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1 of 31Pretty cottage in it's own setting with large fenced garden
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Located on the outskirts of the Stirlingshire village of Balfron, Edenwood Cottage is the perfect base for your holiday. With stunning views across to the Campsie Fells you will fall in love with this little haven. Balfron is just 20 minutes from the village of Balmaha on the shores of Loch Lomond where you can spend the day on the beautiful beaches, or maybe you would prefer exploring the nearby Trossachs, homeland of the notorious Rob Roy MacGregor. The historical city of Stirling with its majestic castle is just 20 miles away, as is the bustling city of Glasgow. Furnished and equipped to a high standard this self-catering cottage sleeps four people accommodated in a double and a twin room - we can also supply a cot and highchair on request. The living room has a wood burning stove and c...Located on the outskirts of the Stirlingshire village of Balfron, Edenwood Cottage is the perfect base for your holiday. With stunning views across to the Campsie Fells you will fall in love with this little haven. Balfron is just 20 minutes from the village of Balmaha on the shores of Loch Lomond where you can spend the day on the beautiful beaches, or maybe you would prefer exploring the nearby Trossachs, homeland of the notorious Rob Roy MacGregor. The historical city of Stirling with its majestic castle is just 20 miles away, as is the bustling city of Glasgow. Furnished and equipped to a high standard this self-catering cottage sleeps four people accommodated in a double and a twin room - we can also supply a cot and highchair on request. The living room has a wood burning stove and comfy sofas, so even if the weather is not so good you can still enjoy the amazing scenery. There is a well equipped kitchen for those that enjoy cooking, dining room with additional TV, and a small utility room with washer/drier.The shower room has a large walk-in shower - there is no bath at this property. The south facing garden is a perfect spot to relax and enjoy the views, along with the many wild visitors - deer, pheasants and hares are frequently to be found in the garden.
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Just back from a 2 night stay at Edenwood cottage. The garden is amazing! It's like having your own, sole use, dog park. It is huge and has a wooded area, grass area and concrete area. It is very well fenced and my dog had...More
Spent a week here 18-25 July. Cottage is warm, cosy (great wood burner!), very clean with great facilities. Very nice start to the day having a coffee in the front garden with lovely views looking over hills and forests. Kim is very friendly and provided...More
Date of stay: July 2020
klouc1, VR Owner at Edenwood Cottage, nr Loch Lomond & the Trossachs, responded to this reviewResponded 2 August 2020
Thank you for the lovely review! It was so nice to have guests back at Edenwood after the lockdown - and I’m so pleased that you all had a lovely visit. We are in such a great location and it’s good to know that the...More
We loved our stay at Edenwood cottage, it’s in a great location with a beautiful view. The cottage was super clean and felt like home from home with its cosy log burner. Kim was very helpful and ensured we had everything we needed. Kim has...More
It was my second time at Edenwood Cottage.
Kim is really a SUPERHOST. Very friendly, crazy about animals, and able to communicate very good. Clean, practical, cosy and beautiful cottage in a stunning environment with a view that is endlessly interesting. Good located. I just...More
We had a most wonderful stay at Edenwood Cottage. Such a peaceful tranquil setting. We felt relaxed the moment we arrived. Kim made us feel so welcome and nothing was to much trouble. A lovely welcome pack for us and the dogs. It's beautifully furnished...More
We loved our stay at Edenwood Cottage, it was beautifully clean and all the little touches like the welcome pack and the throws and dog beds supplied.
The garden was fully enclosed and the dogs loved the big garden. It was hard to get them...More
Just spent a truly relaxing week in this comfortable cottage. Had everything we needed and more. Lovely welcome pack and fresh flowers were a nice touch and much appreciated. Comfortable bed and spotlessly clean. It really is a home from home. Our dog had the...More
We had only a few nights to enjoy this cottage. The view was enough, but combined with the hospitality, comfort, and cleanliness of the entire experience -5 stars hands down. The cottage had everything and more that we needed for our pre Christmas celebration!
We spent 3 nights at this lovely cottage in October 2018. It's in a very quiet location but close to the village of Balfron. Also close to some wonderful drives exploring the area. The owner, Kim was a pleasure to deal with and it was...More
We spent a long weekend in Edenwood Cottage and were absolutely delighted! The cottage has got a small garden and is set in a stunning landscape within easy reach of Loch Lochmond, the Trossachs, Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh. It's very comfortable and cosy, spotlessly clean and well...More
Whether you enjoy walking, hill climbing, cycling, golfing, sailing or even flying there is plenty to keep you busy during your stay.
A fantastic way to appreciate the scenery is via a boat on Loch Lomond - trips can be arranged through any of the following: Sweeney's Cruises, Loch Lomond Leisure and Balmaha Boat Yard.
The list is endless. You could start with the Campsies to get get a different perspective on Edenwood! How about a stroll along part of the West Highland Way or follow some of the trails in the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park ? You can't beat Loch Lomond for stunning views.
If hills are more your thing then Ben Lomond is a must and Ben A'an is an easier option with amazing views.
Road cycling is very popular in the area, and there are...
Whilst you can walk to the village of Balfron in around 20 minutes a car really is essential for exploring all the local area has to offer. The nearest bus stop is in the village.