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Situated in Killin, this hotel is steps away from Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Falls of Dochart and Breadalbane Folklore Centre. Loch Earn and ...
The Falls Of Dochart Inn£124The Falls Of Dochart Inn£124
Situated in a national park, this hotel is steps away from Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park and Loch Earn. Falls of Dochart is 7.6 mi (12.3 km) ...
The lochearnhead hotel£83The lochearnhead hotel£83
Situated in Killin, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Breadalbane Folklore Centre and Falls of ...
The Old Bank Bed & BreakfastGet RatesThe Old Bank Bed & BreakfastGet Rates
Situated in the mountains, this holiday home is steps away from Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Falls of Dochart and Breadalbane Folklore Centre. ...
Bal-na-coille, KillinGet RatesBal-na-coille, KillinGet Rates
Visitors flock to Scotland for its unique culture and history. It has been the wellspring of fascinating stories, from Rob Roy in Sir Walter Scott’s historical novel of the same name to the poems of Robert Burns, or the books of Robert Louis Stevenson.
Visitors making their way to Scotland, be sure to plan a trip to the stunning city of Stirling, which is considered the country’s “heritage capital”. It features beautiful sites like Stirling Castle and the Church of the Holy Rude, as well as cultural experiences like the Bannockburn Heritage centre. Just to the south of Stirling you will find the town of Falkirk. History runs deep here as well, as it boasts the ruins of the Antonine Wall that once marked the northernmost border of the Roman Empire.
To the northwest of Stirling is Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, which includes many historical and natural areas of note. One of these is the Breadalbane Folklore Centre. Its old building was originally built in the year 1840 as St. Fillan’s Mill with a working water wheel designed to utilise the power of the River Dochart. These days the building's purpose is a series of exhibitions that recount the histories of the clans of Breadalbane, and these exhibits include a variety of local artefacts.
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