You can stay at The Coachman Hotel in one of the eleven modern rooms, which are spacious and have been treated to some inspired contemporary design. There is something trendy yet unfussy and elegantabout the design at The Coachman Hotel, and this carries into every part of the building. Head to the restaurant for some of the region's best dining, in an ambiance which suggests style for a new generation of savvy foodies.
The Martin family welcome you to Poppies Hotel Our small hotel in Callander (home ot the Callander Jazz Festival), full of character, offers a friendly, cosy, home from home for a short break or for alonger holiday. On our doorstep lies the wealth of activities, attractions, and the romance for which the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park area of Scotland is rightly famous.
The Rob Roy Hotel is wonderfully situated in idyllic countryside at the gateway to the glorious Trossachs and is set within Scotland's first National Park. Named after the legendary local folk heroRob Roy McGregor, The Rob Roy offers excellent food friendly staff, and good old fashioned value for money. The hotel is a short stroll along the banks of the Forth River to the picturesque village of Aberfoyle where you will find scottish made Arts, Crafts and Clothing, and 3 Visitor Centres.
There are many attractions to enjoy in the area, such as Callander Golf Course, The Hamilton Toy Collection and the Trossachs Woollen Mill where you can see Hamish the highland "coo". The DreadnoughtHotel is also in close proximity to Stirling, which has many activities and places of interest, such as Stirling Castle, Blair Drummond Safari Park, and Stirling Old Town Jail, as well as an extensive shopping centre for the bargain hunters amongst you.
There is an abundance of walks and activities in the local area and some of Scotland's greatest attractions are a manageable drive away. We (Victoria and Alex) took over the Crags Hotel in 2007 andhave spent the interim trying to create a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere that appeals to families, sportsmen and travelers. We have put an awful lot of time and passion into creating a cosy and luxurious experience for our guests.
The Roman Camp Country House Hotel provides beautifully appointed suites and guest rooms, an elegant award winning restaurant, along with spacious private rooms for functions and events. Our countryhouse is located within easy travel of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling, providing a secluded comforting retreat from city life.
Traditional family owned country hotel, pub & restaurant situated in Thornhill just outside Stirling, welcoming visitors in to warm up by our 3 log burning fires (including a huge open fireplace inone of the dining rooms). Full of friendly locals, it is one of the few Free Houses left in Scotland, with reasonable prices on beer, food & accommodation.
Overlooking the Firth of Clyde in the picturesque village of Rhu, close to Helensburgh, Rosslea Hall Hotel really makes the most of its stunning setting. This beautiful corner of Scotland is a greatplace to relax with family and friends - and its romantic setting makes Rosslea Hall Hotel in Loch Lomond simply perfect for a fine Scottish wedding.
Duck Bay is one of Scotland's finest restaurants offering international cuisine in a breathtaking enviornment overloocking Loch Lomond and the majestic Ben. The Hotel is surrounded by idyliccountryside making Duck Bay a fantastic centre for touring, outdoor activites, leisure pursuits and simply relaxing by the banks of the Loch. Loch Lomond and the surrounding area has some of the finest golf courses in Scotland and is an ideal base for your golfing holiday.
The County Hotel is a family run business. We are customer focused and endeavour to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as we can. Situated approximately 2 miles from the banks of Loch Lomond,one of the magnificent sea lochs of Scotland, our Hotel provides 10 en-suite bedrooms, and a 50 seater dining area for you to enjoy your evening meals. The County Hotel is based at the entrance of Helensburgh birthplace of Television inventor John Logie Baird.