Our holiday homes are situated in the stunning countryside, however we are close to all the major cities and attractions. Explore to your hearts content or you can just sit back and enjoy the view
Visit the pretty village of Dollar and take a walk up Dollar Glen to Castle Douglas, a dramatic ruined castle from 15th century. View the splendid Doric facade of Dollar Academy, designed by architect William Playfair.
Stirling Castle & the Wallace Monument are a fantastic experience for all the family. Meet costumed performers dressed as courtiers and ladies in waiting, find out what life was like in the castle.
Visit Scotland’s capital city, just a short journey over the River Forth – Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Palace, Old Town, New Town, Botanical Gardens & Museums
Culross with its quaint cobbled streets and Abbey is just down the road. A trip can be combined with another pretty village square Dunmore and The Pineapple
Dunfermline is at the heart of Scotland’s history and the royal and monastic past dominates the town. There are a wide number of historical venues such as the royal palace, a 12th century abbey, which is the final resting place of Robert the Bruce!
Widely known as the home of golf and also boasts Scotland’s oldest university. It has two great beaches, one being the magnificent West Sands. Other attractions include the Botanic Gardens, British Golf Museum, St Andrews Aquarium and the Byre Theatre
Fife Coastal Path
Stretching for 117 miles across beautiful scenery, the Fife Coastal Path, with its fantastic range of walks, wildlife and sealife, offers an unrivalled haven and the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Perth is a bustling city of around 50,000 inhabitants. It offers a range of entertainment, shops, cafés and restaurants and is recognised as one of Scotland’s premier culinary centres.
Callander is often described as the gateway to the Highlands and is a popular base for tourists exploring the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park and ‘Rob Roy Country’, or stopping off on their way up into the Highlands
Travel to Kinross and LochLeven Castle on an island where Mary Queen of Scots was held prisoner
Dundee is Scotland’s fourth largest city and a fantastic base for touring, shopping, eating out, entertainment and visiting a varied mix of attractions.
Victorian Industrial architecture, walking tours of landmark turn of the last century buildings including those by Charles Rennie MacIntosh
We are very centrally located. With access to the main routes, cities, towns and local attractions!