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Dunblane

Dunblane

The quaint town of Dunblane is located in the heart of Scotland’s central belt and surrounded by pristine Perthshire countryside. The town lies is a fortunate location, with the historic town of Stirling on its doorstep and the metropolitan, cultural melting pots of Edinburgh and Glasgow both within an hour drive. Visitors will be eager to get out and explore the iconic historic buildings, rolling hills and countryside panoramas, golf courses and distilleries – which Scotland is so famous for. From the Bannockburn Battlefield, to the many castles and monuments, this historic area of Scotland has much to experience.

We love Dunblane because...

  • Pristine countryside
  • Ideal for whisky lovers
  • Golf courses nearby
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In and around Dunblane

Deanston Distillery & Visitor Centre

Located in a dramatic location on the River Teith, which flows through to the grand Loch Lomond, this distillery produces single malt whisky using traditional methods. Unlike many distilleries in the area Deanston was founded in the 20th century, the building, an old cotton mill from the early 19th century was converted into the distillery you see today. Guided tours are available from the passionate staff, taking you behind the scenes so you can get a behind the scenes look at what goes into producing your dram of whisky.

Doune Castle

This utterly dramatic 14th century castle is one of the best preserved in all of Scotland. Admire the remarkable 100ft gatehouse, the grand Lord’s Hall, musician’s gallery and courtyard. Famous as ‘Winterfell’ in acclaimed TV show ‘Game of Thrones’, as well as featuring in Monty Python’s ‘The Holy Grail’, it’s easy to see why this castle has captivated so many people when you visit in person.

Dunblane Museum

A quaint and fascinating museum, which safeguards and displays a number of artefacts, paintings, photographs, prints and records. Opened back in 1943, this organisation is run by passionate volunteers and open to the public. The largest collection of communion tokens is housed here, with over 7,000 on display. Before you leave make sure to check out the gift shop, which sells arts and craftwork created by local artists.

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