Sir Andrew Murray House

Keip Road, Strathyre, FK18 8NQ

Sir Andrew Murray House is a peaceful Scottish highland retreat, spacious well presented self catering accommodation within Strathyre, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs national park.

Each suite contains a double and two single beds, equipped kitchen and en-suite shower room, televisions are wifi enabled, full range of in-house facilities including games room with full size snooker table, darts and other games.

Price is based on one suite which can sleep 4 people, the hot tub is available at additional cost per day usage. The conservatory is available for guests, the property is owner occupied for your assistance and local guidance.

Various activities in the area including; walking, cycling, bird watching and (red squirrels), fishing (large river Balvaig with Salmon). A variety of local bars and restaurants, other nearby attractions Balquidder village (Rob Roy), lochs, Stirling, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Sir Andrew Murray House is located within a large countryside property within the picturesque village of Strathyre, 8 miles from bustling Callander.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Welcome
  • Parking
  • Dog Friendly
  • WiFi


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