Dunblane

The small attractive town of Dunblane is located north of Stirling and is believed to date back to around 602. The 13th century cathedral stands amid several historic buildings in particular, the 17th century Dean's House which is home to the cathedral museum. There are a number of good riverside walks alongside the Allan Water.
11 Results In Or Near Dunblane
4.2 miles from the centre of Dunblane
Bagend is a delightful Hobbit House built into the hill side from stone. Sitting in its own little shire it has amazing views of rolling hillside. Inside you will find a cosy wood burning stove.
4.2 miles from the centre of Dunblane
The Summer Howf is hidden away in the heart of the garden at Craighead. Surrounded by trees, animals and wildlife. With its quirky sleeping bay and star gazing window, cosy log burning stove, fire pit and eating area it offers a delightful getaway.
4.2 miles from the centre of Dunblane
Set in the shire at Craighead, built from natural stone and wood, the Burrow is a traditional Hobbit House like no other to be found in Britain.
4.2 miles from the centre of Dunblane
Magnificently constructed Tree House in an ancient ash tree.
4.2 miles from the centre of Dunblane
The Wee Howf sits on the side of the lochan in the grounds of Craighead. Surrounded by nothing but water, garden and wildlife it is the ideal spot to get away from it all. Lit by candles and lanterns, off grid with nothing to disturb you except for the sound of the birds. Sit by the fire pit and night and watch over the water, star gaze out side or from the comfort of your bed through the star gazing window.
10.5 miles from the centre of Dunblane
Gleneages is not just for golfers, it's for gourmets too. Named after its chef (the most highly lauded in Scotland), Andrew Fairlie is probably the finest dining experience available north of the boarder. A recent refurbishment has transformed a rather grand dining room into an altogether more intimate restaurant with acres of leaf patterned beige fabric banquettes and seats. An oil painting of the chef watches over you as you tuck into the “menu degustation” that begins with Ballottine of F...
10.5 miles from the centre of Dunblane
James Braid fashioned the Gleneagles Hotel King's course that opened in 1919 set in the splendour of the Perthshire hills in Scotland. It has matured into one of the best moorland lay-outs in Scotland with majestic views of the Ochil Hills, Ben Vorlich and the Trossachs. The holes blend perfectly into the landscape, the springy fairways wind through heather and gorse. Mature pines, silver birch and rowan provide natural amphitheatres on several holes. One great hole follows another through ro...
10.5 miles from the centre of Dunblane
The Queen's course, like the King's designed by James Braid, opened in 1917. It passes through high ridges on the north and west sides of the estate with ditches as water hazards and measures less than 6,000 yards, par 68, from the medal tees. But it remains an enjoyable challenge in a beautiful setting where deer appear from the woods and the holes dart between moorland and woodland to greens set in pretty glades. The first nine of 3,192 yards into the prevailing South Westerly breeze can ...
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