Redcarr Lodge is a luxury 2-bed cottage, set in a scenic conservation village yet only 5 minutes drive from Stirling.
Redcarr Lodge is an idyllic lodge house, dating back to 1860, located in a stunning rural setting on the edge of the conservation village of Blairlogie, in the shadow of the Ochil Hills near the historic city of Stirling in the heart of Scotland. The lodge has been newly renovated to the highest standard and is immaculately presented and tastefully decorated.
The luxury accommodation at Redcarr Lodge comprises 1 double and 1 twin bedroom; a fully equipped kitchen with Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine; shower room with walk-in shower; and an open-plan lounge and dining room accommodating 6, with multi-fuel stove , DVD player, CD player and Satellite TV.
The property also features an expansive secluded garden, with lawns and sunken garden and BBQ.
· Parking for 2 cars - more can be accommodated too
· Bed linen with beds made up for your arrival
· Fresh towels
· Coffee, tea, milk, sugar, shortbread
· Free wi-fi
· Books, videos and DVDs free of charge
· Extensive tourist information
· Free use of barbecue
· Free cots and high chairs
· Christmas bookings include festively dressed apartment and a Scottish welcome pack
· New Year bookings include a seasonal welcome pack
The owners of the Lodge live in nearby Redcarr House, so are on-site to supply any information or assistance which may be required to ensure a relaxing and happy holiday in Scotland.
Redcarr Lodge is an ideal base for walkers, situated at the foot of Dumyat Hill with wonderful walks right on the doorstep. The property is in an ideal location to explore the local area, one which combines both outstanding natural beauty with a unique local history. Within a short driving distance you will also be able to sample Scotland’s magnificent Highland scenery and hospitality before returning home to the comfort of your accommodation.
A short drive from Stirling this area is steeped in history. The historic Battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297, Battle of Bannockburn in 1314 and Battle of Sherriffmuir in 1715 all helped to shape the history of Scotland and these sites can easily be visited from our properties. Allow yourself to become absorbed by the atmosphere, whilst visiting the magnificent Stirling Castle, the Wallace Monument and The Battle of Bannockburn Experience, and then recharge your batteries in one of the many cafés, restaurants or pubs.
The surrounding countryside is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts: walking, cycling and paragliding are all on offer on the nearby Ochil Hills. Slightly further away are The Trossachs, Callander, Loch Lomond National Park, Glasgow and Edinburgh providing, therefore, the ideal central touring base for your holiday. Located within an hour's drive of Glasgow and Edinburgh International airports, Stirling has excellent motorway connections to the north and south.
Golf being available at every turn: Kings Park's course in Stirling and at least another five within 30 minutes drive. Slightly further afield are the world famous Gleneagles and St Andrew's Old Course.