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Golf View APARTMENTS
THE TWO GOLF VIEW APARTMENTS OCCUPY A
PURPOSE-BUILT ADDITION TO A LARGE, TWO-STORY, SUBURBAN HOUSE ON A QUIET
RESIDENTIAL STREET, FOUR BLOCKS FROM THE CENTRAL
MAIN SHOPPING STREET IN CALLANDER, CENTRAL SCOTLAND. THE APARTMENTS SURROUNDED BY A LANDSCAPED LAWN AND GARDEN.
THE CLUBHOUSE OF THE 18-HOLE CALLANDER GOLF CLUB IS JUST AN 8-IRON AWAY,
AND THE 18TH HOLE IS WITHIN SIGHT OF THE GOLF VIEW PROPERTY. A 7-MINUTE
DOWNHILL WALK (OR A 2-MINUTE DRIVE) LEADS TO THE MANY SHOPS, PUBS, AND RESTAURANTS
OF CALLANDER. CALLANDER IS THE SOUTHEASTERN GATEWAY TOWN OF SCOTLAND'S
LOCH LOMOND & TROSSACHS NATIONAL PARK, A LANDSCAPE OF GREAT
BEAUTY & HISTORY OFFERING OUTSTANDING OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES & TOURING.
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the golf view apartments
The two Golf View
Apartments are a purpose-built
addition to a large family
home superbly located in a quiet corner of the Central Scotland
market town of
Callander, gateway to
and southeastern entry point to the
Loch Lomond & Trossachs
National Park, and is large enough to offer a wide selection of shops, restaurants,
woolen mills, pubs, and other services.
The apartments' balconies look toward the
18th hole of the
Callander Golf Club, a
challenging, scenic inland course that welcomes visitors.
Two One-Bedroom Apartments
The two Golf View Apartments are virtually identical, except that one is
on the ground floor and one is up a flight of stairs on the upper floor.
Golf View Apartments occupy the ground-floor and the upper floor of an
attractive modern home in a pretty residential section of Callander. Each apartment will
accommodate one couple or a family of 3-4 persons with one double bedroom and two single
convertible beds in the living room. Each apartment also includes one bathroom with
shower en suite, a spacious living room/dining room (with TV), and a fully-equipped
kitchen (oven, range, microwave). Each apartment has private, furnished balcony, its own
private entrance, plus off-street parking. The
apartments are centrally
heated. Laundry facilities are on site.
Open-Plan Dining & Living with Balcony
Open-Plan Living Room &
Spacious, bright, and
airy, with a TV, sofa & love-seat, and access to furnished balcony.
This double bedroom
comes with an en suite bathroom and a garden view.
This double bedroom
also comes with an en suite bathroom and a garden view.
of Golf View Apartments
THE HOSTESS: The owner/hostess resides
in the main part of the
large house. She takes an active interest in her guests. The owners close
proximity provides the comfort of a helping hand whether needed for questions about your
accommodation, or some local event or destination you may find of interest.
Callander, conveniently located for touring, is in the very center of
Scotland. Although much of country is within day-trip reach of
Callander, one needn't travel far to experience the grand scenery of the
Highlands, which begin just northwest of town.
Main Street, Callander,
Central Scotland. Callander may be small by population, but it offers
the shops, pubs, restaurants, and services of a town many times its
size. Callander draws visitors at all times of year who find it an ideal
for touring throughout much of Scotland, and for enjoying outdoor
recreation in the mountains, glens, lochs, and streams of Loch Lomond &
Trossachs National Park. As such, Callander is arguably the principal
visitors center for Central Scotland.
(population 2,500) is an important
regional market town near the geographic center of Scotland. All of
Callander’s services are within
a five-eight minutes walking distance of the Golf View Apartments. Callander has a good selection of
pubs, restaurants, food shops, a launderette, craft shops, woolen goods outlet stores, an outdoor activities center, a
18-hole golf course, and 2 or 3 banks. The important
regional VisitScotland Information Centre tourist bureau anchors the center of town in a building that
also incorporates the
Rob Roy Centre.
This attraction is dedicated to the region’s most famous historical
Roy MacGregor, legendary
Scottish patriot, whose infamous
cattle rustling, inter-clan feuding,
and Highlands hi-jinks made him something of a Celtic Jesse James to the
Crown’s red-coated army of Scottish occupation. Although it’s impossible
to know where legend ends and historical reality begins, the Rob Roy
story adds dimension and color to the already
mystical landscape of
mountains, glens, lochs, heather, and gorse
The Callander Information
Center, regional tourism
bureau for Central Scotland
and the Loch
Trossachs National Park.
The apartments are, of course, ideal
for golfers. Callander's Golf Course —
a challenging, scenic, inland course that
— is just one of its attractions. The town also has its own leisure
center with swimming pool, tennis, gymnasium, squash, and climbing wall.
Outdoors enthusiasts of all kinds will find the Golf View Apartments a
fine vacation base, as not just
fishing, horseback riding,
and white-water kayaking are all available close by Callander. For instance, of
the many fine regional walks in the Central Highlands and its foothills,
one excellent example starts just 300 yards from the Golf View
HOME AT FIRST's
100+ page "Scotland Activities Guide"
provides guests with scores of suggestions of all kinds for activities,
shopping, dining, and, perhaps most importantly, touring throughout
APPROACH TO THE 18TH GREEN
Hit it straight here — a
hook is as bad as a slice on the approach to the 18th green at
a Scottish woolens
shop — one of many
featuring tweeds and tartans.
The Golf View Apartments provide a great base for touring.
Callander's central location makes it possible to explore much of
Scotland in a series of day trips.
Callander is located in the Central Scotland
region called the Trossachs at the southeastern gateway to the
Lomond & the Trossachs National Park
and the Highlands of Central Scotland. The mountains
of the Trossachs
including Ben Ledi the gateway mountain to
are just minutes away by car. Much of the most magnificent scenery of
the Highlands is within reach by car touring from Callander. (See two
sample day trips:
Sail Loch Etive and See
the Devil's Staircase from Glen Coe.)
There’s history, too, with numerous
the closest being
CASTLE just 15 minutes
drive from the apartments, and
just 25 minutes away
and prehistoric sites easily reached
by day trip. For those interested in visiting a distillery, Callander is
within day trip range of 15 or more Scotch
whisky producers, the nearest being a 14-minute drive.
The region’s central location is within day-trip reach of some
Inner Hebrides isles
(Isle of Mull, Iona, even the Isle of Skye), towns and villages along
Scotland's east and west coasts (Oban with its distillery and island
ferries on the Atlantic coast is 70
The rugged landscape of Scotland's
Central Highlands like Glen Coe (pictured
above) invites outdoor activities
golf, cycling, and touring.
miles west; St. Andrews on the North Sea
with its famed
is 70 miles east), as well as the great Scottish cities of
The nearest ScotRail train stations — at
(11 miles) and
Stirling (15½ miles)
— offer fast, frequent rail travel to Edinburgh (50 miles),
Glasgow (40 miles), and Perth (35 miles),
less often to Aberdeen and Inverness, meaning you can visit Scotland's
busy cities without having to drive in city traffic.
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