A comfortable, spacious wing of an old manse located ½ a mile south east of the village of Thornhill and 10 miles from the historic City of Stirling.
Three bedrooms, one queen sized double bed, and two double bedrooms with single beds.
Two bathrooms. One with shower and bath, and one downstairs with a shower.
A good sized sitting room.
Well equipped kitchen – with gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher.
Utility room with washing machine, tumble drier and indoor washing line.
Oil central heating under the control of guests.
Complete use of attractive garden.
Outside tables and chairs.
The house is ½ a mile south east of Thornhill, and is in a quiet, rural setting surrounded by fields and with a stream running beside the property.
Thornhill village is ten miles west of Stirling – an old town with a wonderful castle overlooking the River Forth. Stirling has been at the crossroads of historical events for centuries.
It is very central for Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth and Dundee with good train and bus services.
Thornhill village (pop. 500) has two pubs, and a village shop. The village was founded in 1696 by Archibald Napier whose great grandfather was the mathematician, John Napier, who invented logarithms.
There are several golf courses within an hour’s drive of Thornhill, easy access to the hills and lochs of the Trossachs, great walking, cycling and picnicking - and fishing on the Lake of Menteith just six miles away.