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Templelea Farm Cottage

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Templea Farm Cottage is a modern, 3 bedroom self-catering holiday cottage with wifi and a garden, on a working sheep farm in the edge of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. The cottage sleeps up to 6 people.

Loch Lomond and Trossachs visitors can enjoy this comfortable three bedroom farm bungalow for holiday accommodation which benefits from a high standard of facilities and panoramic views of the Campsie Fells. Templelea is a great location to relax and unwind, and is on the doorstep for lots of great walking, cycling, wildlife watching and touring.


Living room with coal effect fire, colour TV and DVD. Open plan kitchen/Dining room with fridge/freezer, electric cooker, dishwasher and microwave. High chair available. Two twin and one double bedrooms. Full luxurious bathroom with corner bath, separate shower enclosure, WC and washhand basin; plus separate shower room, with WC and wash handbasin. Windows overlook the large garden. Utility area.

The double and twin bedroom have great views over the Campsie Fells. Guests can enjoy the large garden with furniture and there is ample parking beside the house.

Utility area and washing machine/Electric central heating/Bed linen and towels are provided. 

The location is an ideal base for touring, situated in Central Scotland, near Loch Lomond. It is 30 minutes from the Trossachs and Callander; 30 minutes from Stirling; 90 minutes from Edinburgh; and 60 minutes from Glasgow.

Owners Walter and Jeanette have worked Templelea since 1977.

Extra Information

No smoking and no pets are allowed.

Booking Information

Guest normally arrive and depart on a Saturday.

Contact & Booking

Templelea Farm Cottage
G63 0SE


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