Lesley Gordon welcomes you to Glendale Cottage, Self Catering Accommodation in Stirling
One of Stirling's best value De-Luxe self catering properties. Glendale Cottage is available to rent for short stays (minimum of 3 nights) & longer periods. Warm and cosy all year round, it has both central heating & a gas effect fire in the living room.
Quality Through out & no hidden surprises: Guests love the quality furnishings, beautfully tiled floors & the made to measure log fire surround. Wifi is free & throughout the cottage and all linen is supplied & power costs are included.
On sunny days there is a large garden to enjoy the open views to Stirling & The Ochil Hills and watching the local horses and the visiting wildlife.
Doing nothing in particular: Glendale's Guest's love sitting outside using the table & chairs or sitting on the garden bench & enjoying the open views. Others prefer finding a quiet spot in the house and enjoying a good book, a nice glass of wine and just chilling out. For those darker nights there are flat screen TVs, Sky freeview TV & a selection of DVD's.
Just bring yourself & your supplies. Glendale comes fully equipped with all you could possibly need including a dishwasher & washing machine. You can even arrange for your groceries to be delivered directly to Glendale ahead of your arrival.
'No light pollution here': Our starry skies make this a perfect location for 'Star Gazing' and you can't help but feel rejuvenated by breathing in our clear unspoiled country air.
One week is not be enough! Officially the Gateway to the Highlands, Stirling is perfectly located for exploring central Scotland & beyond.
Literally on our doorstep are the following local attractions: Locally are Plean Country Park, Bannockburn Battle Site, The Pineapple, Menstrie & Stirling Castles. Only a short drive: The Wallace Monument, The Falkirk Wheel, Alloa Tower, Argaty Red Kites & Blairdrummond Safari Park.
Some of our Guest's favourite 'Things To Do'.
1. Take a trip to the Trossachs and visit the David Marshall Lodge:Here you can watch people tackling Go Ape the UK's longest zip wire or even have a go yourself. Only a short drive away is Loch Katrine where you can sail on an original steam driven Victorian boat the SS Sir Walter Scott.
2. Spend the day in The City of Stirling: You can spend a full day visit Stirling Castle and The Wallace Monument alone. Stirling also has a railway station allowing you to park up and take the train to visit Glasgow and Edinburgh.
3. Tackle Ben Lomond: One of Scotland's Munros this is a must for Munro baggers! Located on The West Highland Way the drive is via Balmaha to Rowardennan and is also a great day out. If walking Ben Lomond you should make sure you leave plenty of time and are prepared for weather changes. The views from the top are spectacular.
4. Visit Glengoyne Distillery: Glengoyne is a one of Scotland's most Southerly distilleries. It is open all year round for Tours, Masterclasses and Whisky Tastings and is a must visit venue.
5. Visit Blair Drummond Safari Park: Located on the edge of Stirling Blair Drummond is perfect for both big kids and wee kids. If visiting Blair Drummond you should allow a full day to explore every part of this Wild Life park.