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Make A Holiday Rental Cottage in Trossachs & Breadalbine, Argyll & Stirling Your Home Away From Home

If you are looking for a holiday destination that has a lot to offer, then the Trossachs & Breadalbine area on the western coast of Scotland is a cut above the rest. A Trossachs & Breadalbine holiday offers the opportunity to indulge in a variety of outdoor pursuits, not to mention being one of the most popular areas for walking and hiking in the country. A Trossachs & Breadalbine holiday rental cottage will provide all you need to fall soundly asleep after a particularly exhausting day of activity and sightseeing!

Things to Do on Holiday in Trossachs & Breadalbine, Argyll & Stirling

Visitors on a Trossachs & Breadalbine holiday will find a lot of outdoor activities to keep them occupied during their stay. Amongst the activities available, visitors can indulge in some fishing, sailing, windsurfing, whale watching, swimming, cycling, mountain biking, tennis, golf, horse riding and walking. With wonderful views from atop the mountains, Bens and hills, a Trossachs & Breadalbine holiday is perfect for those who are keen photographers, bird watchers and artists too. History buffs will find many castles, monuments and places of historical significance to explore in the area too.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Trossachs & Breadalbine, Argyll & Stirling

If you have managed to relax in your Trossachs & Breadalbine holiday rental cottage after a day's activity and would like to explore more of the area, then a day trip to the town of Callander is highly recommended. Here visitors will find attractions such as the Hamilton Toy Museum as well as several festivals held throughout the year including the Trossachs Beer Festival and the Callander Jazz Festival. Also worth a visit whilst away from your Trossachs & Breadalbine holiday rental cottage is the small village of Balquhidder. Here lies the grave of the renowned Scottish hero Rob Roy and his family as well as the new church which exhibits interesting antiquities.

Weather in Trossachs & Breadalbine, Argyll & Stirling

If you are considering booking a Trossachs & Breadalbine holiday rental cottage then you will be pleased to hear that you can expect good summer weather and cold winters. The warmest time of the year to have a Trossachs & Breadalbine holiday is between the months of May and August, when the temperature during the day can reach as high as 26°C. The coldest months of the year tend to be December and January when the daytime temperature can fall as low as 4°C. The annual rainfall for the area is 43 inches.

Travel to Trossachs & Breadalbine, Argyll & Stirling Travellers on a Trossachs & Breadalbine holiday will land at Glasgow Airport (GLA) which is approximately an hour away from the area. Airlines offering regular, cheap flights to the area include British Airways, Flybe, BMIbaby and Air Southwest. Passengers can depart from a variety of UK airports including Birmingham (BHX), Leeds (LBA), East Midlands (EMA), London Gatwick (LGW) and Manchester (MAN).

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        Lovely, light cottage with gorgeous extension

        5 of 5
        Myself, husband and 1 year old daughter had a fantastic long weekend in Tricia's cottage. It is perfectly situated for accessing cycle paths to Callander and Killin and didn't need to use the car once! The cottage is on a busy road but it's quiet at night and didn't bother us at all. It was also very well stocked with essentials and welcome bottle of prosecco was greatly appreciated! Strathyre has a few pubs and cafes to eat in but our favourite was MHor 84, a 10 min cycle away.
        • Review Submitted: May 12, 2017
        • Date of Stay: May 2017

        Very impressed with the cottage it was clean and big enough for 8 people

        5 of 5
        The cottage was very nice, we would recommend it and would go back again.
        • Review Submitted: Feb 07, 2017
        • Date of Stay: Feb 2017