Finnich Steading Cottages which are family owned and managed, lie hidden on the edge of the Loch Lomond National Park in beautiful rural surroundings on the private Finnich Country Estate. From the cottages there are uninterrupted views 13 miles to Ben Lomond, yet the pretty Stirlingshire villages of Drymen and Killearn are only 3 miles away.
The cottages are surrounded by extensive gardens, fields and woodlands, far away from any public road – a paradise for children of all ages to feel free and safe in this natural environment.
There is a large area with a play ground and a sand-pit immediately beyond the patios of the cottages and for the older children there are cycle paths, a tennis court and miles of unspoiled countryside to explore in safety.
Whatever the season, wildlife abounds throughout the area and indeed at Finnich itself.
There are red and row deer in the woods and forests, and the bird life includes Golden Eagles, Ospreys and Falcons.
The woods and hedges at Finnich are host to pheasants, woodcock and a wide variety of smaller song birds.
The cottages have been created round the courtyard of the beautiful 19th Century red sandstone steading, which has recently undergone a total renovation programme.
Each cottage has been rebuilt to the highest standards of convenience and comfort while retaining the character and features of the old buildings.
In addition to the landscaped courtyard with its large communal games room, each cottage has an outdoor patio with views out over the woods and fields.
There is ample parking available and a large grass play area
Each cottage is beautifully furnished and equipped to the highest standard with large living areas with wooden floors, modern fully equipped kitchens, round dining tables and separate living areas with comfortable sofas and armchairs.
All windows are double glazed with full length curtains or blinds and all are equipped with Sky TV, DVD, CD player and WiFi.
Each unit has a separate central heating system with ample supplies of hot water for the luxuriously fitted bathrooms and showers.
In the courtyard there is a shared laundry and drying room with ironing facilities.
Finnich Steading Cottages are perfectly placed for visitors to explore some of the most beautiful scenery in Scotland. The Loch Lomond National Park provides a huge range of outdoor activities including water sports, hiking and biking. The famous West Highland Way passes through the charming village of Drymen a short distance away. Riding, golf on a variety of courses and fishing on the river Endrick can all be arranged. The local area provides a range of friendly pubs and small restaurants, art galleries, a range of shops, and an excellent medical centre. Glengoyne Distillery is only 3 miles away and caters for visitors seven days a week.