Corrie Glen: "Cosy B&B to explore the Trossachs" Scotland Hotel Tip by himalia11
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Corrie Glen is located a bit outside of Aberfoyle with lots of meadow arround. It's a 10 minutes walk to Aberfoyle where you'll find pubs & restaurants, a good supermarket and also a well-equipped tourist information.
When we arrived we were offered some tea and shortbread in the conservatory from where we could enjoy the great views. The room wasn't big but still comfortable, with TV and of course tea making facilities. The breakfast was good, there was a menu and you could choose what you want. I found the potato scone very interesting, I didn't know this. But this "lorne sausage" was strange!
The B&B lies perfect to explore the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park – the Dukes Pass just starts in Aberfoyle, Loch Lomond and Loch Katrine (and several other lochs!) are not far away and there are plenty of hiking paths in this region. There were several information about the region in the B&B, including walking maps & recommendations, really helpful!
Address: Manse Road, Aberfoyle (Trossachs)
Price Comparison: about average
Directions: Coming from Stirling or Glasgow, turn left shortly after the junction where the A821 to the Dukes Pass branches off. The B&B is well sign-posted from there. There are parking places in front of the house.
Phone: 01877 382 427
Theme: Bed and Breakfast
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