4.6★ Very good Sykes rating Sleeps 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1 Pets No Show on map Features Broadband / WiFi Off road parking Washing machine Pub/shop < 1 mile Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 21 Customer Reviews "The property is situated in the perfect place to explore all surrounding areas and especially the trossachs." The apartment is on the top floor 33 steps we found it to be clean and tidy (I didn't score top marks as in the cupboards are a lot of out of date goods I suspect left by other guests but this should have been cleaned out),we had everything we needed in the apartment and the owner kindly left us tea,coffee, milk and biscuits. My low score for comfort is because the beds we so hard myself and my husband had to sleep separately and still had hardly any sleep because they were so uncomfortable, we loved the area but would sadly not stay at this property again . Reviewed by KathleenJun 2022 "This was the best accommodation we have had since lock down." It was clean and comfortable, and had a well-fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms, wifi, television, toiletries, etc. The owner was helpful and friendly and there are many good walks from Aberfoyle or nearby. The cosy sitting room suited us perfectly but a family of four might find it too small and those with mobility issues should consider the 33 steps to its second floor location. I should definitely recommend it. Reviewed by PhilipJun 2022 "Nothing went wrong, but the flat was most definitely only for two and cramped at that." It may well sleep four but four could never spend a comfortable week there. Aberfoyle was lacking in eating places and they all had the same four dishes on offer Burger/Mac & Cheese/Fish & Chips/Steak Pie, and whilst it was ideally situated for daytime outdoor pursuits there was absolutely ZERO to do in the evenings Sorry you felt it necessary to complain that during the pandemic Aberfoyle was not able to offer you a wide choice of dinners you would have liked. I can only assume that as a retired person you were a little removed from the reality that many hoteliers and pub owners had to face during the pandemic. I'm glad to say that most hospitality venues in Aberfoyle have managed to survive a difficult few years. I can only hope that their menu's improve to meet the expections of visitors such as yourselves - but unfortunately that is beyond my control. I also am sorry that despite my making it clear in my description of the Aberfoyle apartment that it was 'comfy' and designed for 3 people at best that you should say it was not suitable for 4 people!! Property Owner Reviewed by OwenSep 2021 "Lovely apartment with stunning views of the area." Was clean and well maintained, will definitely book again Reviewed by JacquiSep 2021 "The Aberfoyle apartment, in the atmospheric old Bailie Nichol Jarvie Hotel, was clean fresh and comfortable and just across the road from the local Co-Op." Close to everything one needs and lots of lovely places to walk. For those like us without a car, the local bus service is sparse, with only one bus, the Stirling - Glasgow, serving the village. Reviewed by SusanSep 2021 "Good location for exploring surrounding areas and Aberfoyle itself has most things you need." The apartment is right at the top of the property so lots of stairs to climb - you’d need to be reasonably fit. Parking at the property wasn’t a problem in mid September. Reviewed by JillSep 2021 "We had a wonderful time in Aberfoyle, we will definitely return." Accommodation perfectly situated and so cosy too. Reviewed by LisaJul 2021 "Truly excellent accommodation." The owner, has really though of everything: plenty of maps, guides, and book of the area including Ordnance Survey maps, all the guides from the tourist office, guide books to identifying local trees, birds, etc. Books and DVDs with local settings. The owner also left fresh milk and some shortbread there; a nice touch. The kitchen was well-equipped and the village's Co-Op store is quite well stocked too. Great location for walking. Reviewed by KrisSep 2019 "I think ikt would be correct for you to tell people interested in renting this property that it has 37 steps up to it, and that may prevent some people like myself who have a disability making the same mistake I made." The apartment was ok but very small and dark, when you put the table up in the lounge there was no room for anything else. Overall I would not book this apartment again, but that is due to the stairs, people who are active would find this a very good place to stay, as the area is quite beautifiul and has much to offer. Reviewed by PaulJul 2019 "Although our two-bed appartment was clean and comfortable, the building (formerly an hotel) was old and neglected." The slate tiles on the roof and the gutters and down-pipes were in need of attention. Just an observation that the owners of the properties need to be aware of. Great location, lots of loch-side and mountain walks, and stunning views over to Ben Lomond from the top of Aberfoyle golf course. Well worth the effort to get there! Reviewed by StewartJun 2019 "The facilities were off a very high standard and there was everything that was required." The food in the Forth Inn was excellent and just across the street. Lovely area of natural beauty on the doorstep. Reviewed by EileenJun 2019 "The apartment was lovely - no issues." Met the owner who was very nice. Had everything I needed. The only issue I had was with Sykes. Booking was made on Booking.com, who then made the booking with Sykes. Just a few hours after making the booking I asked if I could cancel the booking. Even when I explained why (on Booking.com) I was simply told no, because the contract said no refunds. If the request had been passed on by Sykes to the owner, the request for refund would have been honoured. It was a bank holiday weekend, so no problem with getting another booking. Reviewed by JamesMay 2019 "Lovely Black Watch themed wee apartment that met our every need." Reviewed by KeenanMar 2019 "Beautiful well kept flat very clean & comfortable had everything we needed beautiful location village had everything we need with a supermarket & chemist also places to eat would highly recommended this apartment Aberfoyle is a sleepy place in the early season if you want peace & quiet this the place to come." Reviewed by HamiltonJan 2019 "Hi, the apartment in Aberfoyle was exactly what I required." .It was a walking holiday,the place is ideally situated, it is not the Ritz, but I didn't want the Ritz on this sort of holiday, it was exactly what it said on the can....I repeat not the Ritz but not the Pits...I would use it again. Reviewed by TimOct 2018 "The apartment was well equipped and ideally based in Aberfoyle to walk and climb." The views from Ben A'an and Ben Venue were spectacular. Reviewed by GeoffreySep 2018 "The cottage was a home from home and I loved every minute I was there ." It was ideally located for the walking and places I wanted to visit.The village itself had the facilities I needed and walks straight off my doorstep . I would recommend this apartment to anyone .The owner had left milk and some biscuits to welcome us and is being extremely helpful in organising the return off an item I left there . Reviewed by AngelaMar 2018 "Aberfoyle was an ideal location from which to explore the Trossachs." The apartment was spotless and had all the facilities that could be wished for with excellent instructions for their use. The owner was very welcoming and extremely helpful with her recommendations on places to go. The week was somewhat marred by the 'Beast from the East' but the apartment was ideal for making the best of it, with the owner very flexible on departure arrangements affected by the extreme weather conditions. Reviewed by ColinFeb 2018 "Lovely and quiet location." Perfectly situated in the village. Very comfortable beds. Nice welcoming with some shortbread and milk in the fridge. The owner thought of everything. Reviewed by IsabelleJul 2017 "We rented for two people and had more than enough space in this cozy apartment conveniently located close to the Co-op (supermarket), gift shops (several), butchers (2), and restaurants (many)." The Co-op has everything, from sandwiches to meat and veg. We stopped at Liz MacGregor's restaurant and coffee shop and we enjoyed a breakfast and a soup, which were very good and recommended. One night we had dinner at The Faerie Tree - also within walking distance - and splurged on their 'black rock' menu items. £50 for two, but lots of fun to cook top quality steak, gammon, and prawns on a volcanic rock! The sides were cooked and presented marvelously! The other dinners were bought from the Co-op and both butcher shops. The Aberfoyle Butcher on the edge of town is the more traditional and we got fantastic steaks and a variety of tasty sausages, including one with haggis. The other one is the Aberfoyle Delicatessen and Trossachs Butcher, and as the name suggests, has more items, including the best steak pies ever. The owner, left us milk, shortbread, a soft drink, and other tea/coffee items, which were appreciated. The apartment is spotlessly clean, with everything we needed, and the appliances worked perfectly. In the apartment, the bedrooms are spacious with lots of storage - wardrobes and drawers. There is a second TV in the master bedroom. The view from the second bedroom looks down on the main street, a stone bridge and the river. There is not much traffic, but the windows are double glazed anyway. Decor has plenty of tartan, which is lovely. The kitchen and bathroom are perfect for the size of property and everything worked perfectly. There are heaters everywhere to use if the temperature drops below normal, which it did on a couple of days, but the apartment was lovely and warm. It is very convenient to the Go Ape attraction at the David Marshall Lodge, Queen Elizabeth Forest Park. We went there for the wildlife hide and got great photos of red squirrels and birds, such as robins and a tree creeper. Beyond that, there are lovely lochs to explore with tons of photographic opportunities, whatever the weather. All in all, great accommodation in a picturesque area of Scotland. Reviewed by DebraFeb 2017 "Aberfoyle is a great base to explore!" Glasgow and Stirling are easy to reach, nature is stunning. As the property is in the village, you can enjoy the pub and do your basic shopping. The apartment has everything you need. Great for 2 people. Aug 2016 Show more Summary All second floor Two double bedrooms Bathroom with bath, electric shower over, basin and WC Kitchen with dining table Sitting room with dining table and electric coal-effect fire. Electric storage heating and wall-mounted convector heaters with electric fire Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi Power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off road parking for 2 cars on a first come, first served basis, additional free parking in village Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop, pub, post office, bank and zip wire tree top adventure course are all a few minutes' walk away Note: Access to accommodation is via an internal staircase There is a coombed ceiling in one of the bedrooms and the sitting room Note: Due to the coombed ceilings, the accommodation will be compact when fully occupied Note: This property can only accept holiday arrival dates on a Saturday. The property This compact Aberfoyle self-catering apartment is situated on the top floor of a former Victorian hotel, opposite the famous Rob Roy legendary "poker" oak tree, on the edge of the village of Aberfoyle, within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. This cosy Aberfoyle self-catering apartment has a wonderfully Scottish feel to it, carpeted in Black Watch tartan, and comfortably furnished and well equipped to provide a convenient holiday home for exploring the National Park. From your Aberfoyle self-catering apartment you... From your Aberfoyle self-catering apartment you can take a bike ride along Route 7, taking you through Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, or, there are wonderful walks straight from this Aberfoyle self-catering apartment, following the Trossachs Trail through forest parkland or the Menteith Hills. This is an ideal holiday location to explore Loch Lomond and the surrounding area with good local transport links. Read more Read less View on map About the location ABERFOYLE 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. This property can only accept holiday arrival dates on a SaturdayPlease note from 5th July 2019 property only sleeps 3 people.