Allanwater Apartment, located in Bridge of Allan near Stirling, is a spacious 2 bedroom conversion, located on the garden floor of a stunning Grade 2 listed building, which dates back to the second half of the 19th century. Originally a Hydropathic Establishment or Spa, it later became the Allanwater Hotel, and has always been an integral part of Bridge of Allan’s history.
This spacious apartment comprises a large lounge with 50” smart TV and dining area, seating 4 in a bright bay window. There is a modern well equipped breakfasting kitchen which has all mod cons including a gas hob, electric oven, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine. Two large double bedrooms with ample storage will ensure a comfortable nights’ sleep after a busy day! There is a large modern bathroom with free standing bath and separate shower enclosure.
Outdoor equipment can be stored in the garage and there is private car parking for one car. There are well maintained communal gardens and there are many walks to be enjoyed directly from the property, allowing you to take in the stunning views over Bridge of Allan, Stirling and further afield. Stirling University is within walking distance, and the campus is in a truly stunning setting where you can enjoy a walk around the loch, and enjoy a coffee afterwards at the Macrobert Arts Centre, which also houses a cinema and theatre.
Bridge of Allan’s individual shops, restaurants, bars and cafes are within a 5 - minute walk of the apartment. The train station, only a 10 - minute walk from the property, gives direct access to Glasgow, Perth and Edinburgh – renowned for its famous Fringe Festival throughout the month of August. Stirling Castle, the Wallace Monument and The Battle of Bannockburn experience are all within easy reach and are well worth a visit. Stirling City centre is only 3 miles away with excellent bus and train services on offer from Bridge of Allan.
Stirling University is within walking distance, and the campus is in a truly stunning setting where you can enjoy a walk around the loch, and enjoy a coffee afterwards at the Macrobert Arts Centre, which also houses a cinema and theatre.
For golf lovers, there are many courses to be enjoyed locally at Bridge of Allan, Dunblane and Stirling. Gleneagles is a 20-minute drive away with St Andrews, home to The Open 2015 in July, only an hour’s drive from the apartment.
With the Trossachs and Loch Lomond National Park both only a short drive away, and many historical sites to visit, you will not be disappointed by the wealth of beautiful scenery this area has to offer.