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Gartmore

Gartmore is a wonderful countryside retreat in Stirling. This conservation village is located beside the picturesque Carse of Forth and within easy reach of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. The perfect location for outdoor enthusiasts, there is a myriad of trails and paths to explore on foot or by bike as well as many stunning landscapes for a spot of photography.

Gartmore is also within easy driving distance to a number of Scotland’s largest cities, including Stirling, Glasgow and the capital city of Edinburgh – perfect for a day out sightseeing or shopping.

We love Gartmore because...

  • Countryside retreat
  • Myriad of walking trails
  • Stunning landscapes
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Hotels in Gartmore
Gartmore House
Gartmore Aberfoyle FK8 3RS

This hotel offers the ideal choice for nature lovers who also hope to explore central Scotland's biggest cities.

2 nights from
£114.00pp
Gartmore House
Gartmore Aberfoyle FK8 3RS

This hotel offers the ideal choice for nature lovers who also hope to explore central Scotland's biggest cities.

In and around Gartmore

Balloch Castle Country Park

The only country park in Loch Lomond, Balloch Castle provides inspirational views of the Loch’s waters. The area spans 200 acres, including a number of wonderful nature trails, walled gardens and guided walks. The castle itself is now a ruin, but is still used as the headquarters for the Countryside Ranger Service, and makes for an outstanding photograph. The area is ideal for those with a penchant for wildlife watching or photography.

The National Wallace Monument

This inspiring landmark commemorates the life of national hero Sir William Wallace, visitors can learn more about the life and achievements of this Scottish martyr. Visitors can marvel at the truly gigantic, two handed ‘Wallace Sword’ which was wielded with deadly ferocity in battle by William Wallace.

Stirling Castle

Truly one of the most remarkable buildings in Scotland and certainly one of the most historically important. In its heyday, this spectacular and grand building was the favoured residence of the Stewarts. The castle is now open to the public and features many costumed characters who play maids, servants, body guards and court officials – working together to bring the castle to life. Guided tours are available from the passionate staff, or guests can choose to explore the castle themselves and marvel at the impressive architecture.

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