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Callander HotelsWe Pride ourselves on a warm Scottish welcome, in a home from home atmosphere. Many guests return time and again providing the best recommendation we could possibly ask for.

The Lubnaig House bed and breakfast is a small family run country house situated in an area surrounded by outstanding scenery, in the 'Heart of Scotland', where you have an excellent touring location.

The accommodation is excellent and is based centrally. North, South, East or West, explore the many fascinating wonders of our country.

Lubnaig House Accommodation

The house has 8 bedrooms including some on the ground floor and a Coach House Annex. All rooms have en-suite (showers), central heating, colour television, radio, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities.

The Coach House, our annex comprises of two en-suite rooms with full facilities (1 double and 1 twin) on the ground level situated a few metres form the back of the main house. (These smaller rooms have a lower room rate than the main house.)

The garden stretching out in front of the property gives a country house atmosphere. We have our own car-park and are within 5 minutes walk of the Town Centre.

There are three distinctive lounges for your relaxation and comfort of which one has been designated as no smoking.

The Baronial Lounge adorned with swords and local walking maps is also used for breakfast

The charming Front Lounge looks onto the garden. It contains a small library with a good selection of reading and reference books. Relax with coffee and plan the next days adventure.

The Garden Room with its lovely outlook is an ideal room to unwind in after a busy day. Also access to the patio for those hot, clear, long Scottish summer nights, we hope!

Full of character with a wonderful open view over the garden. Serving a full hearty Scottish Breakfast in the morning.

Breakfast Timings 8.30am - 9.30am

Additional Facilities
· Parking
· Payphone Provided

Recreation Area
· Garden

Smoking Policy
· No Smoking Permitted

Languages Spoken
· German

Attractions and Activities
In days gone by, Callander was of strategic importance, controlling two routes from the Lowlands to the Highlands. Today this position provides great advantage to the visitor allowing access to much of Argyll and Perthshire using the village as a central base.

Oban, Fort William, Glencoe, Pitlochry, Perth, Stirling, St Andrews, Edinburgh and Glasgow are all within day visiting distance, allowing return to Callander in time for evening meal.

Nearby we have the Lochs and Hills of the Trossachs, an area of outstanding natural beauty which, notwithstanding it's attractions and accessibility, still offers peace and tranquility.

Callander is a delightful, unspoiled village standing on the banks of the River Teith, just below the point where the River Leny, flowing from Loch Lubnaig, joins the water from Loch Venacher. It is a marvellous setting with Callander Crags rising behind the village and the mighty Ben Ledi ('Hill of God') standing majestically above the Pass of Leny to the West.

The area surrounding Callander provides a great variety of outdoor activities such as:
· sailing, canoeing, windsurfing, water-skiing, pony trekking and hill walking.

In addition, there are thirty waters for salmon and trout fishing detailed in the local guide, and twenty golf courses, including Gleneagles, within a distance of twenty five miles.

Alternatively there are gentle local walks, Castles, Grand Houses, Country Parks, Museums and Distilleries to enjoy. Pay us a visit and you will see some of the finest scenery in Scotland.

Lubnaig House History
The house was built in 1864 for a Glasgow merchant at a cost of £400 as a summer home. It became a hotel over 30 years ago. Over the years it has been modernized to provide every comfort yet preserving the atmosphere of the original building.

We have been lucky enough to own this lovely house for over 15 years.

Getting there from the Information Centre:

From Rob Roy Tourist Information Centre travel west to the outskirts of Callander. Turn first right after Poppies Hotel on main road.

Getting There by Railway:
From Stirling Railway Station take taxi to Callander only 20 minutes.

Getting there by Aeroplane:
From Edinburgh Airport drive for 1 hour on the M9 to Stirling, turn off at junction 10 onto A84 to Callander and Crianlarich.

From Glasgow Airport take the M8 towards the city centre, then follow the signs to Stirling onto A80 out of Glasgow and onto M80 to Stirling. Come off junction 10 of M9 onto A84 to Callander only 1 hour from airport.

Email Lubnaig House enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com