Traditional Scottish country house ideally situated in central Scotland. The perfect base for visiting a host of tourist attractions and activities with excellent transport links to all areas of the country.
Melville Lodge is a handsome detached country property recently restored to a high standard in the traditional Scottish style typical of the local area. Relax and unwind in the comfort of this stylish house and enjoy all the benefits of its tranquil, rural location. Here is the chance to escape from the stresses of modern life and take pleasure from the country experience that Melville Lodge and its large, well-maintained garden offer. Melville Lodge can accommodate six guests in three spacious bedrooms: the downstairs bedroom has an ensuite facility, with bath and shower, while the two upstairs bedrooms have an adjacent shower-room. The house has an attractive, well appointed living area comprising of an elegant lounge and adjoining sun-room with sliding doors that lead to a raised patio area. This part of the house benefits from magnificent views of The Campsie Hills and north to The Braes of Doune, Callander, Ben Vorlich and beyond. The kitchen / dining room is fully fitted and there is a separate utility / laundry room. There is also a large downstairs bathroom.
The extensive driveway leading to the house is through the south-facing garden with outdoor sitting area and there is ample private parking for guests' vehicles in a spacious area to the front.
The local area is home to a variety of wildlife including deer, pheasants, partridges, buzzards and hawks. Bean geese are winter visitors to the local area, the only site in Scotland visited regularly by the birds, now protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981.
The local new town of Cumbernauld offers a variety of services and attractions with its town centre only four miles away.
Melville Lodge provides an excellent base for a variety of activities and pursuits in and around Central Scotland and beyond.
The location of Melville Lodge is ideal for:
•Exploring the spectacular Scottish countryside and wildlife
•Finding out about the wealth of experience historic Scotland offers
•Discovering the excitement of contemporary Scotland that boasts fine architecture, world famous engineering, inspiring design, enticing shops and vibrant restaurants, cafes and bars.