A lovely, charming, quaint cottage ideally located. Peace, quiet, relaxation is what you get if it’s what you need. It was great to come back to a place I haven’t been since the 70’s.
Loch Lomond is beautiful and you must go to the Birds of Prey centre (10 mins away) and if you walk up the lane from cottage you might catch a glimpse of a buzzard on his hunt. We saw him 3-4 times, wonderful to see.
Another must is Glencoe and Fort William (or venture further on) the highlands are amazing. Just a short drive to Luss and the Loch is just perfect – chill and peace. You will get a lovely meal at the Loch Lomond Hotel and if you fancy ‘take away’ ‘indian meal’, then go to the ‘Akash’ in Helensburgh – on Sinclair street. Lovely – we went twice!
It was great that we could bring our dog ‘Jake’ – he loved it also. Would love to come back and encourage friends and family to do the same.
Thanks for a lovely time.
Charlie, Julie & ‘Jake’, Seaham, Co. Durham
The World’s first and only rotating boat lift. Completed in 2002 the huge Falkirk wheel re-connects the Fourth & Clyde and Union canals after the 11 original lock gates were dismantled in the 1930’s. Also an opportunity to visit the famous Kelpieshttps://www.scottishcanals.co.uk/falkirk-wheel/
The preserved buildings from the 1700s give an authentic insight into how people lived and worked in the north and west of Scotland. You can wander freely around the houses and farm buildings furnished with everyday objects from time gone by.
Historic Scotland (Historic Environment Scotland) offer ‘Explorer Tickets’ that enable you to visit multiple sites over a number of days to save on entry fees if visiting more than one site and also give you fast track entry for Stirling Castle and Edinburgh Castle. For more information go to: www.historic-scotland.gov.uk/explorer. Some of their historic sites have […]