Callander 7 miles.
A homely, detached cottage surrounded by the stunning scenery of the Trossachs National Park near Brig O’Turk and seven miles from Callander.
Fully refurbished providing comfortable accommodation, this cottage near Callander is ideal for couples, friends, or families looking to spend time together in one of the most striking parts of Scotland.
Set solely over the ground floor, this Trossachs cottage has a bedroom with a super king-size bed, and a room with bunk beds.
There is a kitchen with dining area in this Trossachs cottage, and the sitting room, centred around a cosy woodburning stove, opens on either side into the kitchen.
Outside, the garden is the ideal place to sit and drink in the surrounding views or swap stories of the day’s adventures over a delicious barbecue.
Brig O’ Turk plays host to a charming period tea room, as well as boasting the superb Byre Inn, and the popular tourist towns of Callander and Aberfoyle are both a short drive away.
Aberfoyle can be reached along the spectacular Duke’s Pass road showcasing stunning views as you climb up and down the twisting road.
Nestling in the heart of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, this cottage near Callander is the ideal base to explore the stunning walking, cycling and fishing opportunities of this fabulous region.
Take a trip on a steamship on Loch Katrine, or indulge your inner ape on the range of treetop rope bridges and zip wires at the nearby Lodge Forest Visitor Centre.
Stirling is only 20 miles away so why not spend a day exploring its shops and cafés, as well as the spectacular views to be found from Stirling Castle upon its dramatic hilltop location?
This charming Trossachs cottage has something to delight everyone at any time of the year, perfect for exploring this marvellous region.
About the location
Stirling 14 miles, Loch Lomond 30 miles, Perth 37 miles.
The popular tourist town of Callander, in the Stirling region of Scotland, sits on the River Teith and is known as the Gateway to the Highlands. Located on the edge of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, and surrounded by beautiful scenery, Callander has been a favourite stopping point for tourists on their way to the Highlands for over 150 years. There is evidence of a settlement here reaching as far back as the Neolithic period, and to demonstrate this, a little way east of the town is Scotland’s largest chambered cairn, along with several Iron Age forts to the west. A disciple of Columba of Iona, Saint Kessog preached in this area in the 6th century and there is a knoll, Tom na Chessaig or Hill of Kessog, named in his honour, set near the River Teith. The town today is brimming with shops, bars, restaurants, cafes and supermarkets, providing plenty of amenities. There are many walks and cycle paths around the town as well as the many lochs and hills of the nearby National Park. Callander is within easy reach of Stirling and Perth, and even Glasgow and Edinburgh can be found for a pleasant day trip either by car or train from Stirling.