A unique treasure trove of wildlife, natural beauty and wonderful water fronts, a cottage in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs national park offers visitors a fantastic opportunity to explore the great outdoors with the all the family. From lowland landscape in the south, to stunning mountain ranges in the north, and all being intertwined with gently lochs and rivers and dense woodlands and forests, this place holds an array of contrasts.
A holiday in a coastal cottage in the Argyll and Bute region is a great way to experience the area’s beautiful outdoors. With miles of unspoilt coastline homing picturesque sandy beaches, lots of heritage sites to explore, glorious gardens to visit and lots of fantastic walks and trials to enjoy through some lovely countryside scenery you can understand why its popular with all kinds of groups.
Alternatively, stay in a wonderful cottage by the sea in Perthshire amongst some of Scotland’s finest scenery. From here families can treat the kids to a day out at the Noah’s Ark family centre, or they’ll love a tip to see flying birds of prey at the Gleneagles School of Falconry. For the walker or hikers there’s huge choice of forest trails, paths through rugged mountain settings and gentle picnic walks around tranquil rivers. Explore the many towns and villages, home to a wealth of history, arts and craft shops, friendly pubs and quaint cafes.
Extending into the western fringes of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs national park, why not treat yourself to a fabulous holiday in the Stirlingshire region. This is an area rich in history with the city of Stirling being at the centre of it. Here you can explore its magnificent castle, sat in a dominant cliff-top position, and the old city centre bustles with visitors enjoying its old historical buildings including wonderfully preserved medieval churches and mansion houses. For a quieter more secluded day retreat to the coast or loch side and enjoy breath taking views of the stunning rural countryside.
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