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Loaninghead Self Catering

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3 charming cottages created from original stables/farm buildings on the Great Marquis Montrose Estates circa 1785. Quality houses, not just holiday homes, Sony Bravia, TV's DVD,  super king sized beds/twin,sleeping 2,4,& 5 persons.

This is wonderful rural retreat with magnificent views of rolling countryside, Endrick Valley & Campsie Hills. yet within easy access of Glasgow/Stirling/Inverarary, Castles,Palaces, Museums, hill walking,bird watching,golf. Offering you spacious facilities. Apple House, Bothy Apartment,& Stables Cottage,tastefully furnished for your comfort.

Every care has been taken to make you feel at home. If you decide to stay at Loaninghead we feel sure you will be delighted with your choice of destination.We know this, because we live here! Scenic, peaceful and therapeutic The perfect year to holiday at home.

No smoking and no pets 01360 440 432 email:mabeth@loaninghead.co.uk 

on-line booking http://www.loaninghead.co.uk with availability and prices.

Local villages offer you Banks, Butcher, Library, Pharmacy, Supermarket, Garden centres, gift shops, Post Office, Coffee Shops, Eating places and friendly locals.

Contact & Booking

Loaninghead Self Catering
Loaninghead House, Loaninghead Farm, Drymen
Balfron Station , Glasgow, Scotland
Drymen
G63 0SE

T: +44(0)1360 440 432
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