Bored of the same old walks?
Bark to your heart's content through wonderful parklands, meadows, woods and river trails just one minute from your doorstep. Grab a drink at any number of dog-friendly pubs, cafes and restaurants. On arrival, you'll have a water bowl waiting for you, a rug in front of the fire and there's a tricks and training book for your humans.
In summer, a bright, sunny inviting space with direct access onto the garden terrace and extensive (shared) grounds beyond - approx 1 acre.
In colder months, a cosy, rural haven with log burner and bath, offering comfort and all modern conveniences whilst sympathetically retaining character of this charming 1800's building.
Wander historic Ramoyle, explore the wilderness trails of Laighills whatever the weather. Come home to a hot bath, a roaring fire and Netflix or enjoy the sun and view of the garden from the terrace with a cold glass of your favourite tipple.
Feed your passion with two award-winning butchers and independent greengrocer selling the best fresh local produce.
There's plenty choice whether cooking at home, dining out or ordering in a takeaway. For groceries, we particularly like Weigh Ahead, Dunblane's Zero Waste Initiative. Our guests receive 10% discount.
At home, there's a well equipped kitchen - integrated oven with separate grill compartment, induction hob, freezer, dishwasher.
A separate laundry room houses the washing machine and drying pulley.
If you're looking for a bite to eat, there's great choice in Dunblane for a casual lunch, afternoon tea, bar supper or restaurant meal overlooking the river.
DOUNE CASTLE Just 4.8 miles from your door on a walking and cycle route from Dunblane, has featured in a multitude of film and literary works including 'Monty Python and The Holy Grail' and MGM's 'Ivanhoe' with Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.
Doune has starred as Castle Leoch in 'Outlander', Winterfell in 'Game of Thrones' and Castle Douglas and church in the Netflix original, 'Outlaw King'.
GLENFINNAN RAILWAY, The Hogwart Express in the Harry Potter franchise (above).
In Edinburgh, you can visit two cafés where JK Rowling has confirmed she worked on large portions of her books; 'Nicholson's' (now 'Spoon' cafe), and Traverse Theatre Cafe. The most well-known, The Elephant House suffered significant internal damage by fire in 2021.
The village of FALKLAND (below) was borrowed in Outlander for Claire and Frank's 'Inverness' honeymoon, taking lodgings at 'Mrs Baird's Bed & Breakfast'.