|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
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Converted from the old school this two bedroom stone cottage offers cosy accommodation for four people, with one double and one twin bedroom, a lounge, galley kitchen and shower room. Outside facilities include two small patios and a lawned area to the side of the cottage, from where you can enjoy the same stunning views that you enjoy from the lounge and kitchen.
Conveniently situated; close to the Lochearnhead Village Store, and Post Office, which are within 200 yards.
Two local restaurants and bars offering good food are within walking distance.
Off road parking in spacious gravelled driveway
The cottage is on ground floor level, has electric storage/convection heating in all rooms and comprises:
Electric feature fire
Wall mounted large screen TV
Dining table, four chairs
Sofa and chair
Fully fitted, well equipped
Two single beds
Tall set of drawers
With shower cubicle, toilet and wash basin
Electricity, bed linen and towels are included in the tariff.
We bought this old cottage mainly because of it's fantastic views, we are surrounded by mountains (including a Munro to the right of the Loch) as it's at the head of the loch the view is amazing, it's also a brilliant base from which to explore, in fact we were stunned at how much there is to see and do, the village is welcoming and friendly with a shop, post office and a couple of good places to eat out
there is a highland games each year practically opposite, the black faced sheep shearing championships are also held here.
Property was clean and comfortable. It is located on a busy main road, that creates noise. Some small touch ups are needed, such as the shower door and curtains are inoperable. Yard needs a little bit of attention.
This cottage is charming and lovely! It was everything we needed for our family with two small children. It is in an excellent area for exploring Loch Lomond and the Trossachs. The cottage was very clean and had everything we needed. The owners have a very beautiful property and take very good care of their home and guests. I would definitely recommend staying here!
As we arrived and parked the car the view was amazing, Lochearnhead in all its glory. The cottage had everything we needed for our short break, including wifi for the kids, from the kitchen to the bedrooms we needed naught. Great place to enjoy walks and a national cycle route( no 7 )on the doorstep. The local shop just yards away and the nearest bar/restaurant only 1/2 a mile walk that is also dog friendly. Great place to stay that I would highly recommend. Oh and the milk and biscuits were well received.
We had a really nice stay in the Stone Cottage. It was very spacious, clean, comfortable and the view from the kitchen is absolutely amazing. The wee garden was great. We even had a picnic lunch there with our little boy. All of the little extra touches were unexpected and very much appreciated. I would highly recommend.
We rented Clachan Cottage to use for day trips around the Highlands and found it perfect. Great location, clean and well equipped. We struggled a bit with the front door key the first time we tried it but eventually sorted it out.
Highly recommend this property to those interested in a quiet scenic base of operations.
From our initial contact and throughout our 10 day stay everything was perfect.
Our party consisted of 4 adults and our faithful Labrador.
The lounge is very spacious and has the most comfortable recline couch and chair.
The bedrooms are large enough and have plenty storage and are fitted out very well.
The cottage is in the perfect location, with wonderful views of the loch and mountains.
The local shop, which is a couple of minutes walk away, has most essentials, and there is a Tesco express and a Co-op in Callander, (15 to 20 minutes drive) .
We would certainly recommend this cottage and stay there again.
CROFTEARN sits at the head of Loch Earn with magnificent views of the Loch and surrounding mountains which are set in the heart of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
A great base for exploring Scotland.
Fishing - On Loch Earn, by boat from the Drummond Fish Farm or from the Loch Shore. Permits are available from the Village store a short walk away.
Cycling – National Cycle Route 7 passes through Lochearnhead giving traffic free cycling on the former railway track between Callander and Killin. Cycle hire at Mounter Bikes, Callander
Golf – St Fillans, Comrie, Killin, Crieff and Callander are less than 30 minutes drive by car and offer excellent facilities.
Walks – Lots of good walks from the doorstep, including the Glen Trail and for the more adventurous try bagging a few munros. Ben Vorlich, Ben More, Ben Lawers or Ben Lomond. .
CAR DAY TRIPS – will allow you to take in the breathtaking scenery of Glencoe (40 mins), Pitlochry (60 mins) Oban and the Isles (50 mins).
Stirling Castle and The Wallace Monument are within an hours drive away.
Great Family days out are Auchingarrich Wildlife Park at Braco and Blair Drummond Safari Park, Doune again within an hours drive away.
The Balquhidder, Lochearnhead and Strathyre Highland Games which celebrated its 200th Anniversary in 2007 and takes place each year on the 2nd last Saturday in July.
Also held at Lochearnhead are the Scottish Blackface Sheep Shearing Championship takes place in Lochearnhead.
Callander is @ 12 miles, it has a lovely main street and sits on the river Teith it has a good Tourist Information Office along with supermarkets, pubs etc.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
22 Oct 2016 - 16 Dec 2016
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
Xmas & New Year
17 Dec 2016 - 6 Jan 2017
7 night minimum stay
for 7 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
a deposit of 20% is required to reserve dates, the balance becomes due 6 weeks prior to the stay
there are no other additional fees