Log Cabin Accommodation in Strathyre,
An Carraig cabin, situated deep in
the Heart of Scenic Loch Lomond and Trossachs National
Park, Perthshire, Scotland, in the delightful village
of Strathyre, just 9 miles north of Callander.
A quaint self catering accommodation
well placed for access to the highlands providing a
perfect location for enjoying the wealth of outdoor
pursuits in the area.
Being only a short walk to the local village
shop and the Inn & Bistro, why not park the car and enjoy
a relaxing time along balvaig river or if your choice is more
active then take off up into the picturesque views of the
Walking or Cycling
Breathtaking lochs and glens,
eye catching munro's,
ideal for walkers and cyclists alike.
The Callander to Strathyre Cycleway
is a nine mile scenic route (National Cycle Route 7)
following the old Caledonian Railway line along the
western side of Loch Lubnaig, following Callander to
Strathyre (passing the waterfalls at the Pass of Leny),
Balquhidder (where Rob Roy is buried) and Lochearnhead,
continuing on to Killin and Crianlarich, the off road
cycle tracks are perfect for the safety of all walkers
& cyclists away from the busy main roads giving
time for you to really enjoy the spectacular countryside
information on hiking trails visit :
Roy Way - 79/92 miles (127/148 km) dependent on route choicee
hire is available locally from these locations
Scottish cycle hire (Mounter Bikes) Callander
situated in the town square to the right-hand side
of the Tourist Information Centre at the Rob-Roy
Invertrossachs Road, Callander - located 1 mile
out of Callander north towards Loch Lubnaig.
A wide variety
of water sports is available
on and around the lochs in the trossachs.
Water Sports for all you adrenaline charged people
that like more than human power on the water.
Katrine Steamship, Sir Walter Scott - Let the
captain take charge and relax on Loch Katrine and
enjoy the stunning scenery.
is available locally in many of the rivers and lochs
from salmon and sea trout to brown trout. Permits
are available from local stores.
As a major part
of the Scottish lifestyle, there will always be a place
to enjoy a round of golf. Strathyre is no exception,
with a multitude of 9 and 18 hole courses available
across the national park and beyond.