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Hillview Cottage B&B
Kirk Lane
Blair Drummond
Stirlingshire

FK9 4AN | View map

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Hillview Cottage Guest House offers traditional B&B accommodation in Central Scotland in an ideal location to tour the premier sites of the area. These include Stirling Castle, Wallace’s Monument, Loch Lomond, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and The Trossachs. Nestling on the edge of the Highland, day trips include Oban, Fort William, Alloway, The Isle of Skye, Perth, St Andrews and for the keen motorist, even Inverness. All our rooms are ensuite and on the ground floor, which offers a high level of comfort, privacy and safety. We have two large lounges complete with books brochures and games, for the weary traveller to rest and relax in after an exciting day on the trail! We have chickens that offer us fresh organic eggs, and all other breakfast ingredients are sourced locally. Internet access is available to guests. Come and share Hillview Cottage, where good service is tailored to individual need.

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