Ben Lomond sits on the Northern Tablelands of the New England Region. Known for its snow falls in winter and magnificent scenery, it has some of the most beautiful countryside in New England. Attractions include the War Memorial hall built in 1905, an historic cemetery and the highest railway station in the Southern Hemisphere. Part of Celtic Country, Ben Lomond is surrounded by pastures and rolling hills that produce some of the best beef cattle and lambs in the region. Experience true country hospitality at one of the home stays or bed and breakfasts.