Annfield Holiday Cottage
Rated 3 star by the Scottish Tourist Board, Annfield Holiday Cottage is quietly tucked behind North Church Street in Callander, which is a short stroll to Callander's town centre.
Annfield Cottage is a self catering cottage on one level (there are a few small steps to the front door). It sleeps 3 persons in a double and single bedroom. It has a bathroom with bath & shower, a spacious living room with TV/DVD & dining table. The well equipped kitchen has all you will need incl. a washing machine. Also has private parking. Sorry, smoking is not permitted anywhere in the house.
Enjoy our quiet garden: We provide garden furniture for you to relax and enjoy the beautiful & peaceful surroundings. Well behaved dogs are welcome by prior arrangement. Dogs must not be left alone in the house or garden.
Great Value & No Extras. Centrally heated Annfield Cottage is warm & cosy. High Season £400 per week and Low Season £300 per week. Electricity is included. Just bring yourself: Towels and linen are all supplied. Callander has a great choice of Places to Eat and a great selection of bars many with live music, it also has a a choice of supermarkets open 7 days a week till 10pm. Cycling and Walking routes are on your doorstep.For the more energetic, the Bracklinn Falls (with its new bridge) & Callander Crags both of which are worth exploring are nearby, and the National Cycle Routre 7 passes through Callander.
Callander is home to the Callander Jazz Festival which takes place every year in the Autumn. It is also known for its outdoor acitivities such as Walking, Cycling, Fishing, Golf and Water sports. The Maclaren Sports Centre with a large swimming pool, sauna, gym, climbing wall, pitches & many fitness classes open to visitors. An ideal base to explore the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park.
Callander is only short drive to Aberfoyle where you will find Go Ape high wire obstacle experience. For those wanting to discover the local Wildlife then a visit to the David Marshall Lodge is a must to check out the Osprey watch and wildlife hides.
Worth visting is the medieval Inchmaholme Priory in the middle of the Lake where the infant Mary Queen of Scots was hidden by the monks. Whether you are a keen walker or cyclist, or prefer more sedate activities you will be spoilt of Things To do and Places To Visit in the immediate area! Stirling, with its castle Old Town Jail & Wallace monument is only 20 minutes away.