby Loch Lomond Shore visitor complex.

Loch Lomond Shores – an outstanding mixture of leisure and shopping overlooking the majesty of Loch Lomond at Balloch.

Loch Lomond Golf Club – home to history, hospitality, and an exceptional spa with eight treatment rooms, each with its own private garden.

The Carrick at Cameron House – a world-class golf resort and spa, sporting a challenging Championship course along with facilities to match.

Helensburgh Sailing Club – offers sailors, from beginners to expert, the opportunity to sail in the inshore waters of the Firth of Clyde.

Cardross and Helensburgh Golf Club - very well respected local courses that have thriving social scenes attached.

Royal Northern and Clyde Yacht Club (RNCYC) – Club with excellent facilities and a very active racing fraternity.

Helensburgh Lawn Tennis Club - Helensburgh Lawn Tennis Club established in 1884.

Lomond School – consistently ranked academically amongst the top ten schools in Scotland.