View to the property
Enjoy breakfast in the garden
Some of the many bird feeders around the garden
Enjoy an evening drink by the chiminea
Lounge full of Character
Relax by the cosy log burner
Spot the variety of birds from the lounge
Spacious open plan Kitchen dining with woodburner
Bright stylish kitchen
Intimate dining for two
Patio doors leading to the garden
Lovely hallway leading to the bedroom
Relax in the comfy bed
Tastefully decorated bedroom
Pretty garden features
Stunning Loch Lubnaig
Water sports at Lochearnhead
Pretty cottage with surrounding views
1 / 18  View to the property
2 / 18  Enjoy breakfast in the garden
3 / 18  Some of the many bird feeders around the garden
4 / 18  Enjoy an evening drink by the chiminea
5 / 18  Lounge full of Character
6 / 18  Relax by the cosy log burner
7 / 18  Spot the variety of birds from the lounge
8 / 18  Spacious open plan Kitchen dining with woodburner
9 / 18  Bright stylish kitchen
10 / 18  Intimate dining for two
11 / 18  Patio doors leading to the garden
12 / 18  Lovely hallway leading to the bedroom
13 / 18  Relax in the comfy bed
14 / 18  Tastefully decorated bedroom
15 / 18  Pretty garden features
16 / 18  Stunning Loch Lubnaig
17 / 18  Water sports at Lochearnhead
18 / 18  Pretty cottage with surrounding views

Stroneslaney Cottage

Callander (10mls N), Stirling and Clackmannanshire
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Fishing onsite / nearby
Sky TV
Towels included
Cot available
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At a glance

  • Relax and enjoy this peaceful romantic getaway retreat in a picturesque location
  • Set in the beautiful Balquhidder Glen overlooking River Balvaig and mountains
  • Take a stroll down to the private river walk around the bank for a picnic or even try some wild swimming
  • Enjoy the varied birds and wildlife that visit the bird feeders set around the garden
  • The Rob Roy cycle loop is on the doorstep taking you through the Strathyre forest and points of interest
  • Bring your fishing rods as the owners offer free fishing on a private stretch of the river
Property code: PE173

Pretty spacious detached cottage is a fantastic alternative to a hotel room, offering more space and privacy. Giving you peace and tranquillity to enjoy a romantic retreat set in the beautiful Loch Lomond and Trossachs National park.

This romantic and stylish getaway is situated in a secluded spot within the stunning landscape around the Balquhidder Glen, within the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. The River Balvaig meanders by and Loch Lubnaig sits quietly downstream, making this home-from-home a wonderful place to simply relax and reconnect.

The property itself is a lovingly renovated traditional stone cottage, with gorgeous outdoor areas and stylishly furnished rooms inside. Deceptively spacious, light and airy, with original features like exposed beams, a fireplace, and stonework, the old life of the building is preserved and incorporated into a contemporary design.

Head into the ground level and you’ll find the open-plan kitchen and dining room with doors leading out to the garden. It’s an inviting, calming and sociable space, with a glowing wood burner, a romantic table for two in the corner and a modern kitchen with all the appliances and equipment you could need to rustle up a special meal. Head down a few stairs into your lounge, a cosy and tranquil space, with another set of French doors leading out to the patio area, so you can sit in comfort and watch the local birds frolicking at their feeders.

Head along the hallway to discover the hideaway bedroom, up a small set of steps. This luxurious bedroom is decorated in chic tones with classic furniture pieces, including an iron-framed double bed.

Outside the cottage, the outdoor space will give you that extra dose of relaxation. The front garden has a sweet spot of grass with a picnic table for enjoying a meal outside, and another lovely seating area beside the house. At the rear, there’s another patio area where you can delight in a nightcap beside the chiminea.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 1 double bedroom
  • Shower room with a shower cubicle, separate WC and hand basin
  • TV with Sky channels, iPod dock, and CD player
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Wood burners with first basket of logs included
  • Oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, coffee machine, dishwasher, and washing machine
  • Tassimo Coffee machine
  • Electric and heating included
  • 2 small or 1 medium sized dog welcome
  • Ample parking
  • Pubs and shops 2 miles
  • Arrival 4pm


The area around the cottage is the perfect place to begin your exploration of the Highlands. You're surrounded by lochs, burns, glens, and peaks that will take your breath away, not to mention a labyrinth of hidden woodland trails through ancient, atmospheric forests.

If you fancy a little adventure on the water, you could try your hand at a watersport or two. The village of Lochearnhead sits 5 miles away on the western edge of Loch Earn at the foot of Glen Ogle. It's a great base from which to try something new - take out a boat, learn to kayak, or go hiking around the water. In the summer season, you could even attend the Balquhidder, Lochearnhead and Strathyre Highland Games, a festival showcasing the best of the Scottish spirit.

And if you're feeling even more ambitious, this national park is home to a good few mountains high enough to get your heart racing. Take a dramatic drive to Ben Lomond, for example - at 3,193 feet, it's solid Munro territory and will definitely make your friends back home jealous.

Or for a little more town life, head to Stirling, 24 miles away, where you can enjoy a lovely meal out, take in some art and culture, or soak in the local history at Stirling Castle.

This property is personally managed by Fiona.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 16 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Lynda 21st December 2019

Wonderful Christmas break Very relaxing comfortable cottage , well equipped to a high standard with nice views and scenic walks from the doorstep. Could have easily stayed for another week , will definitely return in future .

Reviewed by Emily 27th July 2019

This cottage was perfect for a relaxing week away from it all, and felt like a home away from home. We particularly loved the wildlife that came to the numerous bird feeders, including pine martens! The cottage contained everything you would need for a week away, and is in a great location for day trips to several lochs. We've only been back home fRead moreor a few days and are already wishing we were back in the cottage! Hide

Reviewed by Julie 4th May 2019

Excellent lovely cottage.. great location for exploring and walks, cottage very cosy with all the amenities you need, lots of birds in the garden very peaceful holiday

Reviewed by Tracy 23rd March 2019

Lovely location and really comfortable relaxing cottage surrounded by an abundance of wildlife

Reviewed by Kenneth 16th March 2019

Lovely cosy cottage which we really enjoyed , well equipped and ideal for our walking holiday. Have already recommended to friends!

Reviewed by Erna 16th February 2019

Lovely restful and secluded location. Cottage felt like home from home. Look forward to experiencing it in the summer months.

Reviewed by Simon 27th October 2018

Its remote but within easy reach of shops, great walks and places to visit. Well equipped, comfy and warm cottage that will impress you. Pets paradise with woodland walks.

Reviewed by Mairi 22nd September 2018

We set out to relax and step away from the world for a week and we did. Eat, walk, sleep and repeat. The location is remote on a single track road, but the area is stunning. You can be as active or as lazy as you want. Great area for walking, climbing, cycling, fishing, good food, nice people. The cottage is very spacious considering it is just forRead more 2 and dogs. Hide

Reviewed by Ginny 1st September 2018

The cottage was delightful! Beautiful location and tastefully decorated and slightly quirky - we loved it! A week isnt long enough!

Reviewed by Antony 4th August 2018

Ideal location for peace and tranquility and overall a nice oldie worldie cottage!

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View to the property
Enjoy breakfast in the garden
Some of the many bird feeders around the garden
Enjoy an evening drink by the chiminea
Lounge full of Character
Relax by the cosy log burner
Spot the variety of birds from the lounge
Spacious open plan Kitchen dining with woodburner
Bright stylish kitchen
Intimate dining for two
Patio doors leading to the garden
Show 6 moreLovely hallway leading to the bedroom


Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

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