This charming family cottage is located in the attractive and popular village of Aberfoyle in the heart of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Comfortably appointed throughout and within easy walking distance of the village facilities, this Aberfoyle cottage is ideal for families or groups of friends wishing to explore the beautiful scenery that this part of Scotland has to offer.
This Aberfoyle cottage has three bedrooms consisting of a king-size double, a twin and a single, and with the ground floor accommodation boasting a kitchen/diner and a sitting room, this cottage caters perfectly for your relaxing holiday.
The small courtyard garden of this Aberfoyle cottage is accessed down steps at the side of the property and is a relaxing place to sit and relax with a drink after a day's sightseeing.
The popular village of Aberfoyle lies in the middle of some of the most spectacular scenery in Scotland.
Visit the many lochs that surround the village of which Loch Lomond and Loch Katrine are two of the best known and not forgetting the Lake of Menteith, Scotland's only 'lake', with its excellent fishing which is considered by many as the finest Rainbow Trout venue in Scotland.
With so much scenery around, walking is very popular with the Rob Roy Way and West Highland Way virtually on your doorstep.
The National Cycle Network Route 7 passes nearby and with golf courses both nearby and within an hour's drive, there is something for everyone at this Aberfoyle cottage.
About the location
Stirling 19 miles.
The village of Aberfoyle lies within The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, a popular tourist destination. From Aberfoyle there is easy access to Loch Katrine, where you can take a gentle boat cruise, or the Lake of Menteith, reputed to be the best location for fly fishing for rainbow trout in Central Scotland. Aberfoyle itself offers a selection of shops, restaurants and pubs. It has its own 18-hole golf course, and for the more adventurous, the largest ‘Go Ape’ experience in the country, situated at the David Marshall Lodge Visitor Centre. Approximately 20 minutes’ drive away is the Glengoyne Distillery where you can enjoy the Scottish malt whisky experience, or head towards the shores of Loch Lomond, the single biggest expanse of inland water in Britain, offering a variety of activities. Within The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park there are a huge variety of attractions; enjoy a gentle stroll through the Balloch Castle Country Park or the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, or, for the more adventurous, the mountains offer challenging walks and climbs. For a family day out, stop off at the Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park on your way to the nearby city of Stirling, with its ancient castle and Wallace Monument of great historic interest. Further away, the city of Edinburgh is well worth a visit.