Beautiful mid terrace cottage forming part of the owner’s property attractively set back from the main road through the village of Drymen in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Fully refurbished and furnished to a high standard, this lovely Drymen cottage is ideal for couples, friends and families looking to explore this stunningly beautiful part of Scotland.
Named after an island in nearby Loch Lomond, this cottage has two bedrooms, each of which can be set up as a twin or a double.
The first floor bedroom can be a super king-size double and has views to the rear across the countryside and the ground floor bedroom has two 2’6 singles that can be set up as a double.
The sitting room has open ceiling beams and is overlooked by the first floor mezzanine landing.
Relax with a Smart TV with Netflix and a Blu-Ray player or connect your music through the TV and enjoy surround sound.
There is a stylish ground floor shower room and a kitchen/dining room looking out over the garden.
The large front shared garden is lawned and you can sit and relax with a coffee just outside the cottage and plan your day.
A short stroll brings you to the Buchanan Arms Hotel and the attractive village of Drymen with its array of shops, cafes and bars.
You are very close to stunning Loch Lomond as well as surrounded by superb walking and cycling in beautiful scenery including the West Highland Way and the Rob Roy Way.
Why not also visit Stirling with its impressive castle and monument to William Wallace or enjoy a meal overlooking the picturesque Lake of Menteith.
Have a day trip to Glasgow and experience superb shopping, dining and entertainment.
A delightful cottage offering many attractions and surrounded by breathtaking scenery.
About the location
Loch Lomond 4 miles, Aberfoyle 10 miles, Stirling 21 miles
The village of Drymen, nestling within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, was popular with Highland Cattle drovers in the 18th and 19th centuries due to its location and legend has it that Rob Roy MacGregor used Drymen as a base for his exploits against the Duke of Montrose. Today the village is popular with tourists who enjoy not only its attractive village green and selection of pubs, shops and restaurants, but also its location allowing access to Loch Lomond. The West Highland Way and the Rob Roy Way both pass through the village and nearby Conic Hill and mighty Ben Lomond and perennial favourites with walkers. Drymen is the ideal base for exploring most of central Scotland with both Stirling and Glasgow in easy reach. Drive up the west shore of Loch Lomond and explore further into Argyll with Arrochar and Inverary an easy day trip – just don’t be too distracted by the stunning scenery.