Briar Steading and Little Briar Cottage

Self Catering

Briar Cottages, Easter Achraw, Lochearnhead, Perthshire, FK19 8PU

    Welcome to Briar Cottages Lochearnhead where fishing, petanque, boat mooring, putting and use of the hot tub are inclusive. Choose luxury 2 bedroom en suite Briar Steading or charming, compact pet friendly Little Briar. Both look south over Loch Ear

    Welcome To Briar Cottages:

    • Kim and Fraser Proven will welcome you to Briar Cottages self catering on the naturally beautiful banks of Loch Earn in the village of Lochearnhead, whether you choose spacious luxury cottage Briar Steading with 2 bedrooms en-suite or pet friendly cottage Little Briar. Both cottages sleep 4 in 2 bedrooms plus a baby. Briar Steading has a King size bed and bathroom/shower ensuite plus a twin bedroom with a large walk in wet shower room.  Little Briar offers a double and twin bedroom with a shared bathroom and shower room. Both cottages face south over Loch Earn with views of Edinample Castle, Ben Our, Glenample and Stuc A Chroin Munro.

    Loch Earn sunrise Briar Cottages Lochearnhead

    Picture:  Sunrise January 2014 from Briar Cottages slipway and garden on Loch Earn

    Naturally Beautiful Ancient Crofting Lands

    • Briar Cottages face south, boasting exceptional views over Loch Earn to Edinample Castle, Glenample and Stuch A Chroin. The cottages sit within three acre landscaped gardens (including a 250ft loch garden) on the ancient site of a B Listed thatched cottage (known as Easter Achraw until 1900); once home to MacGregors, McLarens and other crofting families from regional clans, who were tenants of The Earls of Breadalbane (Campbells) within the Parish of Balquhidder. In the 17th century Easter Achraw farm land was owned by The Earl of Atholl and was within the Parish of Comrie.

    Thatched Cottages, B Listed Briar Cottage Lochearnhead

    Picture: B Listed Briar Cottage's distinctive thatched roof and 250ft garden on Loch Earn in high waters.

    Three Acre Landscaped Gardens, Loch Garden and a B Listed Thatched Cottage.  

    • The Proven's invite guests to see inside Briar Cottage to marvel at the original Scots Pine timber cruck frame ceiling in the lounge under the thatch and to hear stories of past tenants and Lochearnhead folklore. Guests are also invited to use the 250ft garden and jetty on Loch Earn for trout fishing (15th March to October 6th), boat launching from the slipway,  mooring and Petanque in the Boulodrome. There is a summer house (heated in winter) and picnic tables around the grounds. Pets enjoy the large paddock to the rear of the cottages leading up to an old railway walkway and they love to splash in the stream that runs the length of the gardens. Pets can also swim from the garden on Loch Earn. There is a hot tub on the grounds in a wooden out building and anyone who wants to use it simply has to let the Proven's know and agree a time.

    Cruck Ceiling in Briar Cottages, a b listed thatched cottage on A85 Lochearnhead

    Picture: Briar Cottage owners lounge with original cow tether in the wall and scots pine cruck ceiling under the thatched roof

    Things To Do in This Pet Friendly Village and Area. 

    • There are 2 dog friendly hotels within 200m of Briar Cottages garden gates plus The Lochearnhead Water Sports centre and cafe that opens in the summer season.  The trout fishing season run from 15th March to 6th October and guests can fish without a permit from the Proven's 250ft garden on Loch Earn or hire a boat with a permit to fish on the loch. National Cycle route 7 runs past the village offering a picturesque walk and cycle track off road. The route leads from Lochearnhead via Balquhidder to Strathyre and Callander or to Killin and beyond in the opposite direction. Bikes can be delivered for hire from a dial a bike service. There are 2 golf courses within 10 minutes, St Fillans Golf Club at the east end of Loch Earn (local golfer Sandy Lyle's favourite inland course) and Killin Golf Club. There are many Munro's to choose including Ben Vorlich and Stuc A Chroin on the south side of Loch Earn. They can be accessed from the side of Ardvorlich House, home to the Ardvorlich Stewarts for centuries. Rob Roy McGregors gravestone is a 10 minute drive away in Balquhidder Kirk as is The Falls Of Dochart in Killin via Glen Ogle. Glencoe Mountain Resort is less than an hours drive up the A85. Perfect for skiing and snowboarding in winter and walking in other seasons. Ask Kim and Fraser about the nearest horse riding centre, scenic private tours, clay pigeon shooting, stalking, wildlife safari's, antiques trail, castles, distilleries and more. Receive two, 2 for 1 entry vouchers for The Famous Grouse Experience at Scotlands oldest distillery, Glenturret on arrival to Briar Cottages. The Loch Earn Brewery will be open in St Fillans at the east end of Loch Eatrn in April, producing Loch Earn Beer with a visitor centre, restaurants and bars.

    Picture: Guest cockapoo Oscar admires Briar Cottages pet friendly grounds and the stunning view of cottages, loch, castle and mountains

    Four Season Destination Attracts Artists, Photographers and Stargazers

    Briar Cottages are open all year round for weekly holidays and short breaks from 3 nights. EacAphrodite Briar Cottages Garden Lochearnheadh season has its charms and photographers are treated to an ever changing picture of hues, different lights and sky patterns,  whether the mountains are snow capped,  purple from the heathers or rusty with Autumn bracken.  There are no street lights outside Briar Cottages enabling guests to sleep soundly in winter and to benefit from the star and moonscapes that are quite fantastic. (security and outdoor lighting will guide you safely to your cottage on black nights). 

    An Abundance of Wildlife All Year Long

    • Wildlife enthusiasts will think that they are living in an episode of BBC Springwatch here as it is possible to spot  a wealth of critters that share Briar Cottages and Lochearnhead's habitat all year round, throughout the seasons.  Red and roe deer and stags visit the gardens as do oyster catchers, Canadian Geese, sandpipers, pied wagtails, swallows and martins. Herons, red kites, golden eagles sea eagles, bats and woodpeckers have all been seen. Red squirrels and pine martens have been spotted in the area too. Mallards hatch ducklings on the grounds and bring them to the loch garden to feed. Osprey pairs display their distinctive wings and fishing skills close to Briar Cottages loch garden all summer, to the delight of many and otters have been seen on a few occasions.  Fraser and Kim are members of The Loch Earn Tourism Initiative group who are alos members of Wild Scotland.  Guests who prefer a personal service can book a Hidden Glen Safari tour. Guide Alan Sneddon will pick you up from Briar Cottages in a Landrover and share his telescope and knowledge on where to spot local wildlife around the Braes O Balquhidder (Rob Roy MacGregor's stomping ground and final resting place).    Picture: Aphrodite at Briar Cottages slipway



         Loch Earn Events 

    • Loch Earn is shared by water sports enthusiasts, fishermen, the local yacht club,  scout groups, birds and visiting sea plane's taking off and landing. Lochearnhead is home to many great events like The Balquhidder, Strathyre and Lochearnhead Highland Games in July,  Other local events include; The annual Great Loch Earn Boat Race, The Lochearn Shears sheep shearing championships, open water swimming, The Village fete, married versus singles male and female charity football match, SAA model water plane flying, wake board competitions,  power boat water skiing, the horticultural show and The New Year dance in the village Hall

    Picture: Mallard Ducklings eating porridge at Briar Cottages.



    Loch Earn, Lochearnhead

    Lochearnhead Residents are Friendly and Welcoming

    • Lochearnhead has a friendly and welcoming community. Local newspaper The Villagers can be purchased from The Local Shop and Post office for local news, events and services.  Lochearnhead has circa 250 residents and you will be made to feel welcome whether you interact in local hotels, retail outlets and events or pass someone walking their dog.  Interact with the local community to get the best advise on what to do and see, where to go, where to eat and more.  There is also an abundance of information on The Loch Earn Tourism Initiative (LETI) group website  representing Lochearnhead and its neighbouring villages BalquhIdder, Strathyre and St Fillans. Or find a list of website contacts for local businesses here

     Picture: On Loch Earn, Glen Ogle in background


    Shopping and Gifts

    • Lochearnhead has a village store selling essential groceries, newspapers, fishing permits, bait and floats, hot pies and drinks. The shop is owned by Owen and run by locals. The Post Ofiice also sells animal products, cards, Maps gifts, ice cream and souvenirs.  Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury's deliver to Briar Cottages if you wish to pre arrange your shopping for self catering.  Killin village (7miles has a Co-op open until 10pm most nights and there is a petrol station shop Lix Toll, on route at about 5 miles. Callander (14 mles) has a Tesco open 6am to 11pm, St Fillans Shop (east end of Loch Earn) sells essentials and hires out fishing rods. Comrie Village (12 miles) offers a butcher, baker, vegetable shop, Spar, post office, pharmacy, bank, pet shop, delicatessen and old fashioned sweetie shop. SULA soft furnishing (2 miles on A84) offers bespoke products made from  Harris Tweed and Scottish Wool; a colourful display of produts with an upholstery service. The shop also sells a range of cottage industry products crafted by local talented villagers. New shop in Strathyre, Flutterbuys for interiors and gifts.

    Eating and Drinking

     Cakes and coffee from MHOR84

    Picture : Selection of delicious cakes and tray bakes at MHOR84

    • 2015 celebrates The Year of Food and Drink in Scotland. Guests can celebrate in style around here. We can boast top chefs, award winning restaurants, heavenly cakes and biscuits and a micro brewery with soon to be bottled Loch Earn beer in this area. Variety tea, coffee and cake lovers will enjoy what's on offer whether you are passing through the A84 / A85, out for a day trip, staying here on holiday or recovering after a walk or cycle. Ask us about cafes, hotels and restaurants in the area offering snacks to award winning fine dining. Both Lochearnhead Hotel restaurants and lounge bars are within a 200m stroll of Briar Cottages garden gates. They will welcome well behaved pets in the lounges. The Clachan Cottage Hotel offers bar meals in a sporty lounge with TV's, a jukebox and a pool table. The bar was refurbished in 2013 and there is a dining restaurant option.  The Lochearnhead Hotel is family run. Owner and chef Robert Kerr prepares all the meals receiving consistently high praise reviews for his dishes.  Both hotels face south over Loch Earn and have outdoor seating and tables. (NB The Lochearnhead Water sports centre and cafe is not currently operating). If you want a very quick or casual bite or cuppa, then pies and takeaway beverages are supplied from the Lochearnhead village shop. The St Fillans village shop at the east end of Loch Earn offers a cafe.  Within 3 miles on the A84 is The Golden Larches Restaurant and conservatory offering an extensive menu of all day meals and snacks plus a takeaway menu, e.g. fish and chips at weekends. A great stopping place for home baking. A little further on down the slip road from the A84 signposted Balquhidder/Rob Roys Grave is MHOR84 Motel. This lively bar serves excellent quality dishes using fresh and locally sourced produce from wee and big breakfasts to evening meals.  MHOR cakes and beverages are on display in a glass cabinet as you enter the premises tempting even the strongest willed with an array of delightful scones, tray bakes, tea breads and cakes. One of the hands on owners - creative chef Tom Lewis - is also behind the successful Monachyle MHOR, a luxury boutique hotel in Balquhidder offering fine dining and creative dishes that appeal to foodies worldwide. Further down the A84 is Creagan House in Strathyre village. This is another fine dining experience at an excellent value fixed price. Master Chef owner Gordon Gunn's dishes are served at highly polished mahogany tables in a Baronial style hall.  The restaurant is one of the first in the country to achieve Visit Scotland's "Taste Our Best" accreditation for excellence,  serving dishes that use at least 40% locally sourced, reared and grown ingredients. Travelling East from Lochearnhead to St Fillans you will find the privately owned Four Seasons Hotel offering bar meals, afternoon teas and fine dining with views over Loch Earn. Spot Rob Mulholland's mirrorred man sculpture "Still" in the loch near the hotels garden and jetty on Loch Earn. The Achray House Hotel next door offers a 2 course or 7 course taster menu. The Loch Earn Brewery Hotel is a welcome addition to the area with The Brewers Tap pub serving real ale. The Loch Earn Micro Brewery is under construction and will produce Loch Earn Beer in 2015  St Fillans Golf club  (Sandy Lyle's favourite inland course) at the head of the loch welcomes visitors into the clubhouse for excellent value meals.  There are many more restaurants in Killin and Callander and further afield.  See this map for more information on Briar Cottage favourites -   There are a number of outside caterers who can provide food from nibbles to buffets to dinners that you can order into Briar Cottages too.

     Touring Scotland using Briar Cottages, Lochearnhead as your base

    Briar Cottages garden on Loch H EA

    • Lochearnhead is so central within Scotland that it makes an ideal base whether you are an outdoor enthusiast, want to relax and enjoy the grounds or wish to explore other villages, towns, cities and attractions within Scotland.  Lochearnhead is only 58 miles from Glasgow and 60 from Edinburgh,  If you were driving from the cities and airports, travel 30 miles M9 Stirling Junction 10 and then 30 miles on the A84 all the way to Lochearnhead through mountains, Loch Lubnaig and picturesque villages.  Popular destinations from Briar Cottages are Rob Roy MacGregor's Gravestone, The McLaren Clan stone Creag an Turc  and The Friends Room at Balquhidder Church, The Falkirk Wheel, Andy Scotts installation art masterpiece The Kelpies at The Helix, Falkirk, Perth city, Stirling Castle, Deanston distillery, Doune Castle, Antique Centre Doune, Auchingarrich Wildlife Park Comrie, Glencoe Ski and Mountain resort, Oban and Mull (Tobermoray), The Crannog at Kenmore, Fort William, Inverness, Loch Lomond, Kenmore, Loch Tay, Oldest Yew tree in Europe at Fortingall, Aberfeldy cinemaf Visitor Centre and The Glenturret Distillery (Famous Grouse),  The Ring Of Breadalbane Explorer Bus Tour, The Falls of Dochart at Killin, Queen Elizabeth 11 forest park in The Trossachs, Pitlochry theatre, House Of Bruar and so much more. Guests who prefer to choose a tour package or create a bespoke private vehicle tour can hire the services of Lochearnhead Villagers George and Helen Cunningham of Highland Glen Travel

    2014 Events in Scotland

    Playing Boule on the Banks of Loch Earn- Briar Cottages Luxury Self Catering Lochearnhead

    Fraser playing Petanque at Briar Cottages on Loch Earn

    • Golf:  Gleneagles will play host to The Ryder Cup 2014 in Auchterarder 26-28th September is the official competition with practice dates from 23-26th September. Gleneagles is only a 40 minute drive from Loch Earn. A scenic route along the A85. There are many golf courses within a half hour drive including "Sandy Lyles Favourite Inland Course" St Fillans Golf Club at the East end of Loch Earn.  Briar Steading has Sky Sports enabling guests to catch up on sports and  highlights in the comfort of the luxury cottage. The event will begin with a Ryder Cup gala music concert at The Hydro in Glasgow. (58 miles)
    • Homecoming : McLarens, MacGregors, Campbells, Stewarts, McNabs and Fergusons have ancestral links to Loch Earn. The annual Highland Games in Lochearnhead in July attracts local clan descendants and visitors.
    • Bloody Scotland International Crime Writing Festival, Stirling September 19-21st Stirling,
    • Local annual events: The Lochearn Shears, The BLS Highland Games Lochearnhead, The Stuc A Chroin Hill Race, The Strathyre Music Festival and The annual MHOR festival -see Loch Earn Tourism Initiative Events

    Personal Aims: Hosts Kim and Fraser Proven

     Kim Proven hosts Briar Cottages with husband Fraser Proven

    • We aim to ensure guests of an enjoyable, comfortable and memorable experience at Briar Cottages and are always on hand or at the end of a telephone to respond to any queries.  We encourage guests to ask questions, provide feedback and to , inform us of anything that needs upgrading. 

    Classic Morgan at Briar Cottages Loch Earn

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    Opening Times
    Open All Year
    Open Christmas
    Open New Year
    Opening Times 2014
    1 Jan 2014 - 31 Dec 2014

    Briar Steading ranges from £450 to £950 per week and Little Briar from £250 to £750 per week

    Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

    Accommodation Type

    • Cottage 1 luxury cottage with 1 kings size and 1 twin bedroom ensuite. 1 pet friendly cottage with 1 double , 1 twin and 1 bathroom with electric shower over the bath
    • Holiday Rentals
    • Seasonal Breaks Open all year round for week and short breaks from 3 nights. 3 nights 60%, 4 nights 70%, 5 nights 80%, 6 nights 90% of the weekly tariff with flexible start days.
    • Self Catering Holiday


    • Children Welcome Children of all ages are welcome at Briar Cottages
    • Cot Available Simply ask when booking and a Redkite travel cot will be in your chosen cottage
    • Highchair Available Simply mention that you require a high chair when booking
    • Outdoor Play Area Adults must supervise children outside at all times as the terrain at the rear is on a slope and rocks, hard surface patio slabs and decking can be slippery. Children must not cross the A85 or enter the loch garden without an adult for safety.


    • 24hr CCTV There is a CCTV Camera at the front and rear of our thatched cottage where we can watch for your arrival.
    • Internet Access Wifi is available in both cottages at the front windows only.
    • Picnic Area There are picnic tables at the top of the garden and at the summer house and loch garden in addition to those at each of the cottages,
    • Smoking Restricted No smoking inside the cottages or summer house however you are welcome to smoke anywhere outside.

    Languages Spoken

    • French Speaking A little school French. Je parle un tout petit peu français and can work with Google Translate.


    • Lochside Location
    • Mountains area
    • Rural Location
    • Sea/Loch View
    • Village Location
    • Waterfront Location

    Special Requirements

    • Business Travellers
    • Children Welcome
    • Dogs Welcome Dogs are welcome in Little Briar cottage our pet friendly cottage. Bring 1 dog if 4 book and 2 dogs if only 2 people book.
    • Families
    • Groups Welcome
    • No Pets Allowed No pets allowed in Briar Steading (book our pet friendly cottage Little Briar)
    • Pets Allowed
    • Pets Welcome
    • Senior Citizens Briar Steading is ideal for comfort of the elderly. Please note the driveway up is a short 40 degree slope so ensure that you can manage to walk up and down alone or with assistance otherwise take the car up and down.
    • Single Travellers No problem with a single person booking either cottage however there are no supplements as the whole cottage and gardens have to be reset at the end. We have had single travellers and we are on site to assist with any questions + chat if you want company
    • Young People


    • Eating Out Facilities within 2 miles The Clachan Cottage Hotel and The Lochearnhead Hotel are 200m from the cottage. Lochearnhead water sports cafe 700m (spring/summer) Golden Larches cafe restaurant and take aways plus MHOR84 all day food on A84.
    • Evening Meal By Arrangement There are companies that will come to the house and prepare a meal for you. We can forward details on request for you to arrange and discuss price terms.
    • Shop within 2 Miles / Mobile Shop There is a village shop in Lochearnhead less than a mile for essential groceries, newspapers, breakfast produce, lottery etc plus they sell fishing bait, logs and kindling and floats. 8-5 closed 1-2, Mobile fish van Tuesdays 4pm
    • Tea & Coffee Available Briar Steading has a starter lot of tea, instant coffee and sugar for your use.


    • Bath Ensuite
    • Dishwasher Dishwasher in Briar Steading only
    • Electric Cooker Electric fan oven and ceramic hobs in both cottages
    • Electric Shaver Point Briar Steading has electric shaver points in both en suite bathrooms (not available in Little Briar cottage)
    • Freezer Briar Steading has 70/30 Full fridge, freezer. Little Briar has undercounter fridge and ice box only. Use of chest freezer in the garage on request
    • Fridge Little Briar has an under counter fridge and ice box. Luxury Briar Steading has a 70/30 full size fridge freezer
    • Hairdryer Available 2 hairdryers in Briar Steading and 1 in Little Briar
    • Heating Throughout Property
    • Indoor Drying Facility
    • Iron Available Iron and ironing board in both cottages. Pat tested annually
    • Ironing Facilities
    • Kitchen
    • Laundry Facilities not on Complex There are coin operated washing and drying machines in neighbouring Killin. There is a dry cleaner in Killin.
    • Laundry Facilities on Complex In extreme weather and circumstances we can assist with our own tumble dryer.
    • Linen Provided
    • Lounge Large open plan lounge with wood burner, glass patio doors face Loch Earn. iPod docking station and WiFi with Edimax repeater. Merges with kitchen and dining area. Games, books, DVD;s, binoculars
    • Microwave
    • Multi Fuel Wood Burning Stove
    • Outdoor Drying Facility Whirly Gig at both cottages plus laundry basket, pegs and portable clothes horse's. Ask Kim and Fraser if you ever have cause to request use of their tumble dryer in the house.
    • Private Bathroom
    • Shared Bathroom Little Briar Cottage has a shared bathroom with a shower over the bath
    • Shower Briar Steading has 1 ensuite bath with shower and 1 ensuite large walk in wet shower area. Little Briar has a shower over the bath in shared bathroom
    • Shower Ensuite
    • Toilets We have a treatment plant for digesting waster (not on main sewars) therefore only natural waste and every day tioilet tissue can be placed in the lavatory. No dental floss, wipes or alternative products that can block the treatment system and drains.
    • Towels Provided
    • Tumble Dryer There are no tumble dryers in the cottages however we can assist in any circumstance where you need to dry off clothes quickly. For example we have helped guests who had been travelling for 4 weeks and needed clothes freshened and dried before departure.
    • WC EnSuite
    • Washing Machine

    Health & Wellbeing

    • Fitness Training Guests are welcome to join in any fitness sessions taking place in the local village halls. Information in the Villagers Newspaper on sale locally
    • Spa Pool Available The hot tub is available on request. Ask us to prepare it for you at an agreed time. We will ensure that it is ready. It is inside a wooden building on the grounds near the thatched cottage. Towelling dressing gowns can be borrowed.

    Leisure Facilities

    • DVD Player
    • Garden
    • Outdoor Recreational Facilities Fishing in 250ft garden in season. Petanque Boulodrome in the loch garden with 16 pairs of boule. 4 putting flags, 2 putters and balls. Summer house, jstty, slipway, moorings. Picnic tables, use of hot tub on the grounds on request.
    • Radio
    • Satellite / Cable TV
    • TV In Room
    • TV Lounge
    • Television Sky and Sky Sport in Briar Steading lounge and bed 1 plus freesat in Bed 2 SKY Freesat in Little Briar- 1 TV in lounge
    • WiFi

    Payment Methods

    • Debit Card
    • Delta Card
    • Diners Card
    • Electron
    • JCB Card
    • Maestro Card
    • Mastercard
    • Solo Card
    • Switch Card
    • VISA Card


    • Bike Storage Available Bikes can be stored in our double garage on request.
    • Cycle Hire Nearby Bikes can be delivered on site by Comrie Croft or hired from The Outdoor Shop in Killin.
    • Free Parking On-Site
    • On Public Transport Route There are buses in the summer from Perth, Edinburgh and Stirling and Demand Responsive Transport to neighbouring villages from 9am to 9pm
    • Parking Dedicated parking spaces are outside each cottage however we are flexible about parking anywhere on the grounds as long as space is left to allow passage.
    • Private Car Space Parking for 2 cars and a boat and trailer at both cottages
    • Private Parking
    • Public Parking Nearby You can park in the public car park on the A85 at any time. Also beside St Angus Church if you want to park nearer when walking or cycling Sustrans Route 7
    • Taxi Rank < 100m from station Taxi rank outside Stirling rail station. Also there is a private taxi service in Lochearnhead - Highland Glen Travel Lochearnhead and Kingshouse Taxis in Balquhidder beside MHOR84 Motel

    Public Transport Directions

    • Car: The best mode of transport is by car enabling visitors to explore the region and beyond. Lochearhead is an excellent central location for day tripping in any direction.
    • Bus: Local service from Callander to Killin via Lochearnhead from Kingshouse Coaches. There are cityilink buses in Summer from Perth to Lochearnhead via Crieff and from Edinburgh to Oban via Lochearnhead. 
    • Private Hire and taxi's: Highland Glen Travel are based in Lochearnhead.  The small business offers an airport pick up and transfer service as well as bespoke tours.  Owners Helen and George also operate the local Demand Response Service which means a taxi to 3 local villages for the price of a bus from 9.30am to 9.30pm. Kingshouse Travel in Balquhidder also offer a taxi and coach hire service.
    • Tourist Bus: The Ring of Breadalbane Explorer bus operates in summer on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.   There is a bus stop in Lochearnhead outside The Clachan Cottage Hotel.  The tourist bus operates in both directions stopping off at many tourist venues on the way including Killin, Kenmore, Aberfeldy, Crieff, Comrie and St Fillans.
    • Train:  When travelling to Edinburgh or Glasgow from Lochearnhead, consider driving to Stirling (40minutes) and parking all day at Stirling train station car park for £3.50 then take the train into your chosen city centre. There are also train stations in Dunblane, Bridge of Allen, Crianlarich and Perth. 
    • Boat: Boats can be hired to travel up and down Loch Earn from Drummond Fish Farm, St Fillans Shop and The Lochearnhead Water Sports Centre

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    Access to Public Areas

    • Level access (i.e. no steps or thresholds), or access by a ramp or lift :
      • to a public toilet
      • to one or more bedrooms
      • to the lounge

    Building Entrance

    • There is a ramp to the main entrance


    • Route from the parking area to the entrance is :
      • flat, (i.e. without steps)
      • with a ramp
    • Designated parking provided for guests with disabilities
      • Within about 50 metres from the main entrance
    • Drop-off point for guests immediately outside the main entrance

    Bedrooms and Bathrooms: General

    • Bathrooms available with :
      • bath with shower
      • level entry shower
      • separate shower unit
    • Bedrooms with non-allergic bedding available (e.g. non-feather pillows)

    General Questions

    • Non-smoking policy throughout establishment

    Restaurant / Breakfast / Dining Room

    • Level access (i.e. no steps or thresholds) or access by ramp or lift to the restaurant/breakfast/dining-room

    This information is self-assessed; therefore we accept no liability for its accuracy. Please contact the venue for further information.


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