Stunning Loch Ard is only 4 miles away; boat / canoe hiring facilities are available; so you can explore the small islands, a crannog or perhaps go fishing. This is a fantastic location for outdoor enthusiasts, as you have the vast Queen Elizabeth Forest right on your door step. There are endless miles of forest roads and trails to explore, both walking and cycling. The Trossachs has spectacular mountains to climb such as Ben Lomond, Ben A’an , Ben Venue and Ben Ledi. Surrounding you there is an abundance of wildlife to spot: ospreys, red squirrels and pine martens to name a few. There are numerous activities for every age and interests, clay pigeon shooting, horse riding, guided walks, 4x4 safari’s, quad biking and sailing are all available. For the adventurous Aberfoyle has a high wire forest adventure, with the longest zip wire in Britain. There is also a local 18 holes golf course. This is an area steeped in history and there are many places of interest to visit. The Loch Katrine Steamship “Sir Walter Scott” is a great cruise, reached by a thrilling drive over the twisting undulating “Duke’s Pass”, or experience the 3 Lochs Forest Drive. Blair Drummond Safari Park is only a half hour drive away and a visit to Stirling can provide lots of historical places of interest to explore or a spot of retail therapy. From this central location you can easily travel and explore the National Park, Stirlingshire and Perthshire.