From the house, a 10 minute walk through the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park takes you to the David Marshall Lodge Visitor Centre. Here you can see live camera footage of wild osprey and their young, visit the on site shop or enjoy lunch at the Cafe Lochan with its magnificent views.
Aberfoyle has miles of cycling and walking routes for you to explore in the forest. Cycle Hire is available nearby and bikes can be stored at the bed and breakfast. For the more energetic, maybe a walk to the top of Limecraig or Craigmore within a walking distance from the Guest House.
Go Ape: Go Ape HIgh Wire experience is just a few minutes walk away located at the David Marshall Lodge and we are able to offer our guests a discount on tickets. Click on the link on the contact page to book your tickets.
Loch Katrine: One of Scotland's most scenic Lochs, and the best way to enjoy it is by taking a sailing on the Steamship Sir Walter Scott which has been sailing on the loch for over 100 years. Check our local links to get a discount on sailing tickets, you won't be disappointed.
Glengoyne Distillery: If your a whisky enthusiast then Glengoyne is just a 20 minute drive and is a very scenic distillery set against the backdrop of the Dumgoyne Hills. Glengoyne conduct tours daily throughout the year, click on the link on the contact page for more information and to book your tickets.