The Old Schoolhouse, Lochearnhead
Sleeps 4 – WiFi – Log Burning Stove
About The Old Schoolhouse, Lochearnhead
The Old Schoolhouse is a self catering holiday cottage, sitting at the West end of Loch Earn with stunning views down the loch towards St Fillans and our local Munro Ben Vorlich and surrounding mountains. In the heart of the of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park a good central base for touring the Highlands and enjoying the dramatic scenery of Rob Roy Country. Just over an hour from Perth, Glasgow or Edinburgh.
Renovated in 2015 to an exceptionally high standard, you enter the cottage into a superb well-equipped modern kitchen / dining area with seating for 4, with two breakfast seats. From here you enter the spacious lounge with a stone feature fireplace with wood burning stove (logs are provided), leather seating, and coffee table. Freeview TV.
The king size en-suite bedroom leads off the lounge, with fitted wardrobe and drawers plus a feature wood burning stove (for effect only not for use). The twin bedroom leads off the corridor and has a fitted wardrobe. There is a family bathroom with spa bath, sink and toilet.
TV & DVD
Conveniently situated on the A84, nearby the local Lochearnhead Village Store, just a short walk away.
Two village pubs / restaurants are within walking distance or a short drive away you have the Golden Larches or Mhor 84 at Balquhidder Station.You have a choice of golf courses, all clubs offer a warm welcome to visitors at St. Fillans, Comrie, Killin or Callander, a short golf break for occasional players or try more than one course.The National Cycle route runs through Lochearnhead so if you are looking for a cycling holiday the route 7 offers a great family day out with cycle hire available locally.
For the keen fishermen permits can be bought from the village shop and boat hire is available on Loch Earn so you can enjoy your fishing holiday.
If you are thinking of visiting for the annual Black Faced Sheep Shearing Competition, Highland Games Balvaig Music Festival, Mhor Festival or any other event, book early to avoid disappointment.
If you want to see more of Scotland you can take in the breathtaking scenery of Glencoe (40 mins), Pitlochry (60 mins) and Oban and the Isles (50 mins).
Watersports – You can launch your boat by arrangement on Loch Earn
Fishing – On Loch Earn by Boat or from the Loch shore with permits and bait available from the Village Store.
Cycling – National Cycle Route 7 passes through Lochearnhead giving traffic free cycling on the former Callander to Oban Railway. The route runs from Drymen to Pitlochry
Golf – St.Fillans, Comrie, Killin, Crieff and Callander are between 10 -20 minutes drive by car.
Walking – Lots of good walks start close by including Glen Ogle Trail. Whether you are a hill walker of experience or just a beginner the whole area abounds with delightful walks. For the experienced mountaineer there are over twenty ‘Munros’ within a twenty-mile radius of Lochearnhead, and great routes all-year round. Our closest been Ben Vorlich, Ben Lawers and Ben More.Local maps and information are available at the Killin Outdoor shop.
No Dogs/ No Smoking
- 1 king-size bedroom (en-suite) Fitted wardrobe and storage drawers
- 1 twin bedroom Fitted wardrobe
- Spa bath, shower, WC and washbasin
- Store cupboards
- Television & DVD player
- Selection of books, and games
- Leather sofas and coffee table
- Log burning stove (logs provided)
Kitchen / Dining
- Ceramic Hob/ Electric Oven
- Fridge / Freezer
- Washing Machine
- Open plan dining area
- Table with seating for 4
- 2 additional breakfast seats
- Steps leading to a large stoned seating area
- Block paving parking adjacent to the property
- Parking for two cars
- Heat source central Heating
- The outside area is not enclosed so children must be supervised.
- Bed linen and towels provided
- Welcome tray on arrival
- All on one level
- Steps to seating area at rear