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Auchenlaich Farmhouse
Callander
Perthshire

FK17 8LQ | View map
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Auchenlaich provides 4 star Scottish Farmhouse B&B with optional dinner here at the eastern gateway to The Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, and is very much a family run guest house specialising in restful breaks in a quiet countryside location away from the stress of day to day living. The farmhouse nestles in the heart of the Trossachs with stunning views over green fields to rolling hills. The backdrop is the ever changing "Ben Ledi" and the only traffic around is the sheep and cows in the nearby fields.

Right on our door step, the new cycleway (SUSTRAN 7) provides very easy cycling on a nearly level disused railway trackbed from here to Killin. Forest enterprise have provided cycle friendly pathways through the forests, and besides this, there are many easily accessible and enjoyable walks and tracks in the woods and hills surrounding Auchenlaich Farmhouse here at Callander.

Trossachs attractions and activities are in easy driving distance. Auchenlaich is only a third of a mile from the main road, 1 mile from Callander Village, 14 miles from Stirling and 45 miles from both Glasgow or Edinburgh. This makes us very centrally situated and a perfect base for touring.

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