Dollar 7 miles.
A delightful wooden lodge based on the Glendevon Country Park, near Dollar in Scotland.
This cottages comes in a fairly secluded spot, however it provides access to some of Scotland's best assets, making it a great stay for friends or family to come and explore this wonderful area.
Pine Tree Lodge is accessed via a couple of steps, taking you into the light and fresh hallway with plenty of hanging for coats, hats and scarves.
To the left of the entrance comes the homely open plan living area, its combination of a well-appointed kitchen and an alluring sitting area with a woodburning stove make this a prime place to relax and enjoy a home-cooked meal on those chilly winter nights.
To the back of the property you will find a crisp family bathroom and the three delightfully decorated bedrooms with pleasant bed linen, the master bedroom boasts a convenient en-suite.
In the summer, sit out on your private decking and soak in the sun whilst the children and the dog can run and play together on the lawn.
Dollar is a small yet well-stocked town with a splendid range of shops, cafés and restaurants along with a museum, golf club and castle to keep you occupied.
If you're more into the outdoors then there is a number of opportunities for walking, cycling and fishing in the nearby coutnryside.
There are some incredible days out on offer nearby with Stirling, Dunfermline and the capital, Edinburgh, all nearby they showcase some outstanding architecture as well as lots to do in terms of shopping and other enthralling activities.
Whatever the weather, or time of year, this Scottish lodge is a fantastic place to bring your loved ones together and relax.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.
About the location
Tillicoultry 3 miles; Kinross 12 miles; Stirling 13 miles; Dunfermline 13 miles
Dollar sits at the foot of the Ochil Hills on the road between Stirling and St Andrews. The town is dramatically overlooked by the remains of Castle Campbell, also known as Castle Gloom, and has superb walks up the steep glen to the castle. The early life of the village was fulfilling the needs of the castle’s owners, the lowland seat of the Duke of Argyll, until the castle was burned down in 1654 in retaliation for the Duke’s support for Cromwell. The village recovered in the 18th century with the opening of copper and lead mines in the surrounding hills and with subsequent ironworks enhancing its prosperity. With the opening of the prestigious Dollar Academy at the beginning of the 19th century, the village transformed into the attractive and prosperous town it is today. The town has a mix of shops and cafes and the drive or walk up the glen to the castle provides stunning views as the countryside opens out to the south. The popular tourist town of Stirling is 13 miles to the west with its dramatic castle and monument to William Wallace. Gleneagles and Perth are within easy reach, as is the Fife coast and St Andrews.