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Edenwood Self Catering Holiday Cottage

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This lovely 4 Star self catering accommodation sleeps four people in a double and a twin room. The living room is cosy with its wood burning stove, comfy sofas and amazing view, so even if the weather is not so good you can still enjoy the wonderful scenery. There is a well equipped kitchen if you enjoy cooking and baking along with a separate dining room in which to sit and savour your creations. The south facing garden is a perfect spot to relax and enjoy the views together with the many wild visitors - pheasants, deer and hares are frequently to be found in the garden.

Extra Information

Balfron is just 20 minutes from the village of Balmaha on the shores of Loch Lomond where you can spend the day on the beautiful beaches, or maybe you would prefer exploring the nearby Trossachs, homeland of the notorious Rob Roy MacGregor. 

It's a perfect base for walking/climbing the nearby mountains (Corbetts and Munros) - Ben Lomond, Ben Venue, Ben A'an, Ben Ledi to name just a few in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.

The historical city of Stirling with its majestic castle is just 20 miles away, as is the bustling city of Glasgow. Edinburgh is about one hour in the car, or you get a train from Stirling.

Dogs welcome on request - £25 per stay.

 

 

Booking Information

Phone: 07775851537

Email: edenwoodcottage@btinternet.com

Website: www.edenwoodcottage.co.uk

Trip Advisor Reviews: www.tripadvisor.co.uk/VacationRentalReview-g1489508-d7041916-Edenwood_Cottage_nr_Loch_Lomond_the_Trossachs-Balfron_Scotland.html

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Edenwood Self Catering Holiday Cottage
Edenwood Cottage
Balfron
G63 0QD

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