Converted barn - originally the village Dairy

Converted barn - originally the village Dairy



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Apr 2017

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Built in 1787 and situated in the picturesque friendly village of Gartmore our converted barn was once the village dairy but now offers excellent spacious and private accommodation amidst some of Europe’s finest and most breathtaking scenery. Its central location is ideal for Scotland’s international championship golf courses, superior fishing, spectacular hillwalking, historical sightseeing, cosmopolitan cities or tranquil relaxation.


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  1. We're a couple in our fifties with two grown up children.

  2. Anita is a Unit Manager at the BBC and Paul is a Sound Engineer at the Glasgow School of Art

  3. Our children are Harry and Libby - both attend University and only travel with us occasionally.

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Where is it?


Set amidst Scotland’s finest scenery Gartmore is a perfect, romantic and traditional village retreat in which to relax. Located within the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Gartmore provides easy access to woodland, rugged mountains, miles of cycle tracks and countless lochs and rivers. Experience miles of forests, mountains and lochs (lakes) and enjoy cycling, mountain biking, pony trekking, horse riding, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, hill walking, salmon and trout fishing.

Buzzy restaurants
The Black Bull Pub, The Drymen Inn, The Lake of Monteith Hotel
Cool bars
Local Village Pub
Cozy cafés
lots of cafes tucked away by the lochside
Retail therapy
Stirling (25 minutes); Glasgow (55 minutes) or Edinburgh, Scotland's Capital (just over 1hr by car)
Bit of culture
Stirling and Edinburgh
Walks in the park
Loch Lomond and The Trossachs
Spot of exercise
Fishing, golf; cycling; hiking, walking,
Day tripping
Loch Lomond, Oban, Fort Wiliam to the North, Stirling, Edinburgh and Glasgow to the south

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