Tyndrum

Tyndrum A small village 5 miles North of Crianlarich in the heart of hillwalking country around Glen Lochy. It lies in Strathfillan, at the southern edge of Rannoch Moor. The name translates as “the house on the ridge” and is of Gaelic origin. The village is overshadowed by the Munro, Ben Lui. Tyndrum lies within…

Callander and Brig o’ Turk

Callander and Brig o’ Turk Callander is  a popular tourist town situated on the River Teith and commonly known as the “Gateway to the Highlands”. It is on the border of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. A Victorian spa town that became popular due to the proximity of The Trossachs and Sir Walter…

Balquhidder and Strathyre

Balquhidder and Strathyre Balquhidder is a small hamlet located in rural Stirlingshire. Overlooked by the dramatic mountain terrain of the Braes of Balquhidder at the head of Loch Voil. Balquhidder church and Rob Roy’s grave are a popular sightseeing spot. There are a number of walks in the area, including Kirkton Glen and Creag an…

Stirling

Stirling Stirling is the ancient capital of Scotland and its long history means there are lots of great sights to explore. Stirling Castle at the heart of the Old Town, with its reconstructed great hall, is brimming with stories of the past. The Wallace Monument dedicated to Scotland’s National Hero offers great views of the…

Perthshire

Perthshire The historic city of Perth sits beside the River Tay. The name “Perth” comes from the Pictish word for a wood or copse and there is evidence of settlements going back 8000 years on the raised ground beside the flood plain of the River Tay. Visitors can still see neolithic standing stones and circles…

Gleneagles Village and Auchterarder

Gleneagles Village and Auchterarder Auchterarder (Uachdar Àrdair, or Upper Highland in Gaelic) is a small town near the Ochil Hill is Perthshire. The mile and a half long High Street has earned the town its nickname “The Long Town”. Visitors to Auchterarder will find restaurants, coffee shops, galleries and other attractions in the town as…

Lochearnhead

Lochearnhead Lochearnhead is a village in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, with Loch Earn known for fishing and watersports, the National Cycle Network and the local munro Ben Vorlich offering popular walks. If you are looking for accommodation, cottages, lodges or holiday homes in the area we have a selection of self catering…

Comrie and Crieff

Comrie and Crieff Comrie and Crieff offer a wide range of activities, golf clubs, Comrie Croft bike hire, walks, fishing and cycling. The annual Comrie Fortnight event attracts large numbers of visitors and the Crieff Hydro Hotel is a popular spa resort and activity centre. If you are looking for self catering holiday accommodation we…

Killin

Killin Find holiday accommodation in the Highland Perthshire of Killin nearby Loch Tay. Visit the Falls of Dochart, the Old Watermill in Killin, the local golf club and walks. Enjoy Loch Tay safaris, fishing and sailing, or explore the Ben Lawers Mountain Reserve. At the other end of the loch you will find the quiet…