Roslin Cottage is a charming 17th century property, located on the outskirts of the town of Callander. Callander is an ideal base from which to explore Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, and lies just 30 minutes’ drive from the city of Stirling. Your hosts, Lucy and Sid are looking forward to welcoming you to their characterful cottage and sharing their abundant local knowledge and touring advice. The Cottage retains many of its original features, including exposed stone walls, wooden beams and log fire. All guestrooms at Roslin offer Wi-Fi internet access, have en suite shower facilities, are tastefully furnished and enjoy views over the garden or towards the village. A full breakfast selection including a Scottish platter featuring haggis, black pudding and lorne sausage, as well as porridge, cereals, fruit juice, tea and coffee is served each morning. A range of vegetarian options are available on request, including kedgeree and smoked salmon with scrambled eggs.
The three guestrooms at Roslin Cottage are tastefully furnished and enjoy views over the garden or towards the village.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Flat-Screen TV
- DVD Player
- Ironing Facilities Available
- Tea & Coffee Facilities in Upper Guest Lounge
Breakfast at Roslin Cottage is served in the charming Dining Room from 8:00am to 9:00am each morning.
A Full Scottish breakfast is cooked to order and includes haggis, black pudding and lorne sausage. Porridge, cereals, fruit juice, tea and coffee are also available. A range of vegetarian options are available on request, including kedgeree and smoked salmon with scrambled eggs.
On The Map: Callander is located in central Scotland, barely an hour north of Edinburgh and Glasgow, and only 15 miles northwest of Stirling on the A84 road.
Callander is a bustling town at the gateway to Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, and indeed the Highlands. It’s a popular base for exploring the National Park, often referred to as ‘Scotland in Miniature’ and of course, ‘Rob Roy Country’. Set dramatically beneath high, wooded crags, the colourful, characterful town offers a variety of teashops, souvenir, gift and woollen stores. Of particular note is the Rob Roy & Trossachs Visitor Centre – hard to miss as it’s located in a converted church, right on the town square. Here, you can learn all about the Highland Rogue’s colourful history and daring escapades. The ‘Scottish Robin Hood’s’ final resting place is in Balquhidder Kirkyard, in the village of Balquhidder, just 13 miles north of town. Another interesting diversion is the Hamilton Toy Collection & Museum. Located in the heart of town, this warren-like store proudly displays all kinds of toys from the last 100 years. Admission is £2.00 per person – be prepared for a nostalgic walk down memory lane!