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Offering free WiFi and mountain views, Private Coach house in gated residence provides accommodations located in Stirling, just 1312 feet from Blair Drummond Safari & Adventure Park. Lovely apartment, very clean and spacious. Location is ideal - about 10 minutes in one direction from central Stirling and 20 minutes in the other direction from the lochs of the Trossachs. Near the road for easy access but very quiet. Kitchen has everything you need for a longer stay.
Struan Coach house in gated residence is set in Stirling, 16 mi from Glengoyne Distillery, 4.3 mi from Stirling Castle, and 1312 feet from Blair Drummond Safari & Adventure Park. Beautiful location! Great property hosts where great very accommodating- will definitely be back.
Located between Blair Drummond and the village of Thornhill, the Smiddy Barn Apartment is just 8 miles from Stirling city center. The self-catering accommodations has a garden and free parking. Very cosy and clean, felt like home really. Would definitely recommend to others.
Loved Doune. It has the Castle even though when I visited the Castle was closed for renovations. About a couple miles out there is a monument dedicated to David Stirling SAS. I actually walked and never realised until on route that there was no actual paths so many a time I jumped in hedges to on coming traffic. Thankfully I was wearing bright yellow raincoat!. The must see is the cemetery/ruins of Kilmadock. Easiest route is A84 from Doune, pass the Antiques centre, pass through Buchany and when you see signs for Doune stables to the right - opposite is a footpath sign taking you down to the path that leads through the woods to the ancient cemetery - worth seeing. On the last day of every month people of the ROOK ( Rescuers Of Old Kilmadock) clean/tidy the grave stones and I managed to be there and speak to them. .
Very pleasant small Scottish town. Doune Castle is a must - 3 intact floors! Cafes and shops had great choice and good quality, with decent opening hours. It's not totally flat, so may be challenging for wheelchair users, but accessibility seemed better than average.
A lovely little town with a stunning castle!! Fans of Outlander, Game of Thrones and Monty Python it’s an absolute must. A perfect staging area for visits to Stirling, edinburgh & Glasgow for those with a car.
Doune is well placed between Callander and Stirling, useful as a stop-off with a fascinating castle made famous more recently appearing in Outlander and the Monty Python Film, 'MP and the The Holy Grail'.
Doune Castle is the highlight for me, I'm a huge Python fan. Good food, a few interesting shops, easy walking all added up to a good stay. Get some coconuts at the castle and enjoy riding around.
it was a nice cottage in a small village the castle is worth a visit only 2 pubs and a italian resturant it is only 7miles to visit sterling and the castle but if you go to the castle go early as there is not mutch parking there there is a red kite sancheary just of the village