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The Crags Hotel
101 Main Street
Callander
Perthshire

FK17 8BQ | View map
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The Crags Hotel; fully licensed; is situated on the Main Street of Callander which is often referred to as "" The Gateway to the Trossachs ""; a beautiful region of Scotland once home of the legendary Rob Roy. It is a small and cosy hotel and is the ideal place to relax while taking in the breathtaking beauty of the Scottish countryside.

A full Scottish breakfast is served; as well as cereal; toast; fruit juice; tea and coffee. We are happy to cater for alternative tastes given prior notice. Grilled Scottish kippers and porridge are highly recommended.

All of our bedrooms are equipped with en suite facilities; colour television; hairdryer; coffee and tea-making facilities. Private parking is available free of charge. Discounts are available on stays of 3 nights or more.

Callander is only an hour's drive away from Scotland's major cities; Glasgow and Edinburgh; yet its laid-back atmosphere and the surrounding hills make the city seem like days away. Whether visiting for several days or just a short stay; then make a stop at The Crags for a room; a meal or just a wee dram of whiskey. We will be delighted to see you.

Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Pets are allowed. Check-In time: 13:00 and Check-Out time: 11:00

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