Mountain climbing, forest walks, fishing, canoeing, shopping and sightseeing… A break in Strathyre will please everybody. Forest Holidays' Strathyre cabins are in the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, watched over by majestic peaks of Ben Ledi.
Some of the cabins at Strathyre have enchanting views of Loch Lubnaig, while others are arranged together in a grassy glade between forest and loch. Encircled by forest, loch and mountain, Strathyre is the ultimate holiday escape.
Tackle big adventures or simply enjoy the forest, a sanctuary for rare wildlife. Look out for red squirrels practically knocking on your cabin door, buzzards overhead and wild deer peeping from between the trees.
What makes a stay at Forest Holidays, Strathyre unique?
Relax in a tranquil self-catering cabin with private hot tub with Forest Holidays - the perfect getaway for your family. At the gateway to the Highlands and surrounded by forest, loch and mountain, Strathyre is the very essence of Scotland. Some cabins have enchanting views of Loch Lubnaig while others occupy a grassy forest glade.
All Forest Holidays cabins are self-catering so it’s easy for guests to bring everything they need from home. However, a full menu, covering breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks is available for contact-free delivery.
Clean Assure+ process with BioGuard guarantees a thorough secondary deep clean before you and your family arrive. The fresh air and the forest are yours to enjoy at your own pace, whatever the season. And their pet friendly cabins mean you can bring your dog too!
What is the capacity for Forest Holidays, Strathyre?
Golden Oak Hideaway - Sleeps two people in one bedroom.
Golden Oak Cabin - Sleeps between two and eight people. One-four bedroom cabins are available.
Silver Birch Cabin - Sleeps up to six people. Two-three bedroom cabins are available.
Silver Birch Wheelchair Adapted - Sleeps up to four people in two bedrooms.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Callander area?
At Strathyre you are on the edge of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, 720 square miles of forests, mountains, rivers and lochs. Strathyre itself is in the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park where you can take one of Scotland’s most scenic drives, along Duke’s Pass or try the Three Lochs Forest Drive and look out for red squirrels, deer and ospreys. Over in Aberfoyle, get your tribe up and out into the treetops at Go Ape.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Meals, drinks, and snacks are available all day at the Forest Retreat and Hub. For those wanting to dine in the comfort of your own cabins, you can choose from a range of premium frozen meals available to buy at the Forest Retreat, pre-order BBQ packs, where you can enjoy an al fresco dining on your veranda or book a chef to serve you up a delicious meal, with locally sourced ingredients. In your cabin, you’ll find a card telling you how to find out about nearby places to eat and drink so that you can have a night off from the kitchen.