Stirling 5.5 miles.
A delightful, semi-detached barn conversion situated next to the owner’s home and small, family-run plant nursery near Plean.
Surrounded by beautiful Stirlingshire scenery and well-appointed throughout to provide quality holiday accommodation, this Stirling cottage is ideal for those wishing for an attractive base from which to explore this scenic and historic part of Scotland.
Offering flexible sleeping arrangements, this beautiful West Plean cottage has two bedrooms on the first floor, which can either be prepared as twins or doubles on request, making it perfect for almost every group’s needs.
The ground floor accommodation at this Stirlingshire self-catering cottage benefits from underfloor heating and comprises a stylish kitchen with a dining area and a delightful sitting room with a door that opens out to the patio.
Outside this Stirling holiday accommodation is a charming patio garden, which overlooks the owner’s plant nursery across to the fields beyond, and provides a perfect place to enjoy alfresco meals together on warm evenings.
Visit Plean Country Park for excellent walking and cycling amongst a wide variety of thriving animal and plant life, enjoy a a drink at the local coffee shop,or try fishing, or riding at the nearby riding school.
Discover Scotland’s captivating history at the monument to William Wallace, the Battle of Bannockburn visitor centre or within the ancient walls of Stirling’s imposing castle.
With vibrant Glasgow and Edinburgh as well as Fife, Loch Lomond, Falkirk Wheel and Gleneagles golf resort all within easy reach, this Stirling cottage is a wonderful base, with something for everyone.
Two double bedrooms (zip/link, can be twin on request). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room.
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.