Welcome to Braeholm
** News update **
It is with great regret that the Trustees of Aggie Weston’s have made the decision to close Braeholm later this year. All services will cease on 30 June 2016, but there will be a steady run-down and reduction in services leading up to that date.
The Trustees are keen to recognise the effort that has gone into delivering the mission at Braeholm and particularly for the part that the staff have played over many years. Unfortunately the number of the charity’s benefactors which use the facility on a regular basis did not justify the growing cost of maintaining the property.
Aggie Weston’s is now consulting with a number of key stakeholders in the area to determine how it can improve the delivery the charity’s purposes for improving the welfare of RN & RM personnel and their families in the Clyde region in the future.
We can offer excellent accommodation for serving RN & RM Personel and their families at Braeholm which can be found in the small country town of Helensburgh on the banks of the River Clyde and close to the beautiful countryside of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park where the West Highlands meets the Lowlands. At Braeholm you can experience a warm, friendly atmosphere in our well appointed, child friendly guesthouse.
Braeholm is a family centre which prides itself on being a ‘home from home’. It is run by Aggie Westons, the Royal Naval charity which has been serving the naval service since 1876. There are discounts for all Service personnel. There is a selection of single, twin, double and family suites available and you can expect a warm Scottish welcome for you and your family.
The town of Helensburgh is a popular venue for sailors wishing to take advantage of the beautiful lochs and inlets and the town is close to the Royal Northern Yacht club and Rhu Marina.
Helensburgh is home to Hill House and anyone with a passion for design and architecture will love Charles Rennie Mackintosh's design. It is also just ten minutes drive from Loch Lomond, Ben Lomond and Scotland's first national park. There is also a direct rail link from Helensburgh into Glasgow which is 23 miles away. Glasgow international airport is just 30 minutes drive by car.