Beautifully presented terraced cottage on the main street in the centre of the village of Buchlyvie in Stirlingshire and close to the stunning Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Fully refurbished to a high standard, this lovely cottage offers flexible accommodation in the middle of spectacular scenery.
The open plan ground floor has a fitted kitchen and a dining area, a small utility room and a shower room.
You pass under a free standing staircase into the sitting room, equipped with a woodburning stove, the ideal place to relax in front of the TV after a busy day.
Upstairs are two comfortable bedrooms, one a king-size double and the second is a super king-size double that can be transformed into a twin on request.
From the rear of the sitting room you step up into a spacious conservatory overlooking a lovely rear patio and the extensive lawn beyond.
There is a small alley at the side of the property if you want to store bikes in the conservatory.
A couple of doors along the main street is a coffee shop and also a pottery shop, art gallery, supermarket and the Buchlyvie Inn.
Buchlyvie is superbly situated for exploring a very beautiful part of Scotland with stunning Loch Lomond just a short drive away with superb walking, including majestic Ben Lomond, cycling and boat trips on the loch.
The Lake of Menteith, Scotland’s only lake, provides excellent fishing as well as superb lochside meals in the hotel on the lakeshore.
Walk or cycle in the magnificent Trossachs or spend a day exploring the history of Stirling with its striking castle and monument to William Wallace.
A superb cottage and ideally located for exploring all the attractions of this beautiful part of the country.
Two bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request), 1 x king-size double. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove. Utility. Conservatory.
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.