Travel cot available.
Sorry no pets.
Low season £300 - £320 per wk, £60 - £70 per night.
Mid season £360 - £380 per wk, £70 - £80 per night.
High season £420 - £500 per wk, £90 - £120 per night.
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Tel: 01360 661124 or 07977934283
Tullycross Cottage sits on a quiet back lane behind Croftamie village (2 miles from Drymen), well away from busy traffic and inside the southern boundary of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Only 16 miles from central Glasgow, it offers a peaceful escape from the city after a busy work schedule. It's also the perfect place for a relaxing holiday, a cosy winter break or a great base for a walking/climbing expedition or to explore the central part of Scotland. Some guests have come to study or write without interruption in this friendly retreat. Loch Lomond is just 10 minutes drive away, and beyond there are all the soft glens and sparkling waters of The Trossachs and the Highlands.
- Come to Tullycross Cottage for comfortable self-catering accommodation at an affordable price.
- This surprisingly spacious first-floor apartment sleeps four in one double (with super king size bed) and one twin bedroom, each with its own ensuite bathroom. A travel cot and other baby equipment is available, too.
- There is a well-equipped galley kitchen and a comfortable living area.
- The flat has large windows facing south and north so it's light and sunny, looking out over fields and woods to high hills beyond, enticing you to experience for yourself the freedom and natural beauty of this part of Scotland.
The owners, Ned and Jenny, will give you a warm welcome and will gladly help you to plan your stay. Click on to our website to find out more about Tullycross Cottage, and then check our availability page. We look forward to meeting you.
- For the energetic there are wonderful walks, exciting climbs, excellent birdwatching, plenty of things to do on the water, and amazing glens (including Glen Coe) and castles to explore. The west of Scotland is renowned for its azaleas and rhododendrons, so come and enjoy the beautiful gardens as well as the houses and castles. There are plenty of golf courses nearby and opportunities for fishing in the area.
- Glasgow is said to be the best city for shops in Scotland and it certainly can offer plenty in the way of places of interest. Edinburgh and Stirling attract our guests and are well worth a day's visit.
- You will find plenty of reference and guide books in the flat, as well as Ordnance Survey maps.