Duke’s Cottage is located in the beautiful Stirlingshire town of Aberfoyle, a bustling tourist spot in the heart of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, and an excellent base for sightseeing and outdoor pursuits. The surrounding scenery is magnificent, whatever time of year and there are numerous outdoor activities right on your doorstep. There are numerous local walks and quiet cycles accessible directly from the cottage. A perfect location to enjoy bluebells in the spring, long summer evenings, the famous autumn colours of the Trossachs and bracing winter walks followed by a cosy night by the wood burning stove. Shop and pub 200 yards
Ground floor: Dining room/kitchen with laminate floor. 1 double bedroom with en-suite shower room and toilet. First floor: Living room with beams and double sofa bed. Separate toilet.
Woodburner in living room (initial fuel inc). Economy 7 NSH, elec, bed linen and towels inc. T/cot. H/chair. DVD. CD. Elec cooker. M/wave. W/machine. D/washer. F/freezer. Small decked area and furniture.
On road parking. No smoking.
Customer Reviews of Dukes Cottage, Aberfoyle, sleeps 4
1st comment: Beautifully and thoughtfully furnished and decorated cosy cottage - perfect for a romantic and relaxing get away from it all holiday. March 2012.
2nd comment: Very comfortable well laid out accommodation. In a lovely part of Scotland. Sept 2011.
3rd comment: A great location for all the Trossachs area. Aberfoyle is a delightful place with plenty of restaurants and services. Dukes cottage is unique in layout and the cottage has everything you need to enjoy a stay. A memorable holiday for us all. July 2011.
4th comment: We did have a lovely stay at Duke’s Cottage. Very clean, modern and cosy, is the right location for a couple or a small family. A small problem with the TV set was sorted out by owners quick and efficient so we could watch the Royal Wedding in the comfort of our lounge. Overall, a location to come back to some day. April 2011.
5th comment: We loved the cottage, it was in a perfect location, very close to the shops and the pubs of the quiet village and a great location for all the walking and cycling we wanted to do. Although the cottage looked small it was actually very spacious, and very cosy with the woodburner. It was clean, warm, quiet, cosy and everything had been thought of. We were sad to leave. Feb 2011.
6th comment: The property was very cosy and well furnished. Dec 2010.
7th comment: Great location, spotlessly clean and very cosy. Nov 2010.
8th comment: The cottage was very cosy, a home from home and is thoroughly recommended. Sept 2010.
9th comment: Warm, cosy, clean and comfortable. Perfect location. Loved it. Sept 2010.
10th comment: Very well located, well equipped and cosy. June 2010.
11th Comment Fantastic location to enjoy my first holiday in Scotland. Owner was very nice with some good tips on where to go. May 2009.
12th Comment Well kept property with a modern kitchen and bathroom. May 2009.
13th Comment Myself and my partner wanted a quiet week away to relax and enjoy ourselves. The cottage and Aberfoyle met our requirements and we had an excellent time and hope to return in the New Year or next year. July 2008.
14th Comment Ideal location for walking and trekking. Aberfoyle a very friendly and well serviced village. Sept 2008.
15th Comment This cottage was perfect for our winter hideaway holiday - cosy, warm and very comfortable. Nevertheless, it was also great to accommodate our two friends who came for a night and slept on the futon provided. We were extremely pleased with our choice of cottage. Nov 2008.
16th Comment It’s location is perfect for seeing all that Scotland has to offer being near to Stirling and both Glasgow and Edinburgh are reasonably close. It’s only a short drive or walk to the mountains, lochs and the waterfall. The area is very tranquil with lovely people. The Cottage itself was perfect, comfortable, cosy and a very homely feel to it. We didn’t want to leave. The perfect holiday retreat. Nov 2008.
17th Comment Well situated for the centre of Scotland. Feb 2008.
18th Comment Loads of things to do in the area of where Dukes Cottage is. Aug 2007.