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From your cabin you can explore all of the historic, stunning sights and sounds Scotland has to offer. On your door step is The Pineapple an unusual and intriguing building in the shape of a pineapple built by the Earl of Dunmore in 1761. 

Near by you will find Stirling Castle, Stirling Bridge and the Safari Park. Also visit Scotland famous attraction The National Wallace Monument and Doune Castle featured in Outlander.


If you want to walk further in to Scotland history take a trip to The Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre. 


A very short drive will take you to the Kelpies, the largest equine sculptures in the world located by helix park in Falkirk. The helix is a very popular new visitor attraction which boasts large play areas, cycle trails and excellent path networks which connect the local area. The Falkirk wheel is another must see attraction along with the 14th century Callander House with its working historic kitchen, tea room and kids play park. 

Edinburgh is a must visit only 30 minutes away. Explore the Castle and famous dungeons. Edinburgh is also home to the worlds largest arts festival. If you are staying with us during the festive period you should go and enjoy a mulled cider and a crepe at the Christmas market. 

If shopping is more your thing then head to Glasgow, a shoppers paradise and experience Buchanan Galleries and the Argyll Arcade. After you have shopped until you drop head to Merchant City to relax and recharge in a selection of trendy bohemian bars and restaurants.

The Pineapple

Above: The Pineapple

Wallace Moument

Above: Wallace Monument 

Stilring Castle

Above: Stirling Castle

The Kelpies

Above: The Kelpies

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