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Holeburn House

Dollar, Stirling and Clackmannanshire
Sleeps 10
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 3
Change Sat
No Dogs
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Family friendly
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Lavish and elegant family house set within beautiful grounds
  • Grand and stylish interiors with state-of-the-art conveniences
  • Surrounded by large enclosed landscaped gardens, decking and patio
  • Spacious and sophisticated open-plan living area with downstairs bar
  • The perfect property for friends and family to come together
  • The ultimate location to discover some of the best Scotland has to offer
Property code: CA174

There''s a grand and elegant feel throughout this family home and it exudes style. This magnificent house is nestled in private, landscaped grounds and offers the ideal family retreat.

Set in a lovely part of the Clackmannanshire countryside, this bright, comfortable and appealing property offers spacious open-plan accommodation for up to ten guests. An ideal holiday retreat for a large family or a group of friends, the house makes a fantastic base for exploring this lovely area or for relaxing in peace and comfort. Surrounded by farmland, the property is set on the outskirts of the historic village of Dollar (3 miles) and is close to a variety of attractions including several golf courses, ancient castles and the majestic Ochil Hills. This delightful getaway features a large garden, some wonderful rural views and is just over 10 miles from the famous golf courses of Gleneagles.


The house has a spacious open-plan flow with wonderful light interiors. Brightly decorated, tastefully furnished and featuring stylish items from around the world, this lovely family home makes a fresh and relaxing place to stay. The attractive reverse-level property features a bar area and games room as well as a choice of cosy furniture, wooden floors, granite worktops and some wonderful decked areas and balconies outside, enabling you to truly admire this stunning area.


The ground floor offers five elegant and cosy bedrooms. There’s one master bedroom which benefits from an en-suite bathroom with a double shower and twin sinks, and there are three double rooms and a twin. This floor also offers an additional bathroom, shower room and cloakroom.


Going up to the first floor you will find the spacious, bright and welcoming open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The light and airy lounge makes a lovely space to sit and chat. The stylishly designed kitchen is perfect for preparing your favourite meals and there’s also a delightful dining area with seating for four. Exploring further, you’ll find an additional dining area ideal for larger groups and more formal meals, and with a lovely garden view. There’s an inviting drawing room with plenty of seating, a TV and another dining table. This room opens onto a charming balcony surround. A games room can also be found on the first floor.


Stepping back down to the lower ground floor, you can relax together in the attractive and cheerful bar area with its attractive seating area, counter, fridges, TV and dartboard.


The property also offers several balconies and decked areas overlooking the large garden, with plenty of space for you to sit back and take in the views while enjoying a morning coffee, a BBQ, al fresco meals or a glass or two of wine in the evening. The landscaped garden is a delight to explore, with lawns, flower beds and a burn at the foot.

Please note there is a refundable £500 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 5 bedrooms – 1 master double with en-suite, 3 double and 1 twin
  • 3 bathrooms – 1 en-suite with double shower, twin sinks and WC, 1 bathroom with bath and WC and 1 shower room and WC
  • American-style fridge/freezer, range cooker, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave, coffee machine and a wine/beer fridge
  • Utility room with pantry
  • TVs in various rooms
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Private enclosed garden with balconies, decking, patio, seating and BBQ
  • Nearest shop and pub within 3 miles
  • Regret no dogs

Just beyond the property are the Ochil Hills (5.5 miles), a range of steep hills stretching for 25 miles from Stirling to the Firth of Tay and offering a choice of fantastic walks with stunning views. Set on the banks of the River Devon, the charming village of Dollar (3 miles) has a choice of quaint shops and great places to eat and drink. From here, you can walk to the magnificent 15th-century Castle Campbell and Gardens (3 miles) – popularly known as the Castle of Glooms – which overlooks the Dollar Glen. Golfers will be in their element, with a variety of nearby courses including Braehead (12 miles), Muckhart (1.5 miles), Schawpark (8 miles) and Dollar (2.5 miles), with the famous Gleneagles also within easy reach (11.5 miles). There are numerous other local attractions to discover including Stirling Castle (16 miles), Clackmannan Tower (9 miles), the Wallace Monument (13 miles) and the beautiful Japanese Garden at Cowden (0.5 miles). Also, within easy reach is the bustling town of Stirling (15.5 miles), the Falkirk Wheel (20 miles), the British School of Falconry (11.5 miles) and Loch Leven (10 miles) where you can take part in a range of activities including flying, driving and golf. You can also visit Sauchie Tower (8 miles), the Ruthven Gallery (12.5 miles), Tullibardine Distillery (12.5 miles), the Scottish Vintage Bus Museum (11.5 miles) or Lathalmond Railway Museum (10.5 miles).

Lisa Hogg

This property is personally managed by Lisa.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

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Reviewed by Stephen 13th September 2020

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This is a fantastic house to stay and the pictures do not justify how wonderful the place is . As soon as you hit the driveway you know you are in for a treat and the house is full of opulence . A short drive to local shops and many visitor attractions not too far away . Recommend to stay

Reviewed by Grant 28th December 2019

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We had a great time at this property. We were provided with all the equipment that we needed and the speakers throughout the house were brilliant and perfect for what we needed.

Reviewed by Petrut 23rd December 2019

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The best cottage You have evrithink you need Great view

Reviewed by Miss Thomson March 2019

This house is absolutely beautiful, it has the wow factor. We were greeted by Toni, who was just so lovely & took time to walk us through the house before handing over the keys. As this was my 50th birthday weekend this house was made for socialising, all the public rooms are large, which allowed us to cook,eat & socialise together. The Bar area waRead mores just perfect for after dinner drinks & cocktail making! The formal dining room was used every evening which has the most beautiful outlook across the Garden. All the bedrooms & bathrooms are large & spacious and are situated down a corridor which has doors that can be closed, so if you want an early night the rest of the house won't disturb you. I can't recommend this house enough if you are looking for a large house in the country but not far from some beautiful towns this is the place for you!! Dollar is close by, we walked to Dollar using the road behind the house which was a lovely walk, we also visited Crieff & Dunblane. I feel this review doesn't do justice to how amazing this house really is .... we will be visiting again!! Hide

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