- Braeside Self Catering
- Open all year round.
- Trossachs Holiday Home with great views
Braeside Holiday Home has wonderful open views towards The Faerie Knowe over meadows and banks of the river Forth. A modern end of terrace house it is spotlessly clean with every modern convenience needed. Perfect for families or a group o friends it comfortably sleeps 5 persons in 3 bedrooms. It has private parking for one car and free unrestricted parking just outside the house. Braeside is ideally located for the village of Aberfoyle with a great choice of Places To Eat and Drink. Aberfoyle also has a small Supermarket open 7 days a week.
Your Host : Liz & Alex
Braeside Self Catering in Aberfoyle is ideally located for lovers of Scotland's great outdoors. Whether you love to 'do a little' or 'do a lot' Aberfoyle is the perfect location. Just bring yourself and your supplies. Accessed from street level, on the ground floor Braeside has a roomy lounge, a dining kitchen and a separate WC. The kitchen is well equipped with all you could need with a fridge, electric cooker, washing machine, dishwasher and microwave. Spotlessly Clean and spacious. Upstairs has 3 bedrooms sleeping 5 comfortably in a double room with a kingsize bed, a twin bedded room and a single room. It has a bathroom with toilet, wash basin and bath with a separate shower. "No light pollution here": Our starry skies make this a perfect location for 'Star Gazing' and you can't help but feel rejuvenated by breathing in our clear unspoiled country air. Our favourite "Local Things To Do" 1. Nothing in particular: Just find a quiet spot and enjoy a good book, a nice glass of wine and chill out. 2. Spend the day Cycling & Walking in the Trossachs:For the truly energetic, cycle the 3 Lochs Drive returning via the David Marshall Lodge. Alternatively, you can drive and stop to enjoy the views. Whilst in Aberfoyle don't forget to check out Go Ape and one of UK's longest zip wire & sailing on Loch Katrine . 3. Tackle Ben Lomond: One of Scotland's Munros this is a must for Munro baggers! Located on The West Highland Way the drive is via Balmaha to Rowardennan and is also a great day out. If walking Ben Lomond you should make sure you leave plenty of time and are prepared for weather changes. The views from the top are spectacular. 4. Visit Glengoyne Distillery: Glengoyne is a one of Scotland's most Southerly distilleries and is our local distillery. It is open all year round for Tours, Masterclasses and Whisky Tastings and is a must visit venue. 5. Spend the day in The City of Stirling: Stirling Castle and The Wallace Monument are a must visit. Stirling's railway station allows you to park up and take the train to visit Glasgow and Edinburgh. 3 Days may not be long enough!
No hidden costs: All inclusive rates from £250 to £590pw. Last Minute Bookings Book within 7 days of stay and get a 15% Discount (subject to availability).
We also have 3 night short breaks available, please contact us directly.Liz & Alex also have a Stirling B&B perfect for 1 or 2 night visits, or why not split your stay between Stirling and Aberfoyle?