: Loch Lomand
: City Walls
: Glen Coe
: Stirling Golf Club
Car: not necessary
Situated in the prestigious residential Kings Park conservation area yet only a walk to all Stirling's main facilities.
Stirling city centre, Stirling Castle and Stirling golf course are all less than 300 meters from your front door.
Many things are on your door step yet there is ultra convenient road, rail and bus links, a car is not needed.
Edinburgh and Glasgow airports are on direct motorway links with the junction only two miles from our private off road parking.
Golf: Gleneagles-Golf at the Gleneagles® Hotel is a blend of natural experience and golfing adventure on three championship golf courses set in the splendour of the Perthshire hills in Scotland.
The golf courses were the inspiration of two of the world's most famous golfers, James Braid, five times winner of the Open Championship who designed the King's and Queen's, and Jack Nicklaus, Golfer of the 20th Century, who created the PGA Centenary Course.
Stirling-The course has one of golf’s most inspiring backdrops – the Old Town of Stirling, built on ancient volcanic slopes, crowned by the historic Castle rising above spectacular crags…and there are stunning views in all directions across Central Scotland, including the Ochil and Lomond Hills to the east, and across the Carse of Stirling, to the Trossachs and the Southern Highlands beyond.
Set in the old royal hunting grounds of the Kings Park, Stirling is a golf course of excellent quality and unique character – a golfing experience not to be missed….. Formed in 1869 the club celebrated its 140th year in 2009, aware of the Kings Park’s much longer association with the game of golf .
St Andrews- St Andrews Links, the Home of Golf, where the game has been nurtured and developed for 600 years. This is the official website of St Andrews Links Trust which manages the seven golf courses, including the Old Course, host of the 2010 Open Championship, that make up the largest public golf complex in Europe.
Ski: GLEN COE MOUNTAIN
Ski and Snowboard across 19 runs and 7 lifts - catering for skiers and boarders of all levels. Complete beginners can enjoy the gentle plateau runs while experts can experience the incredible variety of terrain. (Which includes the longest and steepest runs in Scotland)