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This spacious house has stunning views across Loch Earn towards Ben Vorlich, and is within Scotland’s National Park. Water sports are plentiful with a local water sports centre/cafe within 5 minutes’ walk. Launch facilities for motor/sailing boats are available locally. Lochearnhead, situated in an idyllic, picturesque holiday location, is an ideal centre for a variety of leisure pursuits including walking, fishing (Mar - Oct), 8 golf courses within <frac>1/2 </frac>an hours’ drive, cycling on dedicated pathways, waterskiing and canoeing.
Leitters Cottage self catering holiday home sits in an elevated setting with spectacular views. Located at Balquhidder Station, a small hamlet at the former stop on the Callander and Oban railway, east of Balquhidder famed as the resting place of Rob Roy McGregor. The cottage is a 200 years old stone farm building, first renovated in 2006, then extended and fully modernised in 2010.
This delightful, detached, stone-built holiday cottage, dating back to 1800, is situated in the Victorian village of Strathyre and is in the perfect location to explore and enjoy Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. There are spectacular views from the garden and front door and you can walk to the village shop, children’s play park, riverside and local pub, explore endless miles of forest trails or join the Callander to Killin Cycle Route.
Just outside the pretty little village of Strathyre in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, this comfortable lodge is on a small private park bounded on one side by the River Balvaig which flows from Loch Voil into Loch Lubnaig, and by Strathyre Forest on the other. There is an open plan living area with a cosy wood burner to come home to after a day of adventure, and lots of outdoor space surrounding the cabin.
Set on a Scottish Highland Estate and surrounded by breathtakingly beautiful scenery in the heart of The Trossachs National Park, Craigruie Farmhouse is just the perfect location for friends and families to spend time together. Whether you are looking for a relaxing break or an adventure holiday, Craigruie Farmhouse can provide this for you. Guests are welcomed by a very generous welcome pack including home-made soup and baking, and all sorts of goodies to get the holiday started.
Edinample Lodge offers comfortable accommodation for families with views towards Loch Earn. The open plan downstairs provides a great area for relaxing, lounge with log-burning stove, spacious kitchen, downstairs bathroom and utility room with washer-dryer, perfect after a long day out on the hills. Upstairs there is a double and twin room and second bathroom with bath.
Situated nearby Edinample Castle, this rural retreat is ideal for walkers, being close to Ben Vorlich and a short drive from many other Munros. St. Fillans golf club, restaurants, cycle routes nearby.
With its glass gable overlooking stunning mountain scenery and its authentic exterior and open plan living area, The Barn cleverly blends the traditional and contemporary to create an ideal holiday retreat situated on the road to Killin within a mile of Lochearnhead village. Famously the base for water sports on Loch Earn, the village offers a variety of shops, inns and eating places. Locally, visitors can enjoy glorious hill walking, fishing and golf, and there is free boat mooring available less than a mile away.
Nestled in the picturesque Victorian village of Strathyre, in the heart of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, this delightful detached holiday home is immaculately presented, providing spacious, contemporary accommodation. The large kitchen has an open plan dining area allowing the whole party to enjoy dinner together, or why not have a game of pool in the external games room to round off the day? Later, sink into the bubbles in the claw-foot bath before putting your feet up and relaxing.
This delightful, detached, self catering, traditional log cabin is situated on the small picturesque Balviag Estate, in the Victorian village of Strathyre. Set in natural park land with mature Scots pines, and at the foot of Ben Sheann with plenty of grassland for children to play on and explore. There is a charcoal barbecue available (no fuel provided) to dine alfresco on those summer evenings. The River Balvaig flows at your back door and free fishing is available for a maximum of 2 rods.
Carnmore is a detached cottage situated in Lochearhead in the Highlands. Hosting three bedrooms; two doubles and a twin, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to six people. Inside there is a kitchen and an open-plan sitting and dining room with an open fire, as well as a utility room and a cloakroom with WC. There is off-road parking for three cars, and a garden surrounds the property.
Pet friendly 2 bedroom cottage facing south over Loch Earn. Short breaks from 3 nights. Little Briar sleeps 4. Access the Lochearnhead - St Fillans railway walkway from the garden. All inclusive use of; summer house, slipway, jetty, Petanque Boulodrome and seasonal fishing in the garden. Ideal location for Glenample, Achraw Hill, Glen Ogle, Ben Vorlich and Rob Roy Way. 2 hotels, 200m. Pets adore the paddock and stream. Owners Kim and Fraser Proven will invite you to see inside their B listed thatched cottage. Open 365 days. WiFi.
Luxury Scottish Lodge set in the heart of the Trossachs. Situated in an elevated position, nestling in forest and woodland with stunning views. Balquhidder Mhor Lodge has been designed, built and furnished with the simple aim of giving guests the most relaxing stay they could wish for in the Trossachs and Loch Lomond national parks. The hot tub, decking and morning patio bring the outdoors inside, enabling guests to touch and feel the natural surroundings. Includes a shelter for your boots and waterproofs, ideal for walkers!
Situated in the heart of Strathyre village, Balvaig Cottage retains its Victorian charm whilst offering all the home comforts for a relaxing holiday. This traditional, detached, red sandstone property dates back to 1897 and features a fitted kitchen and two wood burners. There is excellent internet connectivity and a 40" Freeview TV with Now TV movies package, as well as a DVD player via the Xbox 360, which also includes a selection of games.
This delightful cottage lies in the heart of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park which is well-loved for its magnificent scenery and open spaces. It is located in an elevated position, enjoying spectacular views of Loch Lubnaig and the surrounding mountains.Loch View Cottage is a welcoming detached holiday cottage and perfect for couples and families to spend time together and explore the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park and the surrounding area.
Set in the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, in a quiet spot close to the shingle beach of a lochside village famed for its watersports, is this rustically furnished former smiddy. The authentically appealing bothy style living/dining area features stone walls and a woodburner, and a farmhouse style kitchen. Close to the owner’s home a jetty, moorings and slipway for visitors’ own boat on Loch Earn are provided - watersports equipment is available for hire. Wonderful hill walking and 20 golf courses within an hour’s drive.
Escape to tranquil cabins with private hot tubs in this stunning lochside location in the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park. From this Forestry Commission location, you will find miles of woodland trails and forest tracks to explore. Why not travel as a family, a couple or with friends? You can even bring the dog to dedicated pet friendly cabins. Quote SCOTPARTNER to save 10% when you book online. Discount applies to cabin price only. May not be used in conjunction with any other offer and cannot be applied retrospectively.
Located in a quiet area of the village of Lochearnhead, set in the heart of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, this detached holiday bungalow enjoys views across the waters of Loch Earn. This is the perfect base to enjoy the wide range of activities: mountain biking, water sports, kayaking, sailing, fishing and water skiing, golfing and also hillwalking and climbing with over 30 Munros within a 30-minute drive. Visit Oban and Fort William, Perthshire, Stirling, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Shop, pub and restaurant ½ mile.
Tigh Raineach, a detached bungalow with enclosed garden offering spacious accommodation for eight, is situated in the picturesque village of ’Bonnie Strathyre’ in the heart of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Ideal for families, it makes a perfect retreat from which to explore the stunning scenery of the Trossachs. From its large seated patio, or the garden room if it’s raining, you can enjoy the stunning views from its enviable location.
Castleview West is a delightful holiday cottage on the shore of Loch Earn with panoramic views towards Ben Vorlich and Edinample Castle. It has its own access to the loch with fishing rights for trout and salmon. Situated in the Trossachs National Park, the small picturesque village of Lochearnhead has a shop, post office and two hotels with restaurant facilities, all within walking distance.
Beautiful ensuite glamping pods within the village of Strathyre. Each pod sleeps 2 persons. Small kitchen with crockery and utensils, Ensuite shower room with towels and basic toiletries provided and small double bed with bedding included. Each pod has a heated outdoor cupboard for drying boots and waterproofs. Garden table with spectacular views and Rob Roy path minutes away.
This delightful, semi-detached holiday cottage is situated in the hamlet of Balnaha Forest and has a traditional cedar shingle roof. Its three bedrooms allow for flexible sleeping arrangements for up to four guests, as well as an extra child (the dining area accommodates four adults comfortably). It is located immediately adjacent to the forest, where hill walks and cycle routes abound, and is also within easy walking distance from the Victorian village of Strathyre.