Stirling 4 miles.
A charming, semi-detached cottage alongside the owner’s home nestled at the foot of the spectacular Ochil Hills in the conservation village of Blairlogie, near Stirling in central Scotland.
This beautiful mid 19th century former coach house is a listed building and has been lovingly converted offering delightful holiday accommodation for couples, families or friends, it is the ideal location for exploring central Scotland and Fife.
You enter into a charming porch and then up one step into the sitting room, complete with a living flame gas fire, a DAB radio and Bluetooth speaker and a Smart TV with Netflix and a Blu-ray player.
The sitting room opens into a charming conservatory and is the ideal place to relax and plan the day.
The kitchen diner is off the sitting room.
Upstairs are two beautifully furnished double bedrooms and a shower room.
The garden immediately outside the cottage is shared and is a delightful place to relax.
There is a further seating area outside the conservatory offering a more private space.
From the garden you can walk into the Ochil Hills and enjoy stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
A short walk brings you to the farm shop and coffee bothy where you can enjoy views of the hills and the spectacular Wallace monument, in honour of William Wallace.
Explore nearby Stirling with its spectacular castle.
The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park is a short and pretty drive away and offers superb scenery.
Why not have a day in Fife and visit St Andrews on beautiful Tentsmuir beach?
Stirling offers great rail connections and Glasgow and Edinburgh are only 45 minutes away.
A gorgeous and stylish holiday home and an excellent base for exploring this beautiful part of Scotland.
About the location
Falkirk 12 miles; Glasgow 30 miles.
Stirling is Scotland’s youngest city and yet one that has so much history, specifically Mary Queen of Scots and William Wallace. ‘He who holds Stirling holds Scotland’ was the advice that inspired many famous battles including Bannockburn, and the story of Stirling’s history is evident today in the Old Town, which also boasts family ghost walks and tales from the graveyard. Stirling Castle boasts a superb, dramatic cliff-top location overlooking the city and provides a stunning outlook from its battlements to the mountains, cliffs and winding River Forth snaking away to Edinburgh. The nearby Wallace Monument also offers breathtaking views for those willing to attempt the steps to the top! Stirling is a university town and, as such, has many restaurants, bars and coffee houses as well as extensive shopping facilities. Its central location offers excellent access to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Perth, each less than an hour away by car, while closer to home is the historic, Victorian spa town of Bridge of Allan.