The Trossachs is an area in Central Scotland straddling the border between the Highlands and Lowlands, interdispersed with several idyllic lochs (Loch Venachar, Loch Achray, Loch Katrine, Loch Lomond to name a few).
The area has inspired writers including Sir Walter Scott, with Loch Katrine being the setting for his novel 'Lady of the Lake'.
The house and it's grounds enjoy a peaceful and secluded environment in a beautiful woodland estate with spectacular views of the surrounding hills and lochs. There are lovely woodland walks within the grounds, direct access to the loch shore and open access to the walking and cycling trails on the estate.
This is a perfect area for those visitors who enjoy the outdoor life who can take advantage of woodland and hill walks, cycle trails, pony treks, golf courses, sailing, fishing, canoeing and stalking facilities.
Alternatively, if you simply wish to relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings then Invertrossachs Country House will be the perfect 'hideaway'.
A variety of local and nearby activities are available catering for all standards of expertise. Both local golf courses and PGA Championship courses are within easy reach from Invertrossachs Country House. You can enjoy a casual walk around the loch or may enjoy the calling of a hill or munro climb. The Sustains National Cycle Route 7 crosses the Invertrossachs Country House land providing immediate access to miles of cycle paths. Local fishing opportunities include loch fishing on Loch Venachar for brown trout, pike and perch as well as river fishing for salmon and sea trout on the River Teith and Forth (permits required). If you prefer a leisurely cruise then a steam boat on Loch Katrine runs in the certain seasons, which is a great way to soak up the local scenery. Loch Venachar offers the opportunity to sail or windsurf, or you can also enjoy the loch in a either a canoe or kayak. Pony trekking is also available locally.
The local town of Callander is just 15 minutes drive away which has plenty of local amenities, shops and a variety of places to eat.
So, in short, plenty to keep you busy, or if you prefer, you can simply relax and enjoy the local surroundings of the Invertrossachs Estate and the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.