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"Good Points: Very friendly staff, comfortable bed, convenient location, meals served til 10pm should people be arriving late at night. Bad Points: We were initially shown into a very small, dark ..." More

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Strathyre is a tranquil Highland village, 8 miles north Callander near Stirling in central Scotland. Lying on the west shore of Loch Lubnaig in the Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Strathyre is an access route to the Highlands and a convenient location to explore the well-known ‘Rob Roy Country’. Strathyre means ‘sheltered winding valley’ a good description with its setting amongst beautiful lochs, scenic mountains and breathtaking surrounding forest. Neighbouring Balquhidder is well-known for Rob Roy’s Grave. The first settlers were crofters and the original few cottages were built in 1700s. Strathyre today is a popular tourist resort for outdoor pursuits, sight-seeing, fishing and climbing with a selection of hills to choose from including the Munro Ben Vorlich. The Rob Roy Walk is a 72 mile walk stretching across the Highlands. The woodlands maintained by the Forestry Commission have miles of marked trails to walk or cycle. Ranger led walks are available to discover the secrets of the forest and wildlife including deer and birds of prey, they have also developed leisure facilities complete with cabins, campsites and amenities beside Loch Lubnaig. There are other hotels, B&B’s and holiday homes in the area. Nearby Loch Earn is a water-sports Centre. Callander has pony-trekking and canoeing.




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Munro Inn (0.08 miles)

Munro Inn

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Munro Inn is in Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, next to Rob Roy Way. The comfy inn serves home-cooked food, has free Wi-Fi, and is an ideal base for walkers. The traditional, ... More

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Creagan House Restaurant with Accommodation (0.44 miles)

Creagan House Restaurant with Accommodation
Creagan House is a perfect little gem of comfort surrounded by beautiful Highland scenery. Dating from the 17th century, the original farmhouse has been sympathetically restored and upgraded to provide a Baronial Dining Hall ... More | visit website
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Kings House Hotel (2.40 miles)

Kings House Hotel

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The Kings House Hotel is a family run accommodation establishment. The Kings House Hotel was built on the site of a Royal Hunting Lodge of the Stewart Kings and used by ... More

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Tigh Na Crich (4.45 miles)

Tigh Na Crich

Tigh Na Crich is a large traditionally built white stone house, dating from the mid 1800's. Situated in the small village of Lochearnhead, on the A84, Tigh na Crich is set at the foot ... More | visit website

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Clachan Cottage Hotel (4.60 miles)

Clachan Cottage Hotel
Welcome to Clachan Cottage Hotel, in the village of Lochearnhead, on the shores of Lochearn., close to Callander in the stunning area of the Scottish Highlands.

The Hotel with its lochside position beside ... More | visit website
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Westcot Guest House (6.88 miles)

Westcot Guest House
We are located directly next door to the St Andrews church (a very popular wedding venue), as well as being across the road from the C7 cycleway, the Callander meadows, and just 2 minutes walk ... More | visit website
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Poppies Hotel & Restaurant (6.88 miles)

Poppies Hotel & Restaurant

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Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, the only National Park in Scotland, invites you to this most stunning part of the U.K. Where Better to explore this area than the warm, ... More

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Dreadnought Hotel (7.02 miles)

Dreadnought Hotel

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Originally built in the XVII century by the Clan McNab, whose motto remains as the hotel's name. The Dreadnought provides a blend of history with modern day comfort and style. An extremely ... More

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Callander Meadows (7.08 miles)

Callander Meadows
Callander Meadows also offers three en-suite letting rooms with wireless broadband and great food in a licenced restaurant, private parking, and a town centre location. Callander, in the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park in ... More | visit website
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The Knowe (7.12 miles)

Built at the beginning of the twentieth century and enjoying many original Victorian and Edwardian features The Knowe has been for over 25 years a Guest House providing superb accommodation to numerous travellers from all ... More | visit website

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