This fully refurbished, modern-style cottage is perfectly situated on the main road in Buchlyvie, with access to the local shop and pub just a few minutes' walk away.
With a beautifully appointed interior boasting neutral colour schemes and a bright, uplifting feel, this splendid getaway, nestled at the south end of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, is just what you need for a quality break away with family or friends.
Step down the stone pathway and through into a wonderfully light sitting room with sumptuous sofas centred by a coffee table.
Next you will come to the kitchen, occupying a lovely dining area tucked into the corner of the room.
The fully fitted units and modern fixtures are bound together with a wonderful, contemporary overtone and considered lighting.
You will be spoilt for choice when it come to the bedrooms; a king-size double is accompanied by a twin room, both presented with elegant wallpaper designs enhancing your mood.
A third room comprises another double bed, and there is also a bathroom and a shower room to comfortably ease you through each morning and evening.
This lovely little village has a few local amenities you can enjoy, along with access to many surrounding towns and cities of interest.
Glasgow offers a wealth of Victorian and art nouveau architecture as well as many shops, pubs and restaurants, whilst the city of Stirling boasts a medieval castle, Abbey Craig with the National Wallace Monument, as well as Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum.
With much to be explored in and around a wonderful region of Scotland, and a delightful base from which to see it, how can you miss an opportunity at Appleby Cottage?
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC, shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen/diner. Sitting room.
About the location
Aberfoyle 11 miles, Loch Lomond 11 miles, Stirling 14 miles.
The village grew originally in the 17th century due to its location on the old military road which is now the A 811 and developed further with the arrival of the railway between Stirling and Balloch, at the south end of Loch Lomond. A further connection was added to Aberfoyle to accommodate the increasing tourist numbers. The lines were all discontinued by the 1950s and the main route through the village is the main A811 between Stirling and Loch Lomond. The village today has an inn, a supermarket, post office and coffee shop/ pottery shop and an art gallery. Most of central Scotland can easily be accessed from the village with Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling and Glasgow all within easy reach.