COME AND STAY AT BONNIE BRAES
Daniel and Trudi would
like to welcome you to our converted barn,
originally built in 1825, and made into our home in
Our rooms are large,
bright and airy and our beds are very comfortable so
you will enjoy a good night's sleep.
Relax in one of our resident's lounges with
wonderful views that stretch uninterrupted for
miles. Our lounges have wood burning stoves for
the winter evenings.
We have outstanding
views over open countryside from Stirling Castle in
the east to Ben Lomond in the west and we are located
in one of Scotland's most scenic areas, known as The Trossachs, which is part of Scotland's first
Being situated just 10
minutes drive from Callander, 15 minutes from
Stirling, 40 minutes
from Glasgow, 45 minutes from Edinburgh and 50
minutes from Perth, our location
is very central for days out.
Bonnie Braes stands two miles west of the village
of Thornhill, which has celebrated its 300th
anniversary and is located in a popular area for tourists from all over the
world. We have plenty of private parking and a
number of excellent establishments nearby for
dining. Many of our guests take their evening
meals in one of the hotels or restaurants in
Thornhill, Callander or Stirling.
Here are some
comments from our visitor's book from guests who
have stayed with us:
very much. We enjoyed your lovely house, room,
breakfast and warm welcome."
Mark Cristal and Natasja Corde from the
comfortable and very welcoming. Enjoyed our
and Mrs Watson from County Durham
was perfect. Thank you very much."
Simone, Roxana, Scarlet and Dawn from Germany
You are so pleasant and helpful. Room was large,
great bed, great shower, quiet place."
Peta and Will Smolinda from Canada
lovely place. Fabulous views, great hospitality
and a very good breakfast."
Joanne Bowden from Canada
For more information on
things to do and places to see in the Stirling area,
please click on the links below
There are plenty of
things to do and see in the area surrounding Bonnie
Braes - golf, horse riding, bicycle hire, walking
and fishing to name just a few. A visit to
Blairdrummond Safari Park is just a few miles
away while Stirling has many historical locations
such as the
Wallace Monument and
Stirling Castle as well as the
Thistles Shopping Centre which has many of the
UK's top retailers. A trip on the steam ship Sir
Walter Scott on beautiful
Loch Katrine should not be missed while, further
afield, Scotland's largest cities,
Edinburgh, offer a vast array of visitor