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Within easy reach of Glasgow and Edinburgh, Killearn is an idyllic base for touring the central belt of Scotland.
Loch Lomond has the most glorious countryside with lochs and rivers, moors and mountains, beautiful forests and scenery.
Visit ancient castles and ruined abbeys. Enjoy some of Britain's best fishing. Play golf in the most spectacular settings.
For lovers of culture and the arts, Glasgow and Edinburgh offer rich pickings, with fabulous attractions such as theatres, museums and art galleries together with some fabulous shops and boutiques.
When staying away, you'll want a bedroom in which you can eacape and relax, be spoilt in comfort, and yet sleep as soundly as when at home. You'll find all the services you expect in your en-suite room. satellite television, comfortable beds, fluffy towels, gleaming taps, crisp linen, fascinating novels, warm lighting and breakfast in bed and many other thoughtful touches to help make your stay an enjoyable one.
Our award winning restaurant offers the best of Scottish and International cuisine, where only the freshest of produce is used.

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