Your National Park adventure begins in Callander

Immeroin Farm

We invite you to enjoy the magic of Immeroin - over 2,500 acres of highland scenery in Central Scotland - meandering burns, tumbling waterfalls, beautiful trees and vast green hills.

Examine the old settlements and absorb the sense of history.

Watch the varied bird-life, discover the abundance of wild flowers, look for red deer, and fish in the burns. Breathe in the clear hill air.

Immeroin is a hill-sheep farm in beautiful Glen Buckie, three miles south of the village of Balquhidder in Scotland’s first National Park.

The cottage is in a lovely elevated situation on the farm, with magnificent views of the surrounding hills, yet easily accessible.

Immeroin is ideally situated for touring, fishing, golfing, hill-walking and water sports - or just relaxing!

The cottage offers comfortable, immaculate accommodation and is well equipped:


a sitting room with open- and electric-fires (plenty logs available, free), and a colour television;
dining room;
kitchen with electric cooker, ‘fridge, automatic washing machine and microwave, larder
downstairs toilet.

three bedrooms - one double room, one twin rooms and two bunk beds
a large bathroom with toilet, bath, wash basin and airing cupboard.
Shower (new in 2009)

Sky TV/ combined DVD player, Satellite Broadband, Selection of board games, books, DVDs, Ironing equipment, Garden furniture, Mira electric shower


£220 - £400 per week seasonal dependant. Please contact us for the exact price for the week(s) you require

All bed linen is supplied, inclusive of rent
towels are not normally provided.
Electricity is charged extra, and calculated by meter readings.
A warm welcome awaits you!