Luxury Self Catering Accommodation
In The Heart Of Scotland
|At West Drip Farm, near Stirling, you are assured of a personal and friendly welcome from Eleanor Graham and family.
Hawthorn Cottage was purpose built in 2001 to the highest possible standard, offering all the facilities and comforts required to make your stay as enjoyable as possible .
|Hawthorn Cottage is located on its own site at West Drip Farm, situated on the Carse of Stirling. It enjoys panoramic views over farmland towards the Wallace Monument, Ochil and Gargunnock Hills, and beyond. West Drip is a family run arable farm. In the spring you are surrounded by daffodils. In the summer months Highland Ponies are kept in the field next to your garden, and in the winter, we have sheep in our fields and cattle in the shed.|
|Hawthorn Cottage is a lovely detatched cottage, which sleeps up to 6 people plus baby. It has ample parking space, and a private garden with a children's swing. The cottage is wheelchair friendly with a ramp at the front door and all accommodation on the same level. Inside there is a large open plan fitted kitchen, dining and living area with french doors, which open onto a garden patio with furniture. There are 3 bedrooms, one double with an en-suite shower room and 2 twin rooms. The main bathroom is suitable for disabled use.|
|West Drip Farm is situated 3 miles north of Stirling and 1 mile from the main north/south motorway (M9 Jnt.10). Blairdrummond Safari Park is just up the road as is the road to the Trossachs where you can enjoy some of Scotland's most beautiful lochs and mountains. We are 40 minutes drive from Scotland's capital city Edinburgh and its largest city Glasgow.|
|Stirling is our nearest town and offers a wide range of things to see and do for all the family. Historical places of interest are Stirling Castle, National Wallace Monument, Old Town Jail and Bannockburn Heritage Centre to name a few.
Stirling also offers a wide range of sport and leisure persuits. Some of the many sporting activities include golf, ice skating, swimming, fishing, hill walking, rugby and football. We have the Smith Museum, MacRobert Arts Centre and thoughout the year there are festivals, agricultual shows and local Highland Games.
Stirling also has a good selection of pubs, restuarants, fast food outlets and supermarkets.
If shopping is your thing Stirling has a wide range of shops in it's two modern centres and main streets. There is also a monthly farmers market.
I am sure whatever your choice of holiday agenda we have something to offer.