Welcome to Annfield Guest House Callander Scotland
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Mac and Ania warmly welcome you to their lovely Victorian home.
Annfield is a beautiful family run guest house built in 1875 as a wealthy Glasgow merchants country retreat. Situated in a quiet conservation area just off Callanders bustling main street one minutes walk to the shops and a wide variety of restaurants.
Recently renovated to a high standard Annfield has been awarded four stars by both the Scottish Tourist Board and the AA in recognition of the high standards achieved in every department and as such offers our discerning guests extremely comfortable accommodation with all the charm of the Victorian era combined with the modern comforts you would expect in the 21st century.
Annfield is the epitome of a Victorian country house with its high ceilings, wonderful period details and relaxed atmosphere you are transported back to that bygone time when life was not quite so hectic.Mac and Ania pride themselves on their unobtrusive yet genuinely friendly and helpful service.
Annfield Guest House Accommodation
The seven bedrooms are all individually decorated and furnished to a high standard with fully refurbished shower rooms with top quality fittings and showers. All rooms have goose down duvets and LCD televisions together with hospitality trays.
Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day and at Annfield it is a veritable feast all freshly prepared and cooked to order using the very best of local ingredients as can be seen from our extensive menu there is something for everybody.
Breakfast is served in the beautiful period dining room at individual tables a relaxed and airy atmosphere creating the perfect start to the day.
Attention to detail is apparent when staying at Annfield from fresh flowers to goose down duvets from silver cutlery in the dining room to the best of local ingredients cooked to order for breakfast small details that make all the difference.
Attractions and Activities
The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park is Scotland's first designated National Park and is a natural treasure trove waiting to be discovered from Loch Lomond with its undeniable beauty so often written about in song and verse bordered by the majestic mountains of Arrochar to the North and the mountains of Ben Lomond and Ben Vrackie to the east where the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park starts and the West Highland Way meanders northwards towards Glen Falloch and Tyndrum to the Argyll Forest Park where the Cowal Peninsula dips it`s toes in the salt water Lochs to the south.
Callander is located within the Trossachs this is an area of Sparkling Lochs , majestic mountains and beautiful Glens Once the haunt of Rob Roy McGregor who was born at Glengyle on Loch Katrine and is buried at nearby Balquhidder.
Loch Katrine is a 15 minute drive from Callander and here you can take a trip on the Famous Sir Walter Scott leaving at various times for either a round trip or stopping off at Stronachlachar Cycles can also be rented at the pier.
At the nearby Lake Of Menteith one of only two lakes in Scotland, you can visit the romantic Inchmahome Priory located on an Island in the lake this is now a popular wedding venue.
Heading east from Callander a fascinating day trip can be taken to visit the spectacular Falkirk Wheel the only rotating boatlift in the world or for a touch of Africa in Scotland see a wide variety of exotic animals at close hand in the Blair Drummond Safari Park.
Further a field but still within day trip distance Edinburgh, Glasgow and Perth are all within one hours drive while the rugged and desolate beauty of Glen Coe and Loch Linnhe or to the east the quaint fishing villages of the East Neuk of Fife and the home of golf St Andrews are both day trip options.
Annfield is located ten minutes walk from Callander's PGA Golf Course which is open to none members.
Stirling our closest city is a 20 minute drive here you can see where a lot of Scotland's turbulent and violent history took place a visit to the castle is a must as is the National Wallace Monument both have audio tours and panoramic views of the surrounding area you should also take time to visit Bannockburn the site of Scotland's last great victory over the might of Edward II in 1314 re-enacted during the summer months also dramatized in the film Braveheart.
As you can see the options are only limited by your imagination but Callander is a great place to stay and enjoy all that this fantastic area has to offer and when you have chosen Callander then make Annfield your next wise decision.
From this central location you can enjoy a number of local walks either to the top of Callander Crags 1000ft from which there are breathtaking views over Callander and across the local countryside or you can head up to Bracklin Waterfalls a local beauty spot and easily accessible from Annfield.
A less demanding walk takes down to the meadows and follows the path of the Teith where it joins with the river Leny here you can see salmon jumping and enjoy the rich and varied bird life along the river bank.
Cyclists have miles of cycle routes through beautiful countryside to explore and mountain bikes can be hired locally.
Fishing permits for the Teith and Leny can be obtained in Callander for a small charge you can also hire a boat on nearby Loch Venachar and enjoy a days fishing or just enjoy the scenery and relax in the peace and quiet.
Regular entertainment takes place in the town square during the summer months usually highland dancing or pipe music. The world highland games take place every year as does the very popular jazz and blues festival.
As you can see from our location Annfield is extremely convenient for all that Callander has to offer.
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