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Gingham House B&B, Coffee Shop & Bistro
7 Main Street
Doune
Perthshire

FK16 6BJ | View map

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Our coffee shop Bistro has been open for 3 years now and we can now offer B&B in our courtyard .Our rooms are newly refurbished ensuite showers . Both double rooms with antique beds and fresh décor.

Doune is situated 32 miles from Edinburgh Airport / 38 miles from Glasgow airport./ Doune is a conservation village Doune is very centrally situated for discovering Scotland easy to get to all major attractions/ Also good for stopping off on the way very North. Doune castle is very historic and there are lovely walks along the river . Stirling is app 7 miles south which also has its castle other tourist attractions and an excellent shopping center.

Locally there is an interesting Red Kite center / a large antique center and the Blairdrumond safari park is app 4 mile south .Not far of to the national park .

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Nearest Train Station: Dunblane
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Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 2
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