There is a public swimming pool in Callander – 01877 330000. Our guests can also use the Leisure facilities at Crieff Hydro Hotel at a cost of £10.20 per adult, and £8.15 per child over 5. This includes the main swimming pool, children’s pool, steam room and Jacuzzi, and the adults only Victorian Spa with sunken pool, Jacuzzi, steam room & sauna.
Located on the junction of the A84 and the A85 on the western end of Loch Earn, Perthshire. The Loch-side Café offers an ideal location to have lunch, tea or just sit with a coffee and watch the activities on dry land! They are children friendly, and have High Chairs and baby changing facilities. They also offer a selection of home baking sourced as locally as possible.
There are local courses in Callander, Killin, St Fillans, Aberfoyle and Dryman.The National Park Golf Pass offers visitors to the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park the opportunity to play five quality golf courses within the area.
Castle Rednock farm trekking center is between Thornhill and Port of Menteith on the road to Aberfoyle from Stirling, 30 minutes from Stirling and only 10 minutes from Callander. They also offer Segway trails for other members of the family who prefer other ways of trekking.
For excellent local fishing information visit www.fishingtackleshopuk.co.uk, or visit James Bayne Fishing Tackle Shop on the High Street in Callander.
We are right on Cycle Route 7 which runs from Ayrshire right up to Inverness. For an easier local ride turn left and cycle the newly opened track to Strathyre Village – you can by a drink or ice-cream at the Village shop or the Broch Cafe, or meals at the Inn. Turn right for the spectacular track up Glen Ogle (or ask us to give you a lift up the road in the Landrovers and do the much easier freewheel back!)
Sea.fari Adventures in Oban offers award winning and exhilerating trips to sea with sightings of dolphins, whales, eagles, deer and much more.
Loch Lomond’s Sea Life Auarium is set on the shores of loch Lomond the Aquarium is a must to see from cheeky short clawed otters to the magnificent tropical ocean tunnel. The aquarium has an array of displays providing an enjoyable day for all the family.
Loch Lomond Shores offers the perfect day out whatever the weather with shops, cafe, kids play area, bike hire and boating on the loch.
Loch Katrine & Sir Walter Scott Steamship offers a journey back in time; on the Sir Walter Scott Steamship you will visit an area of the Trossachs that inspired Sir Walter Scott to write ‘The Lady Of The Lake’. Or why not hire a bike or bring your own and cycle the pathway alongside the loch and enjoy a picnic amongst the splendid scenery.
Stirling Castle is one of the top Scottish attractions, along with the National Wallace Memorial.