4 Bedroom/3 Bathroom Traditional Farmhouse With All Mod Cons
About Gavin/Linzi Bryce
I have lived on this farm my whole life, except going away to school/college/travelling etc and am now the 4th generation farming The Cowden Farm. I live here with my wife Linzi and two boys Frazer and Euan
Gavin/Linzi Bryce purchased this Farmhouse in 2007
Why Gavin/Linzi Bryce chose Stirling
When you live in such a beautiful area I thought the best way to share it was to build a new house with all mod cons as traditionally as possible.
What makes this Farmhouse unique
The location, only 3 miles from Stirling. Building a house from scratch allowed me the flexibility to plan and build a house for everyone, from an extended family to a working party. There are no steps at all from the car park all the way through the ground floor of the house making it ideal for wheelchair users.
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A lovely house on a working farm . Plenty room , and facilities. We held a family gathering there and everyone commented on how good the house was. The setting was a good base to visit family and friends and see some of the local , the Falkirk wheel , the Blair Drummond park and of course the castle and Wallace monument. Within easy access to a supermarket we organised a delivery for us due within an hour of our arrival . It turned up on time. The bedrooms accommodated us all and we even had a spare. The kitchen had all the usual appliances and accessories. All in all a great house for a family with plenty to do and see in the surrounding area.
Rural living close to city life
This property is unique in that the setting is on a farm yet it is only a few miles from all the attractions the area has to offer.
The coach house itself is very spacious with spectacular views. The downstairs bedroom and disabled bathroom are wonderful facilities for those who need them.
We had great joy watching the cows give birth to their calves right next door to the house. Plenty of room for kids to play outside and a toy room inside was loved by our children.
The whole week was very relaxing and very comfortable.
It was lovely meeting you all and pleased the house meet your expectations,the cows and calves do go down very well and get more comments than the Stirling Castle and Wallace Monument!!
Enjoy the rest of your trip.
Home away from home
This house was perfect for our needs. It was large enough for our family, and very comfortable. We loved the farm setting, as it was peaceful and lovely. The location was ideal and allowed for day trips to Glasgow and Edinburgh. Gavin and Linzie were nearby if we needed anything. Very hospitable. We would stay here again.
Beautiful rural location yet easy to get to places
Had an amazing week with the family here over the Christmas break, the property had everything we needed with plenty of space. I would definitely recommend this place and definitely will stay again as it was also very close to Bridge of Allan where my brother in-law lives so it was great for visiting!
Great house and location for a family
We had a great stay. We loved being near Stirling but still feeling like we had space and were out in the country. My daughter loved the cows and the playroom. The house worked great. Thanks.
Thanks for your kind review,it was a pleasure having your family as guests.Please let your daughter know that the cows are all in the fluffy straw bedded courts now ready to have their calves.
Home away from home
An outstanding “home away from home”, the coach house was both bucolic and inviting, nurtured us in the midst of nature. Nestled between mountains amidst fields of wheat and cattle this place is truly Sterling! Linzy and Gavin you are class and thanks for sharing your home with us.
Well appointed and conveniently located from Stirling train station (short taxi ride - remember to call Sandy with Skycap at 01786 818284, amazing service!) a house you can recharge every night as you get prepared for the next day exploring the country. I would strongly recommend this place to any family looking for an awesome place to stay.
Scotland and hospitality are synonymous. From the moment we landed in Glasgow, the friendly smiles and the caring and kind attitude of Scots was magnetic. Our family of ten enjoyed the beauty of the Lochs of Lomond and Ness and many in-between, the picturesque Glens and Bens with pinkish purple blooms of Rose Bay Willow Herb, Thistle and the budding Heather, castles of yesteryears and the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow, round of golf in Stirling and the raw beauty of Carnoustie. Richard McKay of Tiny Tartan Tours was a superb guide. Seek him out at 07900255881.
As a nation you changed our perspective in life and made us better human beings. We took lot of pictures, precious memories and a little bit of each of you and cherish Scottish people and your culture forever!
Thanks for making this one of our most memorable trips of our lifetime.
PS: Linzy is a nurse and helped us when we needed it most and the NHS care was second to none. Thanks!