Poker Tree, Aberfoyle
Self-Catering Holiday Apartment
ABOUT THE ACCOMMODATION
This bright and spacious apartment is located right in the centre of Aberfoyle, within what was formerly The Baillie Nicol Jarvie Hotel, directly across from the famous Poker Tree.
The apartment is situated on the second floor with lovely views, overlooking the River Forth and toward Ben Lomond and Craigmore. It comprises living room, dining room, fully equipped kitchen, bathroom, king size master bedroom with en,suite and second bedroom with two double beds.
It is the ideal place for a cosy, relaxing break or as a base for exploring the surrounding area as Aberfoyle lies in the heart of the Loch Lomond Trossachs National Park - an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Wifi is available throughout the property
Bedlinen and Towels are provided
Free shared parking available on site
THINGS TO DO
Surrounded by the Queen Elizabeth Forest National Park, there are stunning walks right from the door.
Go Ape is not to be missed if you have a head for heights. Or ever thought about Segway trekking? There's plenty of adventure to be found in the Trossachs!
Whatever you enjoy, whether it's horse riding, photography, fishing, golfing, biking, walking or shopping, this area can offer it all!
Food and Drink
With a fantastic supply of pubs, cafes and restaurants in the village and surrounding area, there's lots of choice when it comes to dining out. SLAINTE!
Stirling Castle, Inhmaholm Priory, Sir Walter Scot Steamer, Wallace Monument and Doune Castle, to name but a few, are all within easy reach. Check seasonal opening times.
Perhaps you just want to kick back, relax and just enjoy your surroundings. If peace and quiet is what you're after, this will fit the bill.
"Hands down the best place we have ever stayed at, planning the next trip already! Jackie was the most thoughtful and attentive host and the place was beautiful! Highly recommend the Poker Tree apartment to anyone looking for a cosy place to stay within a short driving distance to Loch Lomond, Glasgow and even Edinburgh."