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Rob Roy Hotel, Aberfoyle

Rob Roy Hotel
The Rob Roy is wonderfully situated in idyllic countryside at the gateway to Scotlands first National Park , and provides the ideal base for visiting the Trossachs, the Highlands and ... More Prices from £64.0

Macdonald Forest Hills Hotel & Resort, Stirlingshire

Macdonald Forest Hills Hotel & Resort
Macdonald Forest Hills Hotel & Spa is nestled on the banks of Loch Ard, in the heart of the Trossachs. This hotel provides a luxurious getaway on your doorstep, just ... More Prices from £90.0

Dreadnought Hotel , Callander

Dreadnought Hotel
Originally built in the 17th Century by the Chieftain of the Clan McNab as a hostelry for his fellow Clansmen travelling to the north. The Dreadnought McNab Clan Motto Dread ... More Prices from £70.0

Dunroamin, Balfron

Dunroamin
New family home with ground floor rooms that have modern shower facilities with underfloor heating, TV, wall mounted lights with individual reading lights. Showers are walk in, vanity offers ample ... More Prices from £78.75

Crown Hotel, Callander

Crown Hotel
Nowadays guests can relax and enjoy 21st century comfort in newly refurbished bedrooms whilst they admire the many original 18th century architectural features. Guests can choose from 7 beautifully inviting ... More Prices from £85.00

The Highland Guest House, Callander

The Highland Guest House
The Highland Guest House was built in 1790. It is a lovely 10 room guest house. It sits in a very nice location in the centre of Callander. ... More Prices from £75.0

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