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Population: 750
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Trossachs Holiday Park
"This site is set in beautiful surroundings and is used primarily for statics and lodges with touring caravans and tents. The site staff are wonderful and helpful but the site toilet ..." More

Forest Hills Hotel
"We went for drinks on the stunning terrace and dinner in the evening. The setting is georgeous without a doubt, unfortunately the same cannot be said for the food. The ..." More

Rob Roy Hotel
"After reading some of the reviews here I was a bit concerned about going - however, I need not have worried. (10 of us went for the dinner dance). ..." More

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Aberfoyle may be a sleepy Stirlingshire village with a modest population of about 700, but it is regularly invaded by visitors looking to explore the Tolkien-esque scenery of the Trossachs. Less than an hour along the A81 from Glasgow, yet a million miles away from the bustle of the city, it is Aberfoyle that is considered the gateway to the lochs and forests of the Trossachs. The secret majesty of the area was revealed by Sir Walter Scott, whose 1810 poem, The Lady Of The Lake, featured the Lake Of Monteith, Scotland’s only lake. The David Marshall Lodge is an essential port of call for those visiting the forests of the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park. It arranges guided walks and issues permits for the nearby lochs, where there’s excellent fishing for trout and pike. Boat hire is available for most lochs in the Trossachs. Forest Hills sports centre, Kinlochard, is a short drive from Aberfoyle and rents boats for fishing and sightseeing Loch Ard. And if you want some fun on dry land then the rather unlikely alliance of duck and sheepdog is on hand as the ‘Quack Commandoes’ (their words) put on their unique display of sheepdogs herding Indian Runner Ducks. And who said The Scottish Sheepdog School didn’t have a sense of humour?


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Kilmun Arboretum
Scottish Wool Centre


Trossachs Holiday Park


Aberfoyle Medical Centre

Golf Club



Inversnaid Bunkhouse

Pub and Bar

Old Coach House Inn


Aberfoyle Primary School


The Cab Co
Trossachs Cab Co


The Mill Shop
The Fabric Gallery


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Inchrie Castle Hotel (0.48 miles)

Inchrie Castle Hotel

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Inchrie Castle Hotel stands in the beautiful surroundings of the Trossachs in the heart of Scotland's first National Park. A former keep, built on a knowe above the village of ... More

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Gartmore House (2.11 miles)

Gartmore House

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Explore the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park whilst staying at our 18th century historic country mansion. Set in 75 acres of private grounds and with panoramic views across 20 ... More

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The Lake Of Menteith Hotel (3.62 miles)

The Lake Of Menteith Hotel

Our philosophy is to create a hotel which fulfils our idea of the perfect place to go and stay. This perfect place, whether restaurant or hotel, should be entirely in sympathy with its surroundings. We want ... More | visit website

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Ballochneck Country House (5.38 miles)

Ballochneck Country House

Ballochneck is one of the most romantic retreats in Scotland, sitting proudly in beautiful countryside nestled between Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Parks. Owners Donnie and Fiona Allan are passionate about running Ballochneck to ... More | visit website

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Loaninghead Farm (6.74 miles)

Loaninghead Farm

An 18th century hunting lodge in the days of Rob Roy McGregor(scottish outlaw)depicted in BraveHeart film, situated in the heart of Loch Lomond, Stirling & Trossachs. Now a livestock farm. With Magnificient views of the ... More | visit website

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Westcot Guest House (7.47 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 (7.47 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 (7.70 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 (7.70 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 Waverley Hotel (7.76 miles)

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Ideally situated to explore the natural beauty of the Trossachs National Park, this charming hotel is set in Callendar, at the ‘Gateway to the Highlands’. Offering comfortable en suite rooms, equipped with ... More

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