Ideally situated in open countryside on a farm with panoramic views.
Excellent touring base for Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh.
Close to The Kelpies and the Falkirk Wheel.
If you are interested in history, you may like to know that The Battle of Falkirk Muir (January 1746) was the last Jacobite success of any importance. The Falkirk Muir Battlefield Trail opened to visitors in 2018.
Some of the Outlander TV series was filmed in our area in locations such as Fannyside Loch, Muiravonside Country Park, Callender House and Park, Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway, as well as at the main film studio in Cumbernauld.
Muiravonside was also used in filming Outlaw King - the 2018 Netflix movie about Robert the Bruce.
Blackness Castle (22 miles from Easter Glentore) was used to film Fort William in the Outlander TV show. This 15th century fortress was built for the Crichtons overlooking the Firth of Forth with magnificent views. It is now in the care of Historic Environment Scotland and is open to visitors all year round.
|Distances in miles|
|Glasgow City Centre||20|
|Glasgow International Airport||28|
Stay for a week at our B&B or self catering accommodation, and you can take 7 day trips to explore different areas of Scotland:
Palacerigg Country Park is about 3 miles away and is the "countryside for wildlife and for people" and this has been Palacerigg's aim since the early 1970s as hundreds of thousands of mainly native trees were established over an upland livestock farm. Palacerigg today is the largest forest sanctuary in central Scotland, home to thriving wild populations of roe deer, badgers, hares and owls. Over the expanses of heather moorland and farming fields, visitors can watch red deer, fallow deer, reindeer, as well as ancient White Park cattle, rare breeds of sheep and ponies.
Bird watchers will be interested to know that a flock of about 250 Scandinavian Bean Geese can usually be seen from around October until the end of January on the Slamannan plateau between Falkirk and Cumbernauld.
Robert the Bruce
Robert the Bruce
Chatelherault Country park
We are not far from sections 4 and 5 (Kilsyth - Falkirk - Linlithgow) of the John Muir Way which stretches 134 miles (215 km) across Scotland from coast to coast. It stars in Helensburgh in the west and can be walked/cycled to Dunbar on the east coast where you can visit John Muir's Birthplace Museum.
New Lanark World Heritage site
Fireworks at Edinburgh Castle
Stirling and the Wallace Monument
Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo