Hit the Road...Adventure Awaits


Scotland is blessed with some of the most spectacular scenery the UK has to offer. 

Cottage Apartment nestles in Ramoyle's Conservation Area, Dunblane on the edge of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park in the heart of Scotland - the perfect base to from which to adventure.  

Dunblane is steeped in history, surrounded by stunning scenery and blessed with great public transport links (see below), ours is the perfect central location for adventuring in every direction.

Below: (1) Dunblane Cathedral in the heart of Dunblane; (2) Loch Voil, Trossachs;
Your scenic walk to the high street from Cottage Apartment.
(4) Laighills Parkland - Laighill Place where we are located, connects directly to the parklands - just 1 minute from your doorstep. 


The Duke's Pass Drive (below) is under half an hour from Cottage Apartment. We never, ever tire of the spectacular and ever-changing hues in the landscape throughout the seasons. 


Dunblane's Mainline Railway is situated in the villlage centre, past the Post Office (main branch) approx. 10min walk from the property and connects with Perth, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, all once or twice an hour Mon-Sat.

Scotrail Timetables

Dunblane - Edinburgh - 1 hour (via Stirling, 7-8mins)

Dunblane - Glasgow Queen St - 49mins (via Stirling, 7-8mins)

Dunblane - Aberdeen - 3hrs (via Perth, 38mins)

Dunblane - Aviemore - from 2hr 15mins

Buses travel regularly from the end of Ramoyle. (4-5min walk from the property)

The 15A runs Perth to Stirling taking in Bridge of Allan, the University of Stirling and the towns of Braco, Muthill and Crieff to the north. 


Below: (1) By bus - Ardoch Roman Fort, Braco (2) Glasgow Green; (3) Cockburn Street, Edinburgh

Kingdom of Fife - Day Trip from Dunblane

St Andrews (below) is surrounded by rolling farmland and incredible coastal scenery. It rests on the eastern peninsula of the Kingdom of Fife and is about an hour by car.

Fife's crowning jewel is the East Neuk (meaning nook or corner in Scots), encompassing the picturesque fishing villages of Pittenweem, St Monan's and West Wemyss (below)


Walk one of the most beautiful stretches of the Fife Coastal trail from Elie's award winning beach to Anstruther (both below) where you can pick up their highly acclaimed fish and chips, straight off the boats into the fryer.